Check out these tips to heed before, during, and after the storm.
There are several ways you can stay informed when it comes to severe weather.
- Heartland StormTeam weather page
- Watch live streaming video during newscasts and when we are in wall-to-wall coverage on www.kfvs12.com. The streaming link is compatible with Android and iOS devices.
- Digital Doppler live video
- Interactive Radar
- Radar Images
- Sign up for severe weather text alerts
- Download the Heartland StormTeam weather app by searching "KFVS" in your app store for Android and iOS devices.
- Follow the Heartland StormTeam on Twitter @kfvsweather.
- 'Like' the KFVS Weather Alerts page on Facebook.
- Send storm pictures and video to email@example.com or upload them to www.kfvs12.com/cnews
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Take care and stay safe tonight!