Mar 7, 2022
Kansas experiences a wide variety of summertime severe weather events, including tornadoes, damaging winds, large hail, lightning and flash flooding. Assistant meteorologist for the Kansas State University Weather Data Library and manager of Mesonet, a network of environmental monitoring stations across the state, Chip Redmond, says we need to prepare for all types of severe weather – and know what to do if we’re at home, outdoors or in a vehicle.
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