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An update, online version of the original Storm Spotter Guides produced by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the National Weather Service. Welcome to the Storm Spotter Guides Online! This was last updated March 3, 2011. Please be sure to read the disclaimer at the bottom of the page, then choose a module. This section is for those that have some basic thunderstorm...
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The conference is geared for experienced storm spotters and weather enthusiasts, but is open to all. If you are interested in further developing your storm spotting skills and meteorological knowledge, this workshop is the perfect place for you. If you are a public safety official and would like to hear more about the latest weather technologies that can make your community safer, please join...
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Skywarn Storm Spotter message forum, resources, galleries and training schedule. Need help with SkywarnForum.com website and forum issues? Want to make suggestions? Want to submit general feedback about the forum? This is the section to do this! Discuss amateur radio, HAM radio and Skywarn...
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Most members of each of these organizations are trained Skywarn Spotters. Members report sightings and observations to the net control operator, who in turn passes information meeting severe criteria on to the forecasters at the NWS JAX headquarters. These observations are a significant help to...
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These sessions are a must for anyone who plans on spotting or storm observing, and they are great info for the average person interested in weather, or who just want a better understanding severe weather in general. The estimated expenses for a calendar year is around $275. We still need over...
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During severe weather events, the Piedmont Spotter Group supports Charlotte Regional Skywarn. We provide them with valuable weather reports, and they in turn send them to the NWS. The Piedmont Spotter Group isn’t a Club, we’re a group, and anyone can join in and be a part of it. To be a part of the group, just participate in our nets and during severe weather. When severe weather is occurring...
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