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Keeping You and Your Family Safe- Spring Severe Weather Resources

Oklahoma weather can be dangerous and can quickly turn deadly. To keep you and those you love safe, we've put together the following resources from our friends at News on 6 and News 9.

Tornado Safety Tips RFD Travis Meyer Sean Voskuhl 4.20.2017

News on 6 Chief Meteorologist Travis Meyer and AARP OK State Director Sean Voskuhl talk Tornado Safety Tips.

NO6 Weather Studio Travis Meyer Sean Voskuhl RFD 4.20.2017WEATHER STUDIO

Take a look inside the News on 6 weather studio with Chief Meteorologist Travis Meyer.

Safe Room RFD 4.202.2017

News on 6 Chief Meteorologist Travis Meyer tells AARP OK State Director Sean Voskuhl why he thinks safe rooms are key.


RFD Travis Meyer Sean Voskuhl Weather Safety 4.20.2017

Knowing how to be prepared and weather aware is key in Oklahoma.

Tools to Keep You Safe:

Tornado Safety Tips

Weather Safety Kit




Fujita Scale

Weather Glossary




A dditional Resources:

Tulsa Ready App- Free app for Google and Apple devices. The Tulsa Area Emergency Management Agency calls it a "one-stop shop when it comes to local disaster communication". reports that the app allows you to link your family members who have the app to let them know you're safe during a severe weather event. Following a disaster, the app will communicate where to find shelter and food resources. You can download the free app at the Google store or the Apple store.

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