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National Weather Service forecasters are working hard to make sure everyone in central and northeastern Kansas is informed about the possibility of severe weather tomorrow (TUE). Jillian Rodrigue (ROAD-rigg), assistant director of the Douglas County Department of Emergency Management, says the advance warning means that you’ll have a little extra time to think about severe weather planning:
National Weather Service forecasters say there’s a strong likelihood of severe weather tomorrow (TUE) throughout central and eastern Kansas. Developments in weather forecasting are giving people a lot more time to make arrangements for what to do if there’s a tornado in their area. We asked Jillian Rodrigue (ROAD-rigg), assistant director of the Douglas County Department of Emergency Management, what she’d do with the advance warning today (MON) and tomorrow (TUE) morning if she didn’t have a place to go when severe weather strikes.