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Understanding the difference between a TORNADO WARNING and TORNADO WATCH

5/12/2020 (Permalink)

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Tornadoes can happen any time of the year. Timing of the system can change but nighttime tornadoes are always more dangerous and require additional planning. The difference between a tornado watch and a tornado warning means the difference between taking action or taking precautions. 

Know your severe weather terminology.

During a TORNADO WATCH you want to be prepared because a tornado is possible. Which means that conditions are favorable for a tornado to occur. 

1. Check for forecast updates.

2. Monitor sky conditions.

3. Know where to take shelter.

During a TORNADO WARNING take action because a tornado is imminent! A warning means that a tornado has been seen or picked up by radar. A warning requires you to take shelter and brace for a potential tornado.

1. Take shelter immediately.

2. Seek further information.

3. Check for forecast updates. 

If you have any questions or have been a victim of a tornado and need our assistance WE ARE HERE TO HELP. Call SERVPRO of Albany and Americus today at 229-439-2048!

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