Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Midwest tornadoes how you can help

  • Tornadoes ripped through several Midwestern states early Wednesday morning, causing damage to small towns in Illinois and Kansas, according to the Associated Press. Strong winds roared through Branson, Mo.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • "All I can tell you is I was praying and 7:30 a.m., about three hours after the tornado hit. She said by noon more than 100 volunteers had signed in and left their contact information so they could help.
  • (Chicago Tribune)
  • In that tornado, she said, residents had 20 minutes to take shelter. Sometimes storms come out of nowhere and can happen on a moments notice, Watson said. Everyone is aware of the threat, but you just dont know how much warning youre going to have.
  • (McClatchy)
  • Are you there WDRB and WHAS on the latest on the Midwest storms. Find out how to help storm victims with Impact Your World.
  • (CNN)
  • CHICAGO — A massive winter storm unleashed a string of tornados that cut a swath of destruction across the U.S. midwest, killing at least nine cars thrown in lakes.
  • (Regina Leader-Post)
  • With a tornado, if the weather service can let people know 20 minutes in advance And forecasters are telling the Southeast and Midwest to get ready again.
  • (Times and Democrat)
  • Can help spin up tornadoes. On the other hand, AccuWeather notes that the climate pattern called La NiƱa is forecast to weaken.
  • (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • A MASSIVE winter storm unleashed a string of tornadoes that cut a swath of destruction across the US midwest, killing at least nine people Weve got homes toppled, cars thrown in lakes.
  • (The Australian)
  • They are early, AccuWeather meteorologist Mark Paquette said of Wednesdays tornadoes. With these storms coming down right through the heart of the Midwest people yell for help everywhere, she said. And you couldnt see anybody.
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  • You cant imagine how everything possible to help these communities respond and recover from this disaster.
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