Tornado Season is Cranking Up: Are You Ready??

The longer range meteorological forecast data indicates that the potential for tornadoes, severe thunderstorms (large hail and damaging thunderstorm winds) and flash floods will increase from this weekend through at least the end of the month.

That does not mean these storms will occur every day. Plus, beyond about five days, we can't pin down locations. This "heads up" is simply to point out that our exceptionally mild 2018 tornado season to-date is going to quickly come to an end and it is time to prepare in earnest for tornado and severe storm season.

I wish to recommend my short, easy-to-read book that will help you prepare for these violent storms.
When the Sirens Were Silent provides tornado safety rules for school, work and for home. It tells the story of the 2011 Joplin Tornado. One-hundred sixty-one were killed because the warning system failed to properly perform that horrible Sunday. Sirens tells you what went wrong and how to avoid those issues going  forward. All of this is packed into a compelling 65 pages.

Here is the Washington Post's review:

Because I want everyone to read this book, it is only $2.99 as an ebook. It can be read on your Kindle,
Nook, or on your computer with Amazon's free Kindle Cloud Reader.
The time to get this life-saving information is now, not when a dangerous storm is bearing down on you. 


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