Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas
Areas of the Southern to Central Plains are part of Tornado Alley, so it is fairly obvious these states are quite active. The dominant states in this region all see tornado averages that peak in May. We would like to point out that Texas has tornado averages in every month of the year! Both the western (and partly mountainous) states of New Mexico and Colorado see their tornado averages peak in June. New Mexico ranks relatively low on the scale mostly because it is located in a dry region.
Check out the tornado averages by month in the following states:
The western and mountainous state of Colorado sees their peak tornado season occur in June on average. They average about 53 tornados per year. Take a look at the Colorado tornado averages by month below.
Don’t wait any longer to keep your family safe! Request more information about our storm shelters – we are here to help!
Kansas is a very active state when it comes to tornados. Located in Tornado Alley, the average number of storms that strike each year is currently at 96. Below are the average number of tornados that hit Kansas each month.
New Mexico ranks relatively low on the scale of big tornado states because it is tucked into an arid region, often west of the dry line, and it is harder to get moisture into the southern reaches of its plains. Take a look at the New Mexico tornado averages by month below.
Keep your family safe by ordering your storm shelter today! Ground Zero would love to help!
Parts of Texas are considered part of Tornado Alley, and high storm season starts in early spring and runs through early summer. Check out the average number of tornados that hit Texas by month.
Don’t wait any longer! Keep your family safe by ordering a tornado shelter today!
What type of ventilation do storm shelters have?
Ground Zero’s tornado shelters have different ventilation depending on the model. Our underground garage units have 360 degrees of passive ventilation around the back lid / cover (it is lifted up slightly to provide adequate ventilation). It also has two hand holes that can work as vents as well. The above ground safe rooms have two vent holes cut into the door that allows air to flow easily as well as ventilation around the entire door. Our outside underground concrete units come with a 6” wind turbine and a 6” vent for ventilation.
Don’t wait any longer! Keep your family safe by ordering a storm shelter today.
|Go to > 8 9 10 11 12 13 14||