Rabu, 25 Mei 2011

Storm and Tornado come to Kansas City America

Kansas City - United States for Storm and Tornado. Kansas City of America Severe storms across Kansas and Missouri on Tuesday and Wednesday can be seen, including the potential for tornado destroyed Joplin, more severe weather.

The Kansas City metro area has improved a moderate risk of tornadoes and a 45 percent chance of hail. A few strong storms are on during lunch time and more all afternoon and the weather was expected during the night hours.

The Kansas Department of Emergency Management urges people who are willing to plan a tornado at home and disaster supply kit.

"I can not stress enough how important it is for people to take storm warnings seriously and ready," said Angee Morgan, deputy director of the Kansas Division of Emergency Management. "We have a tornado-related deaths had lost this year in Kansas. Life is too much. We can not tornadoes do not happen, but we prepare them for the loss of life to a minimum."

When preparing a home tornado plan, the Kansas Department Emergency Management offers the following advice:

• You can choose a place where families gather if a tornado is headed your way. It may be your basement or, if no basement, a center hallway, bathroom or closet on the lowest floor. Keep the space vacated.
• If you are in a skyscraper, you can not have enough time to get to the bottom floor. Choose a place in a hall in the middle of the building. Assemble a disaster supplies included at least three days: first aid kit and essential medications, canned food and can opener, at least three liters of water per person per day, clothing, bedding or sleeping bags, battery-powered radio, flashlight and extra batteries Special items for infants, elderly or disabled relatives, written instructions to turn off electricity, gas and water if authorities advise you to do.

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The KDEM also asks residents to storm warnings on television and radio stay tuned.

Clock is issued when a tornado, the residents must KDEM said:
• local radio and TV stations to listen for further updates.
• Watch for changing weather conditions. Blowing debris or the sound of an approaching cyclone, you know. Many people say it sounds like a freight train.

If a tornado warning issued, said the KDEM:
• If you are, to a designated safe place you picked to protect yourself from glass and other flying objects. The tornado may be approaching your area.
• If you are outside, hurry to the basement of a nearby sturdy building or lie flat in a ditch or low lying area.
• When in a car or camper, get instant and go for safety.

Storms in the U.S. Heartland riots, claiming at least nine people in Arkansas, Kansas and Oklahoma, in what is now a historic spring storm season.

Wednesday was asked to contribute, the storm system to sleepless nights of Southwestern Iowa to central Texas, pelting many areas with a golf ball-size hail.

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The fierce storms on another visit to Joplin, Missouri, where a tornado slain 124 people at the weekend, making it the single deadliest U.S. twister since modern records began 61 years ago.

The city was shortly after a tornado warning late Tuesday before it was raked by high winds and peppered with lightning.

Twisters in Dallas and several North Texas counties brewed according to the National Weather Service reported at least one tornado on the ground.

Arkansas Franklin County, a tornado landed shortly after midnight, leaving behind extensive damage, Steve Piltz, said forecasters with the National Weather Service in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

He killed at least one person, said the Arkansas State Police.

"We were impurities in the radar echoes we saw, and that gave us a good indication of the tornado was strong and big," Piltz, adding that the tornado was a half mile wide from anywhere for miles.

In Stafford County, Kansas, killed two motorists when an uprooted tree hit their van, according to the state Adjutant General.

The chain of deadly tornadoes that hit central Oklahoma at least five people slain in the Canadian province, hurt and destroyed dozens of homes and vehicles, officials said.

"Piedmont is the most affected area. There is more damage in the Piedmont region, for it is the most densely populated area," said after the Canadian County Sheriff Randall Edwards, whom he expects more deaths.

Authorities searching for a missing toddler said Wednesday.

"The 3-year-old was one of the three missing children," Edwards said. "We have two of the three will be found alive, but we have not yet found the third."

A large tornado crossed I-40 causes near El Reno, destroyed houses and a gas leak at a power plant west of the capital of the country, Edwards said.

Twenty workers were injured on an oil rig, to El Reno City spokesman Terry Floyd.

The twister injured motorists on I-40 and U.S. 81, said the Canadian province of Emergency Management Director Jerry Smith. There were reports of property damage in the area.

Another tornado was reported in Chickasha, about 40 miles southwest of Oklahoma City.

"It's a one day," Pastor Gary Rogers said of the Great Assembly of God Church in Chickasha. "We lost about half of our roof."

The church was empty at the time of the storm, "said Rogers." Thank God we were not (there). Nobody was there. "Twenty-four hours later, the church diligently with Wednesday.

State officials received reports of damaged businesses in Chickasha.

"It came right behind the company," said Nathaniel Charlton Chickasha AutoZone employees. "She had a bit of debris thrown in the parking lot. It was on the ground, but it was not bad."

The tornado crossed Chickasha damaged several other municipalities, including Newcastle.

About 1,200 people packed a shelter in Newcastle, a bedroom community near Oklahoma City during the storm, said City Manager Nick Nazar. "My life was saved."
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About 100 people have been displaced and 50 houses were uninhabitable, said Nazar. Two or three stores were damaged as a primary school.

Statewide least 60 people were injured and 58,000 homeless, according to the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management.

Some employees of the Storm Prediction Center in Norman recently fled as a tornado approached, said a spokesman for the National Weather Service office.

Forces in the immediate aftermath of the storms were mobilized, "said Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin, Anderson Cooper.

"Does the National Guard, our Highway Patrol, our Department of Health, the Salvation Army, Red Cross, our first responders have been made about the situation," she said, given the massive outbreak of tornadoes that occurred on Tuesday evening.
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