Stay alert for severe weather

Spring brings with it not only warm sunshine and green grass but also the threat of severe weather. If you are not already acquainted with the tornado shelter in the building where you work, please take a moment to contact your administrator or supervisor to locate it.

In the event of severe weather, you may be notified by city siren, NOAH weather radio, or your building’s administrator/supervisor depending on the situation. Take immediate cover in the nearest suggested tornado shelters until the “all clear” has been given.

Also, if you haven’t taken time recently to review the AEA 267 Emergency Procedures located on the staff website (login: aeastaff/password: aea267ia), please do so. If you are aware of any updates that should be made, please contact Jan Alger.

A Tornado Watch means conditions are favorable for a tornado to form.
A Tornado Warning means a tornado has been sighted in the area. We will alert staff in the building only when a Warning has been issued.


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