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For complete weather information in the Lawrence County area I recommend the NOAA Weather Radio station WWG72 at Georgia IN. The station broadcasts 24/7 at 162.500 MHz. Also useful is the Louisville KY NOAA station KIH43 broadcasting at 162.475 MHz, and Bloomington's WXM78 at 162.450 MHz. With a small weather alert radio that monitors the Specific Area Message Encoding "S.A.M.E." system. You will hear emergency messages for your local area only. NWR is an "All Hazards" radio network, making it your single source for comprehensive weather and emergency information. NWR also broadcasts warning and post-event information for all types of hazards – including natural, environmental, and public safety. Click the link above to visit the NWS website and learn more about National Weather Radio and S.A.M.E. technology.
TORNADO & OTHER WATCHES Conditions are suitable for the formation of tornadoes and other severe weather. Keep up with the latest developments using a weather radio or local radio and TV stations. Be prepared to take cover if threatning weather is spotted.
TORNADO & OTHER WARNINGS A tornado or severe weather warning is issued when a tornado or severe weather has been spotted. Your weather radio and local radio and TV stations can keep you updated about the path of the storm. If severe weather (tornado) is spotted in your area, take cover immediately!
When a tornado is approaching, immediate action can save your life. Stay away from windows, doors and outside walls. Protect your face and head.
Mobile homes are particulary vulnerable to tornados. Do not stay in your mobile home - go to a substantial building. If your park (or area) does not have a community shelter, find a safe place to take cover such as a ditch or ravine.
People in schools, factories, and shopping centers should move to the designated shelter areas. Interior hallways on the lowest level are safest. Stay away from large glass windows. If handy, take cover under a strong counter. Stay away from parked cars.
In homes and small buildings, go to the basement or an interior part of the lowest level - closets, bathrooms, or hallways. Get under something sturdy. Do not get into elevators.
If you are in a high-rise building, and there isn't time to get to the basement, go to a small, interior room or hallway - preferably on a lower level.
When you are out in the open, take cover in a ditch, ravine, or culvert. If there is no time to escape, lie flat on the ground.
Do not stay in your car. A parked car can be a dangerous place. Violent winds can tumble a car over, crushing it and it's occupants. If you're driving, try to avoid the tornado by driving at right angles to the path of the storm, or stop and take shelter in a ditch or culvert.