Early storms open door to severe weather education

When the sky looks ominous, the best thing to do is head indoors and seek out more information through T.V., radio, smart phone apps or a NOAA Weather Radio, Steve Berg of Wright County Emergency Management says. (photo by Bob Zimmerman)

Severe weather is often a rite of spring, but this year it came a little early.
On March 6, the earliest tornados in the history of Minnesota touched down, including one in Zimmerman, and were part of the same system that passed through Maple Lake, setting off sirens and sending residents scurrying for cover.

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