Homeland Security Advises Severe Weather Plan

By Jake Perrone - 21Alive
By Rachel Martin - 21Alive

November 17, 2013 Updated Nov 17, 2013 at 7:56 PM EDT

INDIANA (21Alive) – With most of Indiana under a high risk of severe weather, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security is warning Hoosiers to stay home if possible.

Thunderstorms, flash floods, and tornadoes can all appear suddenly with little warning, and may only last a few minutes, but have the strength and power to cause a great amount of damage.

Homeland Security advises that you have a severe weather plan in place. They suggest talking to your family about what you would do to shelter yourself in your home, and what you'll do if you need to evacuate.




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