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Some things to consider:
1) The Moore, OK tornado was an F5. This is equivalent to the largest Hurricane, or the largest earthquake hitting your city -- what kind of devastation would happen to your city with the largest Hurricane or the largest earthquake? We only suffered 30 square miles of damage, which is a v...more
It USUALLY happens in the middle of the night. We have tornado sirens, NOAA alert radios, and the storm itself to wake us up in the middle of the night.
There is a rather large misconception that you never know when a tornado is going to hit. In many cases, the news tells us of TORNADO POTENTIAL several days in a...more
See my below response on this subject. You should NEVER get in your car to hide from a tornado.
Whoever wrote the article was not thinking clearly and provided very poor information.
Posted from Moore, OK.
"If you're outside, try to get into a vehicle and put on a seat belt. If you can't drive to a , at least stay away from overpasses and bridges, and stay in the car with your head down and covered."
WRONG, WRONG, WRONG!
NEVER stay in your car during a tornado! You are better off in a low lying area (like a ditc...more
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