Tuesday, June 20, 2023 by Olivia Cook
Tornadoes are widely considered as the nature’s most violent storms – carrying winds up to 300 miles per hour that can level buildings and carry cars 80 feet or more through the air. They are also often accompanied by flash floods, hail, heavy rains and lightning.
The following locations should be your absolute last resort during a tornado, as they all have the potential to be severely damaged by high winds:
Most tornadoes are accompanied by thunderstorms, hail and high winds, but there are other things to look out for as well:
A tornado watch means that there is a threat of tornadoes within your area and that you should keep an eye on the news. A tornado warning is much more serious and means that a sign of rotation has been detected.
If you live in a high-risk area and tornadoes are a regular part of your local weather, buying or building a shelter is well worth the cost. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has produced a guide to building a shelter yourself as well.
Visit Preparedness.news for more survival tips.
Watch this video to learn how to survive a tornado – and how to recognize it.
This video is from the Daily Videos channel on Brighteon.com.
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