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Advance Warning on Possible Kansas Storms Means Time to Prepare is Now

(Image credit: National Weather Service Topeka Office)

National Weather Service forecasters are working hard to make sure everyone in central and northeastern Kansas is informed about the possibility of severe weather tomorrow (TUE). Jillian Rodrigue (ROAD-rigg), assistant director of the Douglas County Department of Emergency Management, says the advance warning means that you'll have a little extra time to think about severe weather planning: 


For tips on tornado safety, visit the National Weather Service, the Storm Prediction Center and Ready.gov

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Friends, Neighbors Can Work Together for Weather Safety Planning

National Weather Service forecasters say there's a strong likelihood of severe weather tomorrow (TUE) throughout central and eastern Kansas. Developments in weather forecasting are giving people a lot more time to make arrangements for what to do if there's a tornado in their area. We asked Jillian Rodrigue (ROAD-rigg), assistant director of the Douglas County Department of Emergency Management, what she'd do with the advance warning today (MON) and tomorrow (TUE) morning if she didn't have a place to go when severe weather strikes. 


For tips on tornado safety, visit webpages at the National Weather Service, the Storm Prediction Center and Ready.gov

 

Jillian Rodrigue on weather safety planning:

Jillian Rodrigue on making weather preparations:

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