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Preparing for Severe Weather Threats with Spectrum News

July 01, 2021

Charter is committed to supporting the communities where our customers and employees live and work, especially in times of need and crisis. For states that often fall in the crosshairs of tornadoes and other severe storms, this means keeping our customers informed, safe, and connected during these dangerous weather events.

Our Spectrum News weather teams provide storm preparedness checklists and useful guidance to help viewers prepare and stay safe. By using state-of-the-art technology, our expert meteorologists provide precise, hyperlocal, and up-to-date forecasts as storms develop and are equipped with the tools necessary to inform communities as storms move through their communities. 

During the spring and summer, certain regions of Kentucky become prone to tornadoes, which can wreak havoc on the homes and businesses that fall in their paths. To help Kentuckians be prepared, Spectrum News 1 Kentucky’s Chief Meteorologist Wes Callison offers viewers lifesaving tips to remain safe in the event of a tornado warning. These include:

  • Get inside a sturdy structure
  • Move to the lowest level of your home
  • Choose an interior room without windows
  • Cover and protect your head 

 

 

Our work serving communities begins long before these dangerous storms build up steam – Spectrum News provides 24/7 news, sports, and weather coverage on over 30 news channels in 9 states and on the Spectrum News App. Charter is committed to supporting the communities we serve when they need it most, including by helping prepare ahead of the storm, safely restoring service as quickly as possible, and rebuilding afterwards.

See more on how Spectrum News is keeping us connected when it matters most.