TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is holding a Twitter chat on severe weather preparedness. The agency plans the live chat at 3 p.m. today (THUR) to answer questions about severe weather and how to prepare for storms. It also plans to talk about what to do if severe weather strikes. KDHE Secretary Robert Moser says the agency wants to make sure Kansans are well-informed, and the Twitter chat is just one of the mediums available. Kansans can ask questions by logging onto www.twitter.com and following @KDHE and using the hashtag #ksstorms.