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Published: Monday, March 19, 2018 @ 11:11 AM
By: Breaking News Staff, Meteorologist Kirstie Zontini
— Severe weather season is here. We saw our first tornados of the season April 3, 2018, in Greene and Clark counties.
Spring coincides with the increased risk for severe weather and that means it’s time to plan how to keep your family, and yourself safe.
The WHIO Stormcenter 7 team of Meteorologists are expecting more thunderstorms Saturday. Latest forecast here.
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“Many people know where their safe place is at home, but its easily overlooked while out in a public facility, or outdoors,” said Meteorologist Zontini.
She noted the tornado that hit the Greene shopping center in Beavercreek in May 2015. It’s a prime example of how important it is to be prepared.
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>>PHOTO GALLERY: Beavercreek tornado damage, May 2015
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