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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) — Oklahoma weather can be beautiful and downright dangerous.

While the threat for severe storms can happen any time of year, the peak is spring with a focus on April, May, and June.

Please watch all 4 parts so you will know why it is important to know how to keep your family 4Warned!

Have an emergency plan

Have multiple ways to receive warnings. The 4WarnMe Weather app is an excellent way to stay on top of severe weather and stay 4Warned.

You can track the storms on interactive Radar.

You can also track the watches and warnings.

According to the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management, if you don’t have a below-ground storm shelter, well-constructed homes and buildings provide life-saving protection from 98 percent of Oklahoma’s tornadoes. Take shelter in a closet, bathroom, interior hallway or other interior room with no windows on the lowest level of the house or building.