Archived Extreme Weather at Target

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buliSBI

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Monitoring weather in my area. Here is a Twitter pic of a group of guests taking cover in Domestics.
 

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I am far out from home right now at my in-laws. But the main storm was about 10 miles north and west of my place.

The pic was shown on the local news. As I remember, during times of extreme weather TMs are to escort guests to the firehall.
 

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One more pic..and its the best

 

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Man, if we ever get severe weather near my store, I'm grabbing a jacket and heading into the freezer.

Probably the sturdiest part of the store.

That or one of the coolers!
 
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at my store we are supposed to get up against the wall that is adjacent to the next store (We are only adjacent on one side).. But I work in market and will tell you I am going straight to the produce cooler if %^$# ever breaks out. Not only are you behind metal latched doors, but you would also have plenty of food/drink if you are stuck a lengthy time.
 
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I would of asked where is safest place to be? There is tornado room for that, at my store. My new etl's are saying, what? Then I take them to it..
 

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If it was me and it was tornado watch and really threatening weather, I'd just stay zoning in toys XD
 

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Fire aisle is the sturdiest/safest area in our store. We're on the end of a strip so not much in the way of adjacency.
 
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One more pic..and its the best


What exactly is a pillow gonna do if the roof collapses on your head


For the same damn reason our grandparents and/or parents were taught to "Duck & Cover" during a nuclear strike:



Where I grew up it was earthquake drills.

Duck & cover is the best option for an Earthquake if you can find something to hide under. Pillows will not protect you for fallen debris nor nuclear strikes.
 

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For the same damn reason our grandparents and/or parents were taught to "Duck & Cover" during a nuclear strike:


I remember those drills, those desks & girls not being allowed to wear pants to school unless it was below freezing.
Me, too. And about the pants, we could wear them under a skirt but had to remove them when we got to school.
 
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