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    NWS Ramps Up Tornado Warnings

    Debris litters the front of the Henryville Middle School which received extensive damage from storms that rolled through the area Friday, March 2, 2012, in Henryville, Ind. Tornadoes ripped across several small southern Indiana towns on Friday, killing at least three people and leaving behind miles of flattened devastation along the border with Kentucky. (AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley)

    Timothy D. Easley / AP Photo

    The National Weather Service is testing out new tornado warnings, designed to better communicate the dangers of approaching storms in an emergency. The current warning system issues virtually the same warning for any storm, resulting in a “cry wolf” effect that causes many people to ignore warnings no matter how severe the weather. The new warnings will include works like “mass devastation,” “unsurvivable,” and “catastrophic.”

    Read it at The Associated Press