2019 has already been an above average year for tornadoes, a preliminary count shows there have already been 697. USA Today says, "in a typical year, from January through December, roughly 1,200 tornadoes hit the U.S., according to the National Severe Storms Laboratory." 

You probably know to head to the basement during severe weather outbreaks but what if you're not home. What if you're on the road? Imagine driving down the highway or interstate and seeing a tornado drop down from the sky. What you do in the next few seconds could be the difference between life and death. Alexandra Wilson from the Weather Channel used Immersive Mixed Reality in the video below to demonstrate what you should and what you shouldn't do.

The best advice in this video is to monitor the forecast before you travel and plan accordingly.