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Tomorrow is the last day of Severe Weather Preparedness Week, but that doesn’t mean that we should put severe weather planning and education on the back burner because the really scary thing about severe weather is that it is unpredictable.
The only thing we can control about severe weather is our level of education and preparedness.
Here’s what do to during a tornado warning, depending on where you are:
In our area, we need to be prepared for:
Right now, our risk is greatest for severe thunderstorms and tornadoes. Knowing the difference between a watch and a warning and understanding what to do when a watch or a warning is issued the most important thing you can do to prepare.
Watch this video to learn more about tornado safety:
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