NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Are you and your family prepared for severe weather? Feb. 26 through March 4 is Severe Weather and Flood Preparedness Week in Tennessee and News 2 wants to make sure you know how to keep your family safe.
On Thursday, News 2 covered a wide range of topics, including keeping your family safe at home, how to create a severe weather plan, and how schools keep your children safe.
Stories included in News 2 StormTracker: Family Safety Day:
- How to handle severe weather if caught by surprise while shopping
- What items should you have in your severe weather kit?
- Bridgestone Arena serves as shelter during severe weather
- How to stay safe when lightning is nearby
- MTSU’s severe weather plan aims to keep students, faculty safe
- Titans, Nissan Stadium officials know what it means to be storm ready
- Number of personal home shelters increasing in Middle Tennessee
- Station Camp Middle School practices severe weather safety plan
- Know where to go inside your house, what to bring during severe weather
- Trained storm spotters are the key to severe weather alerts
Don’t miss our News 2 StormTracker: Family Safety special airing Saturday at 6 p.m.