The statewide test of tornado sirens did not happen in Muskingum County and some other areas Wednesdasy. Emergency Management Agency Director Bo Keck says the test in Muskingum and Perry Counties was cancelled due to weather concerns and will be rescheduled for next week. Keck says if the sky appears threatening tests of the tornado sirens are always cancelled. Other parts of the state did conduct the drill. Keck says local tornado sirens will now be tested at 12 noon on Wednesday March 30th. One other note: The Licking County Emergency Management Agency has called off its skywarn training seminar for tonight. It has not yet been rescheduled.