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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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Will the New Year bring tornado havoc or safety?

Make 2016 your year to realize personal safety when severe weather hits in Texas and Southern Oklahoma (and it always comes).

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Texas tornadoes do happen at night, and during every month of the year

Tornadoes can and DO happen at night, in daylight, in North Texas, in Southern Oklahoma, and in all twelve months:

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Happy Holiday hours from American Tornado Master

Find a great gift idea and holiday hours here:

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Get your 2016 calendar set now – need an idea?

Mark your 2016 calendar now to get set for safety!

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While you were sleeping in DFW

If severe weather hits overnight, do you have truly safe place to go? • Thanksgiving hours:

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