May 1, 2018
Whether it’s lightning, thunderstorms, flash floods or tornadoes, Kansas sees its share of severe weather during the spring and summer. Unfortunately, not everyone knows what to do when watches and warnings are issued because they haven’t taken the time to develop a plan. Although there hasn’t been much severe weather to this point, Kansas State University climatologist Mary Knapp (nap) says it’s just a matter of time.
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