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What you should know but rarely hear about tornadoes

The 4th of July fireworks can't compare with explosive tornadoes. Stories continue. Holiday hours:

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Everything is bigger in Texas (and Oklahoma). Seems even the tornadoes.

Everything is bigger in Texas (that includes severe weather threats and tornadoes). How to stay safe:

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Tornadoes are on the famed Chapman University study of America's Top Fears; severe weather threatens now in North Texas, Southern Oklahoma

Chapman University survey of American fears lists tornadoes as a top fear. Where will you stay safe?

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We are in tornado alley! Storm warnings today and tomorrow.

Solutions for our tornado alley storm warnings for today and tomorrow in North Texas and Southern Oklahoma:

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Best time to install your severe weather shelter is...

Best time of year to install your severe weather shelter:

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Storm warnings in North Texas and Southern Oklahoma!

Severe weather keeps coming in 2016 – and will every month of the year

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Take charge of enhanced weather risk – Plan your safe escape from tornadoes

Today's weather calls for "enhanced risk." Find safety from severe weather in your safe future. See Keller tornado:

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Watch below-ground concrete and above-ground steel storm shelter installations:

Watch installations of below and above-ground tornado shelters from American Tornado Master:

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Spring into your severe weather shelter plans before tornado season arrives

The traditional tornado season is almost upon us. What you need to know:

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American Tornado Master shelter survives Dec. 2015 tornado!

See photos of a severe weather shelter that totally withstood a Dec. 2015 tornado in Waxahachie, Texas:

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