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Think ahead. Have a plan at home. Predetermine the place to go so you can react in seconds. Also predetermine a place to meet after a disaster. Spend time thinking about where you would go at work, in an automobile, in a public place, or outdoors.
If thunder roars, go indoors. If you can hear it, you are close enough to be in danger from lightning and high winds. If a warning is issued, get in a building or a vehicle with the windows closed. Avoid electrical equipment and telephones.
Identify storm cells in 3-D radar data and track their strengths and paths. You can zoom in to see your neighborhood and check if you are in the path. We proudly feature Titan Storm Tracking radar technology on our weather page.
When you’re busy, you may not be aware of the general alerts, so have them personally sent to you on your mobile device. We are also proud to offer text alerts.