Tweeters invited to talk about severe weather

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As part of Severe Weather Awareness Week in Kansas, the Kansas Division of Emergency Management will host two live Twitter chats on Friday, March 8.

The one-hour sessions will be at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Twitter users can go online or use their smartphone to join a dialogue about severe weather and what the public can do to be prepared.


“Let’s Talk: Twitter Severe Weather Awareness Talk will be an interactive discussion to talk about how to prepare for severe weather and disasters,” said Devan Tucking, Human Services Officer.  “If you learn something new, we hope that you ‘re-tweet’ it to your friends, family and coworkers to help them to be prepared for severe weather also.”

-news release-

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