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Derechos, Straight-line Winds,Tornadoes—Oh, My

Derecho? Know your severe weather terms and when to find your safe room in North Texas, Southern Oklahoma:

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Live Science Lists the #1 Weather Threat

Live Science lists the #1 weather threat. We provide a safe solution:

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The worst and best places to seek tornado shelter

The worst and best places to remain safe during a tornado:

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Answers to the Tornado Crossword Puzzle!

Answers to the tornado safe room crossword puzzle:

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No Need to be Puzzled by a Tornado Approaching. Still, Try This Crossword!

Don't be puzzled when a tornado looms. Find your severe weather shelter safe room here. (And makings for a fun crossword):

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How to Get Your Safe Room

Be prepared for a severe weather event with your safe room from American Tornado Master:

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Spring is When Many Think of Tornado Season. And You? Where Do You Stay Safe?

Spring into action with having your tested, proven safe spot from a nasty event:

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Red is Sweet for Valentine's Day But Not on NOAA's Texas Tornado Map

NOAA's tornado map leaves North Texas and Southern Oklahoma in the red:

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Tornado Spotted Already in 2018 in North Texas

Tornado spotted nearby this January 2018:

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Swirling Wind, Funnel Clouds, Tornadoes—Find Your Safe Room Here

Gift a loved one (and yourself) with a safe room in 2018. Happy Holiday hours from American Tornado Master:

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