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Join us for Severe Weather Week

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LAWTON, OK (KSWO) –We’re only a few days away from our 5th Season show, Q&A and other fun extras as we kick off our Severe Weather Week.

Starting Wednesday, March 23, we aired our 5th Season show on KSWO and then hosted a 30-minute Q&A on our live stream. If you missed either, click here and get caught up. If you don’t have a computer handy, you can watch the 5th Season Show on the 7News app. Go to kswo.com/apps to download it if you haven’t already done so.

Friday, March 25, we’ll be out at the Vaska on Northwest Ferris Avenue in Lawton. We’re going to broadcast our 6 p.m. weather segments. Once the news is done at 7 p.m., the Vaska will have a special showing of “Twister” for free.

On Saturday, March 26, we’ll be out at the Museum of the Great Plains with special vendors. They’ll be on hand to let you know about the great products and services they have to offer, like generators for when the power goes out. You can never be too prepared when it comes to severe weather.

After stopping by the vendors’ tables, check out the museum. The entry fee is being waived that day so bring the family, learn, play and have a good time. Aside from the amazing exhibits the museum has, our meteorologists will be out there talking with everyone and holding special learning sessions in the auditorium at the bottom of every hour—10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m.

Even if you’ve lived in Texoma your entire life, it doesn’t hurt to get a refresher course on severe weather and how to stay safe.

For more about the 5th Season Severe Weather Week, click here.

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