Severe Weather Awareness Week is in full gear, and one big message is sounding clear. Have a plan!
This week is severe weather preparedness week and the main message being promoted is to have a plan in place.
File image of a tornado siren
Tornado image taken March 2, 2012 in Crittenden, Ky.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - This week is severe weather preparedness week and the main message being promoted is to have a plan in place.
Already this year, there have been tornadoes in Kansas and Missouri.
Last month, a twister touched down in Harveyville, Kan., damaging 40 percent of the town.
The 41 Action News weather team says that should serve as a reminder.
We suggest either get a weather radio or sign up for severe weather text alerts at
Secondly, have everyone in your house ready for anything.
The tornado sirens in both Kansas and Missouri will sound Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. as part of a drill.
Weather radios will also sound.