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originally posted by: gluetrap
We are in central Oklahoma and after the awful spring we had last year, I'm feeling a little anxious about this weekend. We cleaned out the storm shelter, packed our tub of first aid supplies with a change of clothes for everyone, leashes, car chargers and a little bit of cash. Tomorrow that will go in the shelter along with some bottled water and a bucket.
My husband thinks I'm a little crazy for buying a cat carrier for the chickens, but there are only 3 of the little banties.....why not at least try if there is time!
originally posted by: sdcigarpig
And this means what? The map shown is a map of what is called Tornado Alley. The season normally starts about Feb, and runs until November. Living in this area, tends to have a bit more of a risk of Tornados that will hit the area, so those who live in this area, tend to take a bit more precaution and keep an eye out on the storms in the area.
Dallas, Oklahoma City Brace for the Worst Tornado Potential of Season Yetext
A multiple-day outbreak of severe thunderstorms, including tornadoes, is set to begin Saturday night. The outbreak is likely to be the worst of the season so far and may end up being one of the top severe weather events for the season.
People will need to keep a close eye on the weather, watch for rapidly changing weather conditions and pay careful attention to severe weather and tornado warnings as they are issued.