The United States is home to more tornadoes than any other country, and storm shelters can be the difference between life and death for many people.More >> The United States is home to more tornadoes than any other country, and storm shelters can be the difference between life and death for many people.More >> Have you ever wondered how safe the food is in your refrigerator or freezer following a power outage? The last thing you want to deal with after a power outage is a bout of food poisoning or having toMore >> Many states are experiencing severe weather today. If you're in the line of storms, be sure to review our tips on how to stock up and preserve your food and supplies during a power outage!
More than 500 people died in 2011 from tornadoes making it the deadliest year for these storms since 1936. We can't change mother nature, but researchers are constantly trying to pinpoint where futureMore >> 2011 was the deadliest year for tornadoes since 1936, with more than 500 fatalities. More lives have been claimed by devastating storms this year, but there are several things you can do to keep your family and property safer.More >> You can call it 'riding out the storm', literally. "It's the whole bus underground," James Hunter explained. He and his wife buried an old school bus to make a creative storm shelter. "I'm ready for theMore >> When it comes to staying safe during a tornado or severe thunderstorm, experts often recommend an underground shelter. But building one can cost a pretty penny. Find out how one couple found a way to save money on their shelter.More >>