NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Severe weather can strike at any time. That’s why our StormTrackers are working to keep your family safe for Summer Weather Safety Day.
From a one-of-a-kind tornado shelter program, to flash flooding dangers, and taking lightning safety precautions, we’re making sure everyone in your family is prepared for a weather emergency.
We also had stories on how to stay safe during some of your favorite summer activities–spending the day in the sun and taking out a boat on the lake.
Stories featured in Summer Weather Safety Day include:
- Sunscreen: How important is it for protecting yourself against harmful rays?
- Tornado preparedness: What to look for in an assisted living facility
- TWRA outlines potential dangers on the water during summer months
- How dangerous can flash flooding be in Middle Tennessee?
- What should you do if you get caught outside in a thunderstorm?
- Tips to keep your family safe as temperatures rise this summer
- Bedford County is first to have county-wide tornado shelter program
- Highly-skilled swift water rescue teams called upon during flooding