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
Click here to read Gov. Bill Haslam’s Severe Weather Awareness Week proclamation. For more on local education and training events, click here.Don’t miss our News 2 StormTracker: Family Safety special airing Saturday at 6 p.m.