That's absolutely correct, thus the problem . What to do?
If you think about it, there are quite a few things one can do in advance to be prepared, then heed the sirens, and be ready to go at a moment's notice.
To simply ignore them defeats the purpose of storm chasers who’d spent the last decade learning the characteristics of a storm system in order to put in place a network of warnings in the event of a killer storm.
I suppose the sensible thing might be to heed the sirens and prepare yourself for a bug-out. (Keep your WeatherBand Radio tuned to the local doppler info station, have copies of your essential papers readily at hand, do the leg-work concerning where there are at least two shelters in advance that you can get to both from home and if you're caught out away from home...
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