There was plenty of great weather this week at the State Fair of West Virginia, but severe weather is still on the minds of many.
A few raindrops fell at the fair Friday, but there was the potential for much more.
Al Whitaker, Director of Homeland Security and Emergency Management in Greenbrier County, said he's constantly monitoring the weather with safety in mind.
He shared some tips in the event of a storm.
"Any building will work," Whitaker said. "The biggest thing is, we don't want you under a tent. Get out, get inside somewhere, especially if it's lightning."
Whitaker said they have a severe weather place in place.
That includes sending emergency text messages to those signed up and utilizing the PA system at the fair.