Summer Weather Warnings for Oklahoma

Posted by on Jun 10, 2014 in Insurance, Oklahoma | 0 comments

Well the weather is finally warming up which means it’s tornado season for Oklahoma again.  It’s time to keep an eye on the weather forecast. Do you know the difference between a watch and a warning?

  • A watch – when you hear of a severe thunderstorm, flash flood or tornado watch it means that conditions are right for dangerous weather to develop. These conditions can occur just about anytime of the year but are usually more likely from March to August. Weather forecasters start forecasting warnings a day ahead of storms to keep people alert to potential problems.
  • A warning means that there is a dangerous thunderstorm, flash floods or a tornado occurring in your area and you should take appropriate immediate action.

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