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Prepare for severe winter weather

The frigid temperatures last weekend were the first glimpse of winter in northwest Kansas. Should we fool ourselves that the worst is past and we’re ready for spring? No! There are still a couple of months of winter yet to come.
The Prepare Kansas campaign of K-State Research and Extension focuses on being prepared BEFORE disaster strikes. We shouldn’t limit our preparedness to tornado season in the spring– no, Kansas weather can surprise us with disasters any time of year.
In light of the recent cold snap, now is the time to make sure your winter emergency plans ...


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