Mar 2, 2020
Spring arrives March 19th, and with it comes an increased risk for severe weather, including thunderstorms, lightning, flash floods and tornadoes. In addition to causing widespread damage, these severe weather events can result in fatalities. Kansas State University climatologist Mary Knapp (nap) says the best protection is to have a severe weather plan, practice that plan, and immediately put it into action when a watch or warning is issued for our area.
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