MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Forecasters at the National Weather
Service say Alabamians should review their safety plans for severe weather in preparation for the spring tornado season that runs from March through May.
Gov. Bob Riley has proclaimed the week ahead as Severe Weather Awareness Week.
Alabamians are urged to purchase a weather radio that will issue
an alarm when severe weather threatens.
Meteorologists say each day will be used to focus education on
various aspect of severe weather.
Monday's subject severe thunderstorms awareness and Tuesday's focus will be on the dangers of lightning.
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