What should I keep in my tornado shelter?

Items to keep in your tornado safe space. Water and snacks. Water and munchies are a must for everyone in your safe space. Plan ahead with water bottles and non-perishables. Baby and toddler food., and noaa radio., and protective gear., and more items.

The important thing is to have your tornado shelter kit ready! Make sure your supplies checklist has been met and your shelter checklist is in order. Don’t forget food and water, first aid kit, non perishable food and a battery powered radio.

Some have found that we own a fire safe box. 2 Water and a bucket. We keep about 6 bottles of water in the shelter. We have “treats” or snacks in here that I know are well liked, but also serve dual purposes. A few extra things to pay attention too are: 4 change of clothing, and 5 blankets.

How can you stay safe when a tornado is coming?

The best way to stay safe during a tornado is to be prepared with the following items: Fresh batteries and a battery-operated TV, radio, or internet-enabled device to listen to the latest emergency weather informationA tornado emergency plan including access to a safe shelter for yourself, your family, people with special needs, and your petsAn emergency kit (including water, non-perishable food, and medication)More items.

What should you do when you see a tornado?

What to Do in a Tornado Warning. Find the lowest room. People fortunate enough to be inside a sturdy building with structurally sound walls should head for the lowest room in the building. A few extra items to keep in mind are head for the stairs in your office, find the most central room, take cover, keep clear of heavy objects, don’t attempt to outrun a tornado, leave your mobile home, or find the right outdoor location.

One query we ran across in our research was “Where is the safest place to go during a tornado?”.

Well, if possible, get inside a building. If shelter is unavailable or there is no time to get indoors, lie in a ditch or low-lying area or crouch near a strong building. Use your arms to protect your head and neck. Stay alert to the potential for flooding.

How much food do you need to survive a tornado?

Your first focus should be on stocking ample food and water in your storm shelter. Strive to have at least five to seven days’ worth of food and water per person. Many people have a rotating food storage system; just relocate some of this food to your tornado shelter so you have access to emergency rations when you really need it.