Severe weather preparedness week
This week is Severe Weather Preparedness Week nationwide, and Tuesday is about staying safe if a tornado hits.
Tornado drill at Hamilton Southeastern HS
Students practice tornado drill at Hamilton Southeastern High School
There are two statewide tornado drills Tuesday -- one was at 10:15 a.m., and the other will be at 7:35 p.m.
Use this opportunity to go over your tornado safety plan with your family.
A basement or interior room is the best spot to be if a tornado hits. Make sure you stay away from windows.
Here are some tornado safety tips. This week is Severe Weather Preparedness Week for Indiana. @rtv6 pic.twitter.com/wJIkd1RY6X— Todd Klaassen (@ToddKlaassen) March 22, 2016
Here are some tornado safety tips. This week is Severe Weather Preparedness Week for Indiana. @rtv6 pic.twitter.com/wJIkd1RY6X
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