Be prepared for dangerous spring storms with ‘Severe Weather: Staying Safe’
For Release: 02/17/23 1:31 PM
Spring can be a dangerous season in Kentucky with higher potential for tornadoes, severe storms, lightning and flooding.
To help viewers prepare, KET presents Severe Weather: Staying Safe, featuring a panel of weather experts to answer questions and offer advice on how to get ready for the storm season.
Scheduled guests include:
• John Gordon, meteorologist-in-charge with Louisville National Weather Service
• Jeremy Slinker, director of Kentucky Division of Emergency Management
• Myra Shird, federal coordinating officer with Federal Emergency Management Agency
• Jerry Stacy, director of Perry County Emergency Management
Severe Weather: Staying Safe
KET Wednesday, March 1 • 8/7 pm
Watch on-demand at KET.org and on the PBS app
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