Getting Ready for Severe Weather

June 6, 2013

The first step to preparing for severe weather is to understand the lingo. What is the difference between watches and warnings? What is the difference between an EF2 and EF3 tornado? Find out the answers to these questions and more.

Here are two posts for helping you understand the terminology used by the National Weather Service and your local meteorologists.

Know Your Weather Part 1: Thunderstorms and Tornadoes

Know Your Weather Part 2: Tropical Storms and Hurricanes

Be sure to purchase a weather radio for your home. Place it in a location where it can easily be heard. If you already have one, be sure to put in fresh back-up batteries in the event the power goes out.

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Disclaimer: Practips provides this for informational purposes only, and cannot be substituted for the advice of the National Weather Service or your local authorities should severe weather occur in your area.

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