This week on CW 14 Focus host Robert Hornacek was joined by two guests to discuss Severe Weather Awareness Week, which starts on Monday.
FOX 11 chief meteorologist Patrick Powell and Jeff Last from the National Weather Service talked about the upcoming severe weather season.
They also talked about the importance of being prepared for severe weather and having a weather radio.
"Having a weather radio, it's like having a smoke alarm," Powell said. "If there's a tornado in the middle of the night and you're sleeping, we could do cut-ins on TV all night long and you won't know. So having that weather alarm to jar you alert and wake you up and let you know something bad is happening and then turn on FOX 11, turn on one of our radio partners. Listen, get information as best you can, and then take action."
CW 14 Focus is a weekly, half-hour interview program that focuses on the issues important to people in northeast Wisconsin. Each week, Robert Hornacek will sit down with a different guest and go beyond the sound bites. The program will highlight the people making a difference in the community and give viewers an opportunity to get in depth perspective. CW 14 airs Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
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