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Be Prepared for Severe Weather, iAlert.com Can Help

Tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, flash floods, and other severe weather events can happen anywhere and at any time. iAlert.com helps individuals and companies protect life and property.? Learn more at iAlert.com

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2015 Severe Thunderstorm Wind, Hail, and Tornado Reports for United States

All severe thunderstorm wind, hail, and tornado events reported by National Weather Service forecast offices in 2015: Hail Total 9,376 Less than 2 inches: 8,669 Greater than 2 inches: 707 Severe Thunderstorm Wind Total: 13,974 Less than 75 mph (65 kts): ?13,114 Greater … Read More…

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Severe weather develops quickly, how will you know it’s coming?

Tornadoes and Severe Thunderstorms develops quickly and every second counts to seek shelter.  Sign-up for email and text alerts before the storm.  Learn more at http://iAlert.com or review all iAlert weather alert services at http://iAlert.com/services Related Links: iAlert.com Services iAlert.com Group Account Manager – … Read More…

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3 Day Severe Weather Risk Issued May 7, 2015

Thursday May 7, 2015 Isolated to scattered severe storms are possible from the upper Mississippi Valley to the Southern Great Plains, mainly in the afternoon and evening Friday May 8, 2015 Severe thunderstorms will be possible Friday across portions of the Central and … Read More…

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Understanding National Weather Service “Severe Weather Outlook”

Example Outlook Below Severe weather outlooks, also commonly referred to as convective outlooks, are issued daily by the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center in both text and graphic form.  iAlert hosts the severe weather outlook graphics which you can access by clicking … Read More…

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What is a Supercell?

A Supercell is a severe thunderstorm with a deep, persistently rotating updraft (a mesocyclone). Supercell thunderstorms are the largest, most severe class of thunderstorms. It has been argued that there are really only two types of thunderstorms: supercell and ordinary, though some have … Read More…

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Tornado Safety

Tornado safety isn’t just about preparing before a tornado hits, it’s about knowing what to do during and after.  This article will help you prepare for before, during, and after a tornado event. Before a Tornado Make sure all family members know the … Read More…

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Severe Weather Preparedness

Tornadoes, floods, thunderstorm winds, hail, lightning, heat, wildfires, rip currents and tsunamis – spring is three months of danger that can imperil the unprepared. It roars in like a lion and continues to roar across the United States throughout March, April and May. … Read More…

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Tornado Myths

When it comes to tornado safety, there are a lot of myths out there. These myths are more than just incorrect – these popular misconceptions can lead people into danger. Learn the truth about tornadoes and what you can do to stay safe. … Read More…

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