Tag: tornado warning
A tornado warning for St. Louis County led students across campus to seek shelter—though many students could barely hear the sirens. According to Mark Bagby, Washington University’s emergency management coordinator, there have been no reports that sirens did not go off as expected, and a silent test conducted this morning proved the system to be operational.
Sirens split through the air on Saturday afternoon, alerting students a possible incoming coming tornado. Though the tornado didn’t touch down on campus, the weather took a turn for the unusual. The tornado alarms went off on campus at around 4:10 p.m., following the warning issued by the national weather service by about 10 minutes. St.
Not even a tornado warning could stop ThurtenE. Despite almost constant rain and high-speed winds, people from the Washington University and St. Louis communities did not hesitate to come out to Brookings Drive for this year’s carnival. The carnival, which is in its 75th year and is run by ThurtenE, a junior honorary, bore a “Choose Your Own Adventure” theme.