This week is the second annual National Severe Weather Preparedness Week across the United States. The Federal Emergency Management Agency, in conjunction with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are providing info to the public about the dangers of severe weather and below are some facts and fictions about tornadoes you may not know.
You've all heard that strange sound on the radio or seen the scrawl on the TV. A severe something or other is nearby. Many of you don't know the difference between a severe weather watch and a warning. Find out the difference below.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency, in conjunction with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, has launched its second annual National Severe Weather Preparedness Week this week. The intention of the week focuses
Strong thunderstorms blew through Shreveport Bossier at about 12:30am Thursday morning moving East across Northeast Texas and Northwest Louisiana with strong wind gusts reaching 35mph. At 3:00am Swepco
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