StormReady: Tornadoes

When most of us think of severe weather, we think of tornadoes. Small tornadoes can destroy a home, while large tornadoes can destroy large sections of cities.

StormReady: Severe Thunderstorms

On average, the United States experiences about 100,000 thunderstorms each year. About 10,000 of those storms reach severe limits.

StormReady: Flash Floods

On average, nearly 130 people die each year as the result of flash flooding.