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By Ken Jorgustin
Severe weather could happen at any time, anywhere.
In a weather emergency, being prepared to act quickly could be a matter of survival. This is especially true during the threat of severe weather.
The deadliest and most destructive tornado of 2013, an EF-5 on May 20 in Moore, Oklahoma with wind speeds of 210 mph killed 24 people, injured 377, and caused more than $2 billion in property damage. Even though severe weather was anticipated days in advance, many in the impacted areas did not have a plan and were caught unprepared.
Spring tends to produce more tornadoes. They’re also not uncommon in fall. During November 2013, a late season tornado outbreak that struck seven Midwestern states became the most active tornado day of 2013 with a total of 74 tornadoes.
Here’s what you can do to prepare for severe weather:
KNOW YOUR RISKS
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