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The weekend storms flattened communities in several states everything that we've ever work -- right here.
-- it's all gone and lost six people were killed authorities insist the death count could easily have been higher.
The real story here's what didn't happen and I noticed that -- -- Why aren't people didn't get her meteorologists are convinced that advanced warnings helped forecasters were alerting residents potentially deadly weather.
In the storm's -- some two days out.
Plus and a couple of states the National Weather Service was experimenting with new more intense language -- its -- trying to coax people to take immediate action.
The following impact.
-- are expected major housing building damage is likely and complete destruction of homes and buildings as possible.
We found this -- out of Kansas posts on YouTube.
-- -- chief meteorologist Steve Leonard says he likes to new system.
If it's used when lives are at risk when we get these impact -- warnings it means that there is a big deadly tornado on the ground moving in that direction.
Anytime that happens from our perspective.
I'm gonna use that kind of language and may be more out here in -- Population of just over 100 -- -- -- -- blasted it during Sunday's storms.
That sound was enough for the folks I met today to take cover.
The wind totally died -- -- call it fair and then this guy's got real weird and certain sort -- so that's.
So if your kid go down yeah they are Sarah according to the National Weather Service -- trained Storm Chasers spotted -- -- drought here in the cloud county.
Well no damage was reported at least one whether we Ressa tells me she doesn't need any more intense language when those sirens -- -- If they said that I'd be gone -- like -- Hiding under some things and that's.
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