Severe Weather Coverage

Advance planning and quick responses are key to severe weather season. Know the differences between watches and warnings; a watch means conditions are favorable for severe weather and warnings mean a severe weather situation is actually taking place.  

Build an emergency supply kit consisting of flashlights, a portable battery-operated radio, first aid kit, and lots of extra batteries.  Develop an emergency communication plan in case family members were to get separated from one another during a severe weather event.  

Always be aware of your surroundings, know the situation, and keep your radios tuned to Sports Radio 1490 KTOP! 1490 KTOP partners with the KSNT Storm Track Weather Team for all severe weather coverage.  Coverage sponsored by Carstar. Relax, they’ll take it from here. 

For more information visit: National Weather Service of Topeka