The Norman, Okla., City Council has approved spending more than $70,000 on a lightning-detection system for parks. The existing system, which has become unreliable, was installed in 2000. The equipment, which monitors atmospheric conditions, sounds an alarm when storm conditions become unsafe.
Okla. city council invests in lightning-detection system
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