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Be Prepared: What to Do in the Event of a Tornado Warning

2/2/2022 (Permalink)

Tornado warnings are not something to take lightly. In the event of a Tornado warning, you should be vigilant, prepared, and quick. These are some tips and some things you should watch out for in the event of a Tornado warning. 

Keep an eye on weather alerts

In the case of a Tornado warning, you should always be keeping up to date on what the weather channels and radars are saying and showing. In the event of a warning, this means that a Tornado has been spotted near your area, which means you should always be watching the news live, or keeping up with what’s happening on a mobile phone or device. 

Go to the safest spot in your home or the place in which you are residing

The safest place for Tornadoes is the lowest part of your home. In many cases, this is the basement, but, if you do not have a basement, a small room with no windows, a bathroom, or closet will be your safest bet, the lowest floor of your home, or the place you are in is the best option. 

Have a safety kit ready.

The safety kid should be ready and easily accessible, the kit should have a flashlight, water, food, and other necessities for survival, or extreme situations.

Remove or secure outdoor furniture

If these items or furniture pieces are not secured, they can act as weapons that may hurt you and your loved ones. If you know of a possible chance of high winds, secure the furniture, or store it in your garage or a safe place to be extra cautious.

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