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Deadly tornadoes hit the south in January

Tornadoes can spin up in any month of the year in the United States when the necessary atmospheric ingredients come together. In winter months such as January, when cold air is abundant, they are not as common, but that doesn't mean you can let your guard down. Since early morning on January 21, 2017, a preliminary 30 reports of tornadoes have been tallied up from Louisiana to southern Mississippi, southern Alabama and southern Georgia, according to NOAA's Storm Prediction Center. A deadly EF3 tornado touched down in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, early Saturday, which caused considerable damage and killed four people. Early Sunday morning, at least 12 people were killed by a likely tornado or multiple tornadoes in southern Georgia. During the 20-year period of 1996 through 2015, the first calendar month of the year has averaged about 40 tornadoes annually. It's the third-least-tornadic month, along with December and February. The number of tornadoes in January has ranged from a record 212 in 1999 to zero in 2003 and 1986. A single outbreak produced 129 of the January 1999 tornadoes during a two-day period. This year, dozens of tornadoes touched down in the South on Jan. 2. That has propelled the preliminary tornado count to 50 through the midpoint of the month, according to NOAA's Storm Prediction Center. The deadliest January tornadoes on record both occurred in Arkansas. Fifty-five people were killed in Warren on Jan. 3, 1949, and 55 lost their lives in Fort Smith on Jan. 11, 1898. Deadly tornadoes have occurred in January in 5 of the past 10 years through 2016. While these facts may seem like a history lesson the main purpose is to reiterate that tornadoes don't wait until spring to strike. They can occur at any time of the year and you should always have a plan for safety. ...
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What is Tornado Alley? Tornado Alley interesting facts

Tornado Alley is an area of the United States that is prone to experience tornadoes. Tornado Alley is also the name we at Tornado Alley Armor get called by quote often. Because our name is so long a lot of the time people leave off the word "Armor" and simply call us "Tornado Alley." Just be sure you are talking to who you think you are talking to when you make that phone call. We get called "Tornado Alley" so often that we decided you shouldn't need to add the word "Armor" when you type in our website address. You can now get to our website by typing either www.tornadoalley.com or www.tornadoalleyarmor.com. There are several other storm shelter companies out there going by Tornado Alley ... and they aren't even members in the National Storm Shelter Association. Basically, that means they aren't truly FEMA Compliant because if they were they would be allowed to join the NSSA. Be careful and make sure you are dealing directly with us and not some guy making storm shelters in his back yard with no regard for your safety.  Call 855-552-7667 (855-55-ARMOR) to speak with us directly. Or start with our home page www.tornadoalleyarmor.com.        
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What is a tornado watch?

Do you ever get confused when the meteorologist starts talking about tornado watches and tornado warnings? It can be hard to tell the difference if you aren't used to hearing either one mentioned. A tornado watch is issued by the National Weather Service when conditions are favorable for the development of tornadoes in and close to the watch area. Their size can vary depending on the weather situation. They are usually issued for a duration of 4 to 8 hours. They normally are issued well in advance of the actual occurrence of severe weather. During the watch, people should review tornado safety rules and be prepared to move a place of safety if threatening weather approaches. A Tornado Watch is issued by the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) in Norman, Oklahoma. Prior to the issuance of a Tornado Watch, SPC will usually contact the affected local National Weather Forecast Office (NWFO) and they will discuss what their current thinking is on the weather situation. Afterwards, SPC will issue a preliminary Tornado Watch and then the affected NWFO will then adjust the watch (adding or eliminating counties/parishes) and then issue it to the public. After adjusting the watch, the NWFO will let the public know which counties are included by way of a Watch Redefining Statement. During the watch, the NWFO will keep the public informed on what is happening in the watch area and also let the public know when the watch has expired or been cancelled.  
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Tornadoes- Let's test your tornado knowledge with some amazing facts!

Even if you grew up in Tornado Alley I bet you could learn a thing or two about tornadoes. Here are some amazing facts about tornadoes: 1. A tornado is as a rotating, funnel-shaped cloud that extends from a thunderstorm to the ground with whirling winds that can reach 300 mph. 2. Damage paths of tornadoes can be in excess of one mile wide and 50 miles long. 3. Tornadoes can accompany tropical storms and hurricanes once on land. It’s really important to be prepared for a tornado, so make sure you have a disaster plan for your pets too! Our space-efficient safe rooms offer enough room for you AND your pets! Be sure to check out why we’re THE BEST in the business! 4. Rotating thunderstorms are the best predictors of tornado activity. They are well defined thunderstorms on radar that may include hail, severe winds, lightning, or flash floods. 5. Tornadoes can occur when a warm front meets a cold front, forming a thunderstorm, which then can spawn one or more “twisters." 6. Most twisters or cyclones travel from southwest to northeast and can move in the opposite direction for short periods of time. A tornado can even backtrack if it is hit by winds from the eye of the thunderstorm. 7. Funnel clouds usually last less than 10 minutes before dissipating, and many only last several seconds. On rare occasion, cyclones can last for over an hour. 8. A tornado may appear nearly transparent until dust and debris are picked up or a cloud forms within the funnel. 9. Twisters strike predominantly along Tornado Alley — a flat stretch of land from western Texas to North Dakota. This region is a hotspot for tornadoes because the dry polar air from Canada meets the warm moist tropical air from...
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Do tornadoes target mobile home parks?

Do tornadoes target mobile home parks? There are numerous rumors about tornadoes “targeting” mobile homes and trailer parks. This is NOT true. Tornadoes do not favor anything but weather conditions. They are more likely to form in certain parts of the country, but they do not target structures or specific locations. The reason this myth is so popular is probably because it does seem like mobile homes are hit more, but there are several reasons behind this; location of mobile homes, structural stability of mobile homes and popular news stories. Jillian MacMath, a staff writer for AccuWeather, says that “It is important… to consider where most mobile homes are located geographically and how susceptible that landscape is to severe weather.” Research shows that a high percentage of mobile homes in the country are located in tornado alley.  Mobile homes are not usually securely fastened to their foundations and are not as structurally stable as a normal house built on a concrete slab. A tornado that might barely dust over a structurally stable house might completely destroy and flip over a mobile home. This would give the appearance of the tornado “targeting” the mobile homes in the area. When a tornado strikes a well built house, it may or may not be completely destroyed, but when a tornado strikes a mobile home, it is most likely going to be catastrophic. Senior Vice President of AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions Mike Smith said, "The perception that mobile homes are struck disproportionately is due to the fact that media is attracted to photos of serious damage and/or serious injuries. Both are more common with mobile homes in tornadoes, especially if they are not tied down. So, people see reporters doing "standups" in front of mobile homes and it creates a perception that mobile homes are struck...
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Indian Nation Tornado Storm Shelter Rebate Programs

  Do you have a voucher from your tribe that will help pay for a tornado storm shelter? Tornado Alley Armor Safe Rooms is qualified to participate in all Indian Nation tornado storm shelter programs! Our membership in the National Storm Shelter Association verifies by 3rd party peer review that we meet or exceed all FEMA Compliance Qualifications 100%. Please see below for more details on some of the existing storm shelter programs. If you don't see your tribe listed please contact your housing authority for more information. There may be one even if it isn't listed here.   The Chickasaw Nation storm shelter program for Chickasaw citizens is paying up to $2500 for tornado safe rooms! Tornado Alley Armor participates in the Chickasaw Nation’s storm shelter rebate program.  This safe room rebate is valid for privately owned homes of Chickasaw citizens. For citizens at large, grants will be provided for up to $2,500 for installation of storm shelters. This service is available both inside and outside the Chickasaw Nation's boundaries.  An applicant can expect to find out within 10 business days if he/she qualifies to be placed on the waiting list. You can call 580-421-8800 for more information or simply click here to go to the online application. You Provide: CDIB/Citizenship Card for applicant, Social Security cards of all household members, Income verification of all household members, and a copy of warranty deed. Eligibility: Must be Chickasaw Citizen, No outstanding debt owed to the housing division or to the Chickasaw Nation, Home must be the applicant's primary residence, Storm shelters are awarded one time only to each family in order to meet the needs of all Chickasaws.   The Choctaw Nation Grant Program is offering a safe room grant of $4200 for qualified applicants! The program provides a grant for storm shelters...
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I sure wish the Choctaw nation would come off the 65 years or older requirement! I'm gonna call tomorrow and see if that still sta
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What about the Cherokees ???
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Dustin, That would be very helpful to a lot of people. If you find out anything new please pass it along to us. Thanks, Leslie
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Tornado Alley- Where is it?!

Generally, Tornado Alley is a flat stretch of land from western Texas to North Dakota. Wikipedia describes it more accurately as “a colloquial term for the area of the United States where tornadoes are most frequent. The term was first used in 1952 as the title of a research project to study severe weather in parts of Texas and Oklahoma. Although the boundaries of Tornado Alley are not clearly defined, its core is northern Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska. Some research has indicated that tornadoes are becoming more frequent in the northern parts of Tornado Alley where it reaches the Canadian prairies. There is also a secondary tornado alley in Ontario, Canada, which runs from the Great Lakes region to the upper St. Lawrence valley. It roughly follows the same route as Highway 401 from Windsor, Ontario to London, with a secondary path from Lake Huron to Barrie, Ontario and across to Ottawa, Ontario. After the U.S., Canada gets the most tornadoes in the world, and a third of those tornadoes strike Southwestern.” If you live in or near Tornado Alley and are considering a storm shelter/safe room then consider Tornado Alley Armor. We've done our homework when it comes to tornadoes and your safety. So come check out why WE’RE THE BEST! J  
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Over 50 years of tornadoes across the United States

This brightly glowing map shows the tornadoes that have touched down in the United States since 1956. Notice how strong they are in Texas, Oklahoma, and Missouri.   Made by John Nelson with data from NOAA, this map shows every tornado as a line, which marks the path of the storm. The brightness of the lines corresponds to each twister’s Fujita scale, which is one way of measuring how intense it is. It's remarkable to look at this map and see how much of the U.S. has been hit. Given how tornadoes are becoming more frequent and more deadly isn't it time you protected your family with a safe room from Tornado Alley Armor? Check us out at www.tornadoalleyarmor.com and give us a call if you have any questions. 855-552-7667.
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Bolt Together Do-It-Yourself Tornado Shelter in Kansas City, MO Basement. Tornado Alley Armor- EF5 FEMA Compliant & NSSA Producer Members


Are you looking for a tornado shelter that can be anchored in your basement so you don't have to go outside into the flying debris to get to an underground cellar? You've found the right place! Tornado Alley Armor safe rooms are DIY friendly and are assembled on site and then anchored to your reinforced slab foundation. (Professional installation is available if you prefer not to Do It Yourself.) We are 100% FEMA Compliant and are producer members in the NSSA which is your proof that we've had an independent verification of our design and that we truly are FEMA Compliant. Have a look around on our website and see for yourself why Tornado Alley Armor is the best choice for tornado protection. Give us a call if you have any questions. We're always happy to help!            855-552-7667                                        www.tornadoalleyarmor.com      
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Kansas City in the news- tornado safety by Tornado Alley Armor Safe Rooms- be prepared with an NSSA storm shelter!


Kansas City has been in the national news lately due to all the tornadoes that are popping up in Missouri and Kansas. Since Tornado Alley Armor Safe Rooms offers nationwide delivery and installation we have been in the northeast area of Missouri a lot. Some customers, such as the ones featured in this news interview, decide to DIY and will either pick up their tornado shelter at our warehouse or simply have us deliver their storm shelter to their door. For those that don't want to Do-It-Themselves we offer professional installation. Curious? Watch the news interview below and give us a call at 855-55-ARMOR or shoot us an email @ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..      
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Do It Yourself DIY tornado shelter installed by customer in Kansas City, MO


  One of our DIY tornado shelter customers in Kansas City, Missouri is so impressed with Tornado Alley Armor Safe Rooms that she called the local news stations to tell them about us. Several crews came out to her house and did interviews. Watch to see how simple it can be to Do It Yourself and have your storm shelter assembled and anchored in no time. We do provide professional installation nationwide for those who prefer not to DIY. Tornado Alley Armor- protecting lives in 23 states and growing. For more info give us a call toll free at 855-55-ARMOR or look us up at www.tornadoalleyarmor.com.
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Remembering Moore, Oklahoma one year after the devastating EF-5 tornado of May, 20 2013

  Remembering Moore, Oklahoma one year later. The whirlwind -- an EF5 tornado, the most destructive on the Fujita scale -- sheared houses, schools, businesses into sticks, bricks and shards that lay jumbled and jagged in the straight-line rows of their subdivision streets. All 19 above ground safe rooms in the path of the devastating tornado were still standing and intact afterward. Prayers are going out for the families that are still recovering and rebuilding their lives today.
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Moore, Oklahoma- Safe Rooms Saving Lives by providing EF-5 Tornado Protection

After a really close call last year when Moore, OK was hit in May by a massive EF-5 tornado a business operating in Moore, Oklahoma decided to protect it's employees by providing them with 12 of our Protector 15 adult safe rooms. Now when severe weather strikes they will have a safe place to wait out the storm by locking themselves in a Tornado Alley Armor safe room. If you are considering buying a safe room for your employees or your family give us a call and let us help. Our toll free number is 855-55-ARMOR. We ship and install nationwide so don't worry that you might be too far away from us. We have safe rooms as far as Washington, New York, Florida, and even in Canada. www.tornadoalleyarmor.com
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How to register your tornado shelter so Emergency Responders will check on you after a tornado- FOX 23 News in Tulsa, Oklahoma


  FOX 23 News featured Tornado Alley Armor Safe Rooms in a segment about registering storm shelters. Tulsa has a new volunteer system to register your safe room online and have emergency responders know where to look after a tornado. Although, with a Tornado Alley Armor safe room you won't be in there long enough to need to wait for them to come looking for you. You'll take down your wrenches that are stored inside and start unbolting. You can make yourself a new door by unbolting any of the panels, or even unbolt the entire safe room from the inside if needed. www.tornadoalleyarmor.com  
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Want your storm shelter in a closet? Tornado Alley Armor safe rooms can be installed in walk-in or standard closets.

    Tornado Alley Armor safe rooms can be installed in a walk-in closet, pantry, bedroom, storage room, etc. We have showrooms in both Dallas Texas and Tulsa Oklahoma. You can see them in person! Our bolt together design allows the panels and other components to be carried in one at a time and assembled inside a closet or any other room in your home. Your home must be on a reinforced slab foundation, or we can pour a slab where you want it to be installed if you don’t already have one. Keep in mind that you won’t lose any usable space because the safe room will be able to accommodate shelves and even a hanging rod to still be able to hang clothes in like any other closet. Some of our customers hang clothes rods inside and use the storm shelter for a closet; some put shelves inside and make utility rooms out of them. With Tornado Alley Armor the possibilities are endless! Another great feature we offer is being able to use the storm shelter as a panic room. If you are able to find space inside your home for your Tornado Alley Armor safe room you’ll be steps ahead of an intruder while making your way to safety inside your home, rather than having to make it to the garage or even outdoors to be able to lock yourself in your safe room while you call for help. Yes, your cell phone will work inside our tornado shelters. Have questions? Give us a call at 855-55-ARMOR or check out our main page at www.tornadoalleyarmor.com for lots of very educational information. Check out our Youtube video that shows a Defender 5 adult safe room installed inside a closet that was actually smaller than the safe room before the...
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Tornadoes rip through the Midwest hitting Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky on November 17, 2013

More than 80 tornadoes were reported across the midwest on November 17, 2013, though that figure should be considered preliminary. At least 10 states were in under severe weather alerts, as tornado watches were posted in Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, and others. Many states were hit by tornadoes and hundreds of thousands of people were left without power, according to weather officials. "We obviously have a very dangerous situation on our hands and it's just getting started," NWS deputy director Laura Furgione said during a conference call with reporters earlier Sunday. Washington, Illinois, a town 145 miles southwest of Chicago, was hit particularly hard. "I stepped outside and I heard it coming," Michael Perdun, a resident there, told a news service. "My daughter was already in the basement, so I ran downstairs and grabbed her, crouched in the laundry room and all of a sudden I could see daylight up the stairway and my house was gone. The whole neighborhood's gone. The wall of my fireplace is all that is left of my house." Amy Paul, a spokeswoman for OSF Saint Francis Medical Center, told the Peoria Journal-Star that the hospital was treating 37 tornado victims, including seven trauma victims. According to severe weather Expert Dr. Greg Forbes, the second half of October, and especially November, can often be a second season for tornadoes. Forbes says, "In many ways, this is the counterpart to spring, when strong fronts and upper-air systems march across the United States. When enough warm, moist air accompanies these weather systems, the unstable conditions yield tornadoes and severe thunderstorms." We all need to have a plan… a safe place to go when severe weather strikes. If you already own a storm shelter then great! If you don’t have a safe room manufactured by a National Storm Shelter Association Producer Member...
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Above Ground Safe Rooms/ Storm Shelters Saved Lives in Moore OK EF-5 Tornado

Researchers who toured Moore after the May 20, 2013 F-5 tornado said above ground storm shelters held up great in the storm and can be a better choice than underground storm cellars. Aboveground storm shelters held up exceptionally well in the tornado and could be a better choice than a traditional underground storm cellar, said Larry Tanner, a research associate at the National Wind Institute at Texas Tech University. Ricky Stover rode out the storm in Moore. He and his family didn't have a safe room so they took to their cellar."We locked the cellar door when we saw it coming and it got louder and the next thing you know you see the latch coming undone and you couldn't reach for it and it ripped open the door. Glass and debris started slamming on us," Ricky said. Tanner was among a team of researchers from the institute that toured the damaged areas after the Moore tornado. They examined how different types of structures held up in the storm, with particular attention given to storm shelters. The institute tests and approves shelters for manufacturers based on standards set by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. They use giant air cannons to fire debris at speeds simulating strong tornadoes. Tanner said researchers found 19 above ground safe rooms or storm shelters in the damage path or near the damage path of the storm. All survived. “They all performed great,” Tanner said. “We continue to have great success stories both in Joplin and in Oklahoma City.” In some cases, all that was left after the tornado passed were the shelters. Tanner said above ground shelters have had a hard time catching on in Oklahoma, where people have been told for decades that the safest place during a tornado is underground. This just isn't true.  FEMA states...
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Moore Oklahoma Tornado May 20, 2013

Our hearts go out to the people of Moore, OK who were attacked by a devasting EF4 tornado earlier today. It breaks our hearts to think of what those families are going through... some still trying to find their loved ones. We at Tornado Alley Armor express our deepest sympathy for the families and the lives lost in Moore. God Bless you all.
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Tornadoes Tear Through Oklahoma, Kansas And Iowa… Leaving Shawnee, OK Devastated

  The tornado that tore through Shawnee, Oklahoma on 5-19-13 has left at least one dead and much destruction. This isn’t too far from home for Tornado Alley Armor. Sometimes it takes something like this hitting close to home to bring things into perspective. Please have a safe place planned out ahead of time that you can go to for protection from severe weather like what happened in Oklahoma today.  If you don’t have a safe room to protect your family then please put a plan in place of the safest place for you and your family so you can be prepared. Spring isn’t over yet, and as we’re finding out tornadoes now happen all year long. Stay safe!  
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Tornadoes Rip through Granbury,Texas

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the people in Northern Texas, especially Granbury, TX where they were hit so hard by the tornadoes that ripped through the area last night. Spring isn't over yet. May is the peak month for tornadoes and June has almost as many tornadoes on average as April. Even if you don't have a Tornado Alley Armor Safe Room please have a plan of action for your family when severe weather strikes near you. The National Weather Service’s Dallas-Fort Worth office announced at least ten tornadoes touched ground across Texas on Wednesday evening according to Mark Fox, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Dallas-Fort Worth. Be careful in planning your safe place and always be prepared to take shelter because these storms can pop up with such a short notice. Some witnesses have said the tornado that swept through Johnson County may have been as much as a mile wide. While that twister that hit Granbury was smaller, it struck a more populated area and was just as destructive. Prayers going out for the families in Granbury, TX and what they are going through.
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Jackson, Mississippi Rated #2 out of Top Ten Tornado Cities

  The myth that tornado alley is in the Plains and Midwest states have been shattered in recent decades. Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Georgia have all had deadly tornado outbreaks in the past few years. Of the top ten cities most likely to be hit by a tornado, Jackson, MS came in at #2. Tornado expert Dr Greg Forbes of weather.com has studied tornadoes extensively. He tracks and monitors tornadoes year-round for The Weather Channel and weather.com. Dr. Forbes is a foremost expert in his field, studying under Tetsuya Fujita, who developed the F-rating scale by which we classify tornadoes. The Dixie Alley, in the Deep South, may have the biggest risk for tornadoes. Five of the top ten cities on this list are in the Gulf Coast, or Dixie Alley, states. Jackson, MS came in at number 2. The most active months are March, April, and November. Spring isn’t the only time of year to be on the lookout for severe weather. Have a safe place to go prepared ahead of time, and prepare an emergency kit with extra clothes, shoes, flashlights, spare batteries, and even food and water. Be prepared year round with a Tornado Alley Armor Safe Room. www.tornadoalleyarmor.com or Toll Free 855-55-ARMOR  
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Huntsville and Birmingham Alabama Rated #1 & #3 Tornado Cities

  Hunstville, Alabama are you aware that your town was rated #1 in top 10 of cities where homes are most likely to get hit by a tornado by Tornado expert Dr Greg Forbes of The Weather Channel and weather.com? Birmingham, Alabama was rated #3. Dr. Forbes is a foremost expert in his field, studying under Tetsuya Fujita, who developed the F-rating scale by which we classify tornadoes. Dr. Forbes gathered data from the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center between 1962-2011 and added up the areas of the tornado paths within 75 miles of the city highlighted, including the tornado damage path lengths and widths. This methodology gives a more realistic probability of a particular location getting hit by a tornado than simply by using the raw numbers of tornado that have occurred within a metro area. Huntsville lies in the Tennessee Valley, surrounded by the hills of the Cumberland Plateau. It also lies within Dixie Alley, an area which is prone to violent, long-track tornadoes. Birmingham and Tuscaloosa in 2011 are burned into the public's memory. A massive EF-4 multi-vortex tornado ripped across the region. The best way to protect your family is by having a storm shelter you can safely get to inside your home or garage. FEMA recommends you not going outside to get to a cellar, but stay inside where you’re safe from flying debris. Protect your loved ones and don’t become another statistic. Order a Tornado Alley Armor Safe Room today.www.torandoalleyarmor.com or 855-55-ARMOR.
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Tornado Touches Down in Hattiesburg, MS

  Tornado Alley Armor Safe Rooms expresses its sympathy for the people that went through the Hattiesburg, MS tornado yesterday. Although it’s still winter tornadoes don’t seem to care. Hattiesburg, MS found that out first hand when a tornado ripped through their town damaging buildings and harming residents. Luckily, everyone survived this one.Tornado Ally Armor Safe Rooms ship and install nationwide. Hattiesburg, Purva, Columbia, Collins, Laurel, Elisville, and Poplarville- be prepared for the next severe weather outbreak by protecting your loved ones with a storm shelter from Tornado Alley Armor. Entrapment Proof, F5 Rated, NSSA, and you can take it with you if you move. Find more great features on our website.    
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