WICHITA, Kan. — When weather radios start sounding warnings in the Wichita area this spring, the computerized voice nicknamed Chance Storms won't just alert listeners to severe thunderstorms or tornado warnings. It will tell people how bad the storm will be and what type of damage to expect.
Weather service pilot project in Missouri, Kansas seeks better warnings
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