Early one Saturday in August 1992, South Floridians discovered they had 48 hours to brace for, or flee from, the newly formed Andrew, which would become one of the nation’s most infamous hurricanes.
Oklahomans got all of 16 minutes before Monday’s tornado. And that was more time than most past twisters have allowed.
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