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Severe weather plans are in place for Thunder, Barons games in Oklahoma City

Published: April 13, 2012

The Thunder and the Barons are both gearing up for playoff runs. But playoff time in Oklahoma City is right in the middle of tornado season. There are plans in place at both arenas in case severe weather occurs during a game.

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