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NOUS43 KPAH 231334
PNSPAH
ILZ075>078-080>094-INZ081-082-085>088-KYZ001>022-MOZ076-086-087-
100-107>112-114-240145-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
834 AM CDT TUE SEP 23 2014

...FALL TORNADO RISK REMINDERS...

WITH THE INCREASING RISK OF TORNADOES THIS FALL, IT IS IMPORTANT
TO REMEMBER THESE STEPS OF BEING PREPARED.

1. KEEP INFORMED OF THE LATEST WEATHER FORECASTS, AND BE PREPARED
TO RESPOND ANY TIME A WARNING IS ISSUED OR SEVERE WEATHER THREATENS.

2. HAVE A SEVERE WEATHER KIT. THIS INCLUDES SUCH THINGS AS PLENTY
OF DRINKING WATER, NON-PERISHABLE FOODS, AND A BATTERY POWERED RADIO.

3. ENSURE YOUR NOAA WEATHER RADIO IS TURNED ON, HAS FRESH
BATTERIES, AND IS PROGRAMMED CORRECTLY.

4. HAVE A PLAN OF ACTION FOR WHENEVER A TORNADO WARNING OR SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM WARNING IS ISSUED FOR YOUR AREA. KNOW WHERE YOU WILL GO.

5. GET INVOLVED. THERE ARE NUMEROUS OPPORTUNITIES WHEREBY YOU CAN
HELP YOUR COMMUNITY BE MORE PREPARED FOR SEVERE WEATHER. CONTACT
YOUR LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION.

THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF RESOURCES TO HELP WITH THE ABOVE ACTIONS:

HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/SAFETY.PHP

HTTP://WWW.READY.GOV/

HTTP://KYEM.KY.GOV/PREPAREDNESS


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000
NOUS43 KPAH 231334
PNSPAH
ILZ075>078-080>094-INZ081-082-085>088-KYZ001>022-MOZ076-086-087-
100-107>112-114-240145-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
834 AM CDT TUE SEP 23 2014

...FALL TORNADO RISK REMINDERS...

WITH THE INCREASING RISK OF TORNADOES THIS FALL, IT IS IMPORTANT
TO REMEMBER THESE STEPS OF BEING PREPARED.

1. KEEP INFORMED OF THE LATEST WEATHER FORECASTS, AND BE PREPARED
TO RESPOND ANY TIME A WARNING IS ISSUED OR SEVERE WEATHER THREATENS.

2. HAVE A SEVERE WEATHER KIT. THIS INCLUDES SUCH THINGS AS PLENTY
OF DRINKING WATER, NON-PERISHABLE FOODS, AND A BATTERY POWERED RADIO.

3. ENSURE YOUR NOAA WEATHER RADIO IS TURNED ON, HAS FRESH
BATTERIES, AND IS PROGRAMMED CORRECTLY.

4. HAVE A PLAN OF ACTION FOR WHENEVER A TORNADO WARNING OR SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM WARNING IS ISSUED FOR YOUR AREA. KNOW WHERE YOU WILL GO.

5. GET INVOLVED. THERE ARE NUMEROUS OPPORTUNITIES WHEREBY YOU CAN
HELP YOUR COMMUNITY BE MORE PREPARED FOR SEVERE WEATHER. CONTACT
YOUR LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION.

THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF RESOURCES TO HELP WITH THE ABOVE ACTIONS:

HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/SAFETY.PHP

HTTP://WWW.READY.GOV/

HTTP://KYEM.KY.GOV/PREPAREDNESS


$$









000
NOUS43 KPAH 221632 CCA
PNSPAH
ILZ075>078-080>094-INZ081-082-085>088-KYZ001>022-MOZ076-086-087-
100-107>112-114-230215-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
902 AM CDT MON SEP 22 2014

...FALL BRINGS THE RISK OF MORE TORNADOES TO OUR REGION...

TORNADOES HAVE CAUSED LOSS OF LIFE AND MUCH DESTRUCTION IN OUR
REGION DURING THE FALL SEASON. LATE SEPTEMBER THROUGH OCTOBER AND
MUCH OF NOVEMBER TYPICALLY BRING MORE FAVORABLE CONDITIONS FOR
TORNADOES AND OTHER SEVERE THUNDERSTORM EVENTS SUCH AS LARGE HAIL
AND DAMAGING THUNDERSTORM WINDS. THIS INCREASE IS DRIVEN BY A MORE
DYNAMIC ATMOSPHERE THAT OCCURS DURING THE FALL TRANSITION TO
COOLER TEMPERATURES. THIS TRANSITION PERIOD SOMETIMES YIELDS LOW
PRESSURE SYSTEMS AND THEIR ASSOCIATED FRONTAL SYSTEMS THAT CAN
PROVIDE AN ENVIRONMENT FAVORABLE FOR SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS,
INCLUDING TORNADOES. SOME STARK REMINDERS OF OUR FALL TORNADO
THREAT INCLUDE:

* SEPTEMBER 22-23, 2006; 10 TORNADOES STRUCK OUR REGION, INCLUDING
  AN EF4 IN PERRY COUNTY, MO AND JACKSON COUNTY, IL.

* OCTOBER 18, 2007; 16 TORNADOES STRUCK OUR REGION INCLUDING AN
  EF3 TORNADO IN OWENSBORO, KY. TWENTY TWO WERE INJURED.

* OCTOBER 31, 2013; A RECORD TORNADO OUTBREAK IN OUR REGION FOR
  OCTOBER WITH 17 TORNADOES.

* NOVEMBER 6, 2005; AN EF3 TORNADO DEVELOPED NEAR SMITH MILLS, KY
  BEFORE KILLING 25 IN THE EVANSVILLE, IN AREA.

* NOVEMBER 15, 2005; AN EF4 TORNADO STRUCK THE MADISONVILLE, KY
  AREA,INJURING 27 WITH THE LONGEST TRACK KY TORNADO (EF3) IN
  DECADES STRIKING MARSHALL AND ADJACENT COUNTIES.

* NOVEMBER 17, 2013; AN EF3 TORNADO KILLS 3 PEOPLE IN/NEAR BROOKPORT
  ILLINOIS.

AS A RESULT, IT IS VITAL THAT YOU BE PREPARED AS WE PROGRESS THROUGH
THE FALL TORNADO SEASON. EACH DAY THIS WEEK WE WILL DISCUSS A
VARIETY OF TOPICS IN PREPARATION OF OUR FALL SEVERE WEATHER
SEASON.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SEE HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/PADUCAH

$$

CORRECTED SMITH GROVE, KY TO SMITH MILLS, KY








000
NOUS43 KPAH 221632 CCA
PNSPAH
ILZ075>078-080>094-INZ081-082-085>088-KYZ001>022-MOZ076-086-087-
100-107>112-114-230215-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...CORRECTION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
902 AM CDT MON SEP 22 2014

...FALL BRINGS THE RISK OF MORE TORNADOES TO OUR REGION...

TORNADOES HAVE CAUSED LOSS OF LIFE AND MUCH DESTRUCTION IN OUR
REGION DURING THE FALL SEASON. LATE SEPTEMBER THROUGH OCTOBER AND
MUCH OF NOVEMBER TYPICALLY BRING MORE FAVORABLE CONDITIONS FOR
TORNADOES AND OTHER SEVERE THUNDERSTORM EVENTS SUCH AS LARGE HAIL
AND DAMAGING THUNDERSTORM WINDS. THIS INCREASE IS DRIVEN BY A MORE
DYNAMIC ATMOSPHERE THAT OCCURS DURING THE FALL TRANSITION TO
COOLER TEMPERATURES. THIS TRANSITION PERIOD SOMETIMES YIELDS LOW
PRESSURE SYSTEMS AND THEIR ASSOCIATED FRONTAL SYSTEMS THAT CAN
PROVIDE AN ENVIRONMENT FAVORABLE FOR SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS,
INCLUDING TORNADOES. SOME STARK REMINDERS OF OUR FALL TORNADO
THREAT INCLUDE:

* SEPTEMBER 22-23, 2006; 10 TORNADOES STRUCK OUR REGION, INCLUDING
  AN EF4 IN PERRY COUNTY, MO AND JACKSON COUNTY, IL.

* OCTOBER 18, 2007; 16 TORNADOES STRUCK OUR REGION INCLUDING AN
  EF3 TORNADO IN OWENSBORO, KY. TWENTY TWO WERE INJURED.

* OCTOBER 31, 2013; A RECORD TORNADO OUTBREAK IN OUR REGION FOR
  OCTOBER WITH 17 TORNADOES.

* NOVEMBER 6, 2005; AN EF3 TORNADO DEVELOPED NEAR SMITH MILLS, KY
  BEFORE KILLING 25 IN THE EVANSVILLE, IN AREA.

* NOVEMBER 15, 2005; AN EF4 TORNADO STRUCK THE MADISONVILLE, KY
  AREA,INJURING 27 WITH THE LONGEST TRACK KY TORNADO (EF3) IN
  DECADES STRIKING MARSHALL AND ADJACENT COUNTIES.

* NOVEMBER 17, 2013; AN EF3 TORNADO KILLS 3 PEOPLE IN/NEAR BROOKPORT
  ILLINOIS.

AS A RESULT, IT IS VITAL THAT YOU BE PREPARED AS WE PROGRESS THROUGH
THE FALL TORNADO SEASON. EACH DAY THIS WEEK WE WILL DISCUSS A
VARIETY OF TOPICS IN PREPARATION OF OUR FALL SEVERE WEATHER
SEASON.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SEE HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/PADUCAH

$$

CORRECTED SMITH GROVE, KY TO SMITH MILLS, KY









000
NOUS43 KPAH 221402
PNSPAH
ILZ075>078-080>094-INZ081-082-085>088-KYZ001>022-MOZ076-086-087-
100-107>112-114-230215-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
902 AM CDT MON SEP 22 2014

...FALL BRINGS THE RISK OF MORE TORNADOES TO OUR REGION...

TORNADOES HAVE CAUSED LOSS OF LIFE AND MUCH DESTRUCTION IN OUR
REGION DURING THE FALL SEASON. LATE SEPTEMBER THROUGH OCTOBER AND
MUCH OF NOVEMBER TYPICALLY BRING MORE FAVORABLE CONDITIONS FOR
TORNADOES AND OTHER SEVERE THUNDERSTORM EVENTS SUCH AS LARGE HAIL
AND DAMAGING THUNDERSTORM WINDS. THIS INCREASE IS DRIVEN BY A MORE
DYNAMIC ATMOSPHERE THAT OCCURS DURING THE FALL TRANSITION TO
COOLER TEMPERATURES. THIS TRANSITION PERIOD SOMETIMES YIELDS LOW
PRESSURE SYSTEMS AND THEIR ASSOCIATED FRONTAL SYSTEMS THAT CAN
PROVIDE AN ENVIRONMENT FAVORABLE FOR SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS,
INCLUDING TORNADOES. SOME STARK REMINDERS OF OUR FALL TORNADO
THREAT INCLUDE:

* SEPTEMBER 22-23, 2006; 10 TORNADOES STRUCK OUR REGION, INCLUDING
  AN EF4 IN PERRY COUNTY, MO AND JACKSON COUNTY, IL.

* OCTOBER 18, 2007; 16 TORNADOES STRUCK OUR REGION INCLUDING AN
  EF3 TORNADO IN OWENSBORO, KY. TWENTY TWO WERE INJURED.

* OCTOBER 31, 2013; A RECORD TORNADO OUTBREAK IN OUR REGION FOR
  OCTOBER WITH 17 TORNADOES.

* NOVEMBER 6, 2005; AN EF3 TORNADO DEVELOPED NEAR SMITH GROVE, KY
  BEFORE KILLING 25 IN THE EVANSVILLE, IN AREA.

* NOVEMBER 15, 2005; AN EF4 TORNADO STRUCK THE MADISONVILLE, KY
  AREA,INJURING 27 WITH THE LONGEST TRACK KY TORNADO (EF3) IN
  DECADES STRIKING MARSHALL AND ADJACENT COUNTIES.

* NOVEMBER 17, 2013; AN EF3 TORNADO KILLS 3 PEOPLE IN/NEAR BROOKPORT
  ILLINOIS.

AS A RESULT, IT IS VITAL THAT YOU BE PREPARED AS WE PROGRESS THROUGH
THE FALL TORNADO SEASON. EACH DAY THIS WEEK WE WILL DISCUSS A
VARIETY OF TOPICS IN PREPARATION OF OUR FALL SEVERE WEATHER
SEASON.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SEE HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/PADUCAH

$$








000
NOUS43 KPAH 221402
PNSPAH
ILZ075>078-080>094-INZ081-082-085>088-KYZ001>022-MOZ076-086-087-
100-107>112-114-230215-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PADUCAH KY
902 AM CDT MON SEP 22 2014

...FALL BRINGS THE RISK OF MORE TORNADOES TO OUR REGION...

TORNADOES HAVE CAUSED LOSS OF LIFE AND MUCH DESTRUCTION IN OUR
REGION DURING THE FALL SEASON. LATE SEPTEMBER THROUGH OCTOBER AND
MUCH OF NOVEMBER TYPICALLY BRING MORE FAVORABLE CONDITIONS FOR
TORNADOES AND OTHER SEVERE THUNDERSTORM EVENTS SUCH AS LARGE HAIL
AND DAMAGING THUNDERSTORM WINDS. THIS INCREASE IS DRIVEN BY A MORE
DYNAMIC ATMOSPHERE THAT OCCURS DURING THE FALL TRANSITION TO
COOLER TEMPERATURES. THIS TRANSITION PERIOD SOMETIMES YIELDS LOW
PRESSURE SYSTEMS AND THEIR ASSOCIATED FRONTAL SYSTEMS THAT CAN
PROVIDE AN ENVIRONMENT FAVORABLE FOR SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS,
INCLUDING TORNADOES. SOME STARK REMINDERS OF OUR FALL TORNADO
THREAT INCLUDE:

* SEPTEMBER 22-23, 2006; 10 TORNADOES STRUCK OUR REGION, INCLUDING
  AN EF4 IN PERRY COUNTY, MO AND JACKSON COUNTY, IL.

* OCTOBER 18, 2007; 16 TORNADOES STRUCK OUR REGION INCLUDING AN
  EF3 TORNADO IN OWENSBORO, KY. TWENTY TWO WERE INJURED.

* OCTOBER 31, 2013; A RECORD TORNADO OUTBREAK IN OUR REGION FOR
  OCTOBER WITH 17 TORNADOES.

* NOVEMBER 6, 2005; AN EF3 TORNADO DEVELOPED NEAR SMITH GROVE, KY
  BEFORE KILLING 25 IN THE EVANSVILLE, IN AREA.

* NOVEMBER 15, 2005; AN EF4 TORNADO STRUCK THE MADISONVILLE, KY
  AREA,INJURING 27 WITH THE LONGEST TRACK KY TORNADO (EF3) IN
  DECADES STRIKING MARSHALL AND ADJACENT COUNTIES.

* NOVEMBER 17, 2013; AN EF3 TORNADO KILLS 3 PEOPLE IN/NEAR BROOKPORT
  ILLINOIS.

AS A RESULT, IT IS VITAL THAT YOU BE PREPARED AS WE PROGRESS THROUGH
THE FALL TORNADO SEASON. EACH DAY THIS WEEK WE WILL DISCUSS A
VARIETY OF TOPICS IN PREPARATION OF OUR FALL SEVERE WEATHER
SEASON.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SEE HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/PADUCAH

$$









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