Severe Weather: Staying Safe 2013
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Broadcast live on Monday, Feb. 25 at 10/9 pm on KET
Spring can be a dangerous season for the Bluegrass state, with the greater likelihood of tornadoes, lightning, and floods, as Kentuckians experienced last year. Learn how you can reduce your risk of death and injury by watching KET's Severe Weather: Staying Safe.
Bill Goodman hosts the hour-long program. His guests:
- John Heltzel, director, Kentucky Division of Emergency Management
- Bruce Thomas, chief meteorologist and national spokesperson, Midland Radio
- John Gordan, National Weather Service, Louisville office
- T.G. Shuck, meteorologist
Severe Weather: Staying Safe, a production of KET in partnership with the Kentucky Division of Emergency Management and the Kentucky Weather Preparedness Committee, is produced and directed by Nick Helton.