When severe weather strikes, everyone is at risk, whether you're at home, work, school, or on the road. You turn to meteorologists like Travis Meyer and the WARN team to help keep you safe.
Thursday, Governor Mary Fallin met with our Chief Meteorologist Travis Meyer and other meteorologists from around the state to look for new and better ways to get severe weather alerts to the public.
Their discussion focused on where and when to take shelter, how information gets relayed, and school safety procedures.
The governor got the idea for Thursday's meeting after watching coverage of the May tornado outbreak.