The best way to survive a tornado is to have a well thought-out plan, prepare ahead of time, and make sure everyone knows exactly what to do. The effort is well worth it, because some things just can’t be replaced.
You buy car insurance to protect yourself in the event of an accident. In the same way, a storm shelter is your insurance policy in the event of a tornado. Hopefully you’ll never need it. But, when the unthinkable happens, nothing else will protect you as well.
When’s the last time you checked out the weather in California? It’s no surprise that there’s been a problem with wildfire’s there lately. In fact, some experts believe the state is becoming unlivable.
When a storm hits your power may be out for hours or even days. Even a standard storm can cause enough damage to put you in the darkness for a long time. Tornadoes have the potential to knock things out for over a week, which is why a tornado kit is a must-have.
You’ve spent the last few hours at work just as you have most days for the last several years. You’re about to file another report when you hear sirens off in the distance. The lights begin to flicker and you look out the window to see a large tornado coming your way. What do you do?