WHAT SHOULD I DO TO STAY SAFE DURING A TORNADO?IN YOUR HOME Go to a basement or interior room on the lowest floor. A small windowless bathroom or central closet is a good place if you do not have a basement in your home. Use blankets and pillows to protect yourself from flying debris. Listen to KTRE or NOAA Weather Radio for an all clear and updates on the weather.IN A SCHOOL Go to an interior room or hallway on the lowest floor of the buidling. Stay away from windows! Stay away from areas with wide-span roofs such as auditoriums and gyms. Make a severe weather plan for your school NOW before severe weather strikes!IN A MOBILE HOME A mobile home is NOT a safe place to be during a tornado. You must leave the mobile home and seek shelter in a substantial shelter. If substantial shelter is not available, lie flat in the nearest ditch with your hands covering your head.IN YOUR CAR Do NOT try to outrun a tornado in your car! Abandon your vehicle and go to the nearest substantial shelter. If a nearby substantial shelter is not available, lie flat in the nearest ditch with your hands covering your head. Seeking shelter under a highway overpass is NOT safe!OUTSIDE If you are caught outside and cannot get to shelter, lie flat in the nearest ditch with your hands covering your head.