Severe Weather Awareness Week Wednesday
OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) - The National Weather Service along with Nebraska Emergency Management and the Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Division declared this week severe weather awareness week.
Meteorologists at KMTV are working to make sure you know about the severe weather that could be coming your way this season in an effort to keep you prepared and safe.
Wednesday's topic is tornadoes. They are considered one of most feared weather threats. Here are some great tips and information courtesy of the National Weather Service...
Tune into KMTV Action 3 News today to learn more about tornadoes.
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