TORNADO Act Progresses, Seeks to Improve Forecasting and Warning Times

A bipartisan bill intent on bringing better understanding, increased forecasting and warning times for tornadoes and severe weather passed the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation on Wednesday, May 10.
The TORNADO Act, short for Tornado Observations Research and Notification Assessment for Development of Operations, was reintroduced this year by Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) alongside colleagues from both sides of the aisle.
“I introduced the TORNADO Act to help protect against future loss of life and property,” Wicker said in praising the committee’s passage. “Improved forecasting is the best way to give residents more time to seek shelter. I appreciate my colleagues for seeing the value in this legislation, and I look forward to earning the support of the rest of the Senate.”…

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