Be prepared for severe weather

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 KSHB.com/alerts

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.

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