Meteorologists started to warn about the potential of a violent weather situation that could unfold a few days before it happened, and even though the warnings were issued and the sirens sounded we're still dealing with the loss of life, as residents are surveying the damage before beginning the rebuilding.
The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for the entire WHAG Viewing Area, and the WHAG Weather Team is saying everyone should be on a heightened awareness for the threat of severe weather tonight and into Thursday.
The National Weather Service in Norman, Oklahoma has upgraded the El Reno, Oklahoma Tornado from Friday May 31st to an EF-5 setting new records, and making it the second EF-5 tornado during May 2013.
With the severe weather outbreaks in the Midwest over the past few weeks, and our own severe weather events, WHAG Meteorologist Bryan Tolle takes a look at Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia's Tornado Climatology, History and What kind of shelter you should take if a tornado & severe weather threatens area.
With severe weather season right around the corner, now would be the time for you to review your severe weather safety plans, and what the difference between a watch and a warning is. Meteorologist Bryan Tolle has all the details.