Storm Safe is heading to the plains for the last stretch of the school year. Meteorologist Jessica Van Meter stopped at Jefferson Intermediate School in Rocky Ford, which is out in Otero County.
She talked with about 75 5th graders who made some wonderfully creative signs for her visit. They talked about severe weather and how to be safe when things change here in Colorado.
The Storm Safe Tour of the Plains wraps up next week with a last stop in Fowler.
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