Weather Tips

Tornadoes are a violent storms with winds usually exceeding 100 miles per hour and can devastate an entire neighborhood or town in seconds. Read more about warnings, watches and when and where to take shelter.

Lightning kills more people than tornadoes. According to the National Weather Service/NOAA, lightening kills an average of 49 people in the U.S. each year, with hundreds more being severely injured. Read more about being safe during a thunderstorm.

Extreme heat can be very dangerous, especially with children and elderly. As the summer heat soars, be prepared. Discover more information about protection during extreme heat days.