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High Swim Risk Through Tonight

There is a high swim risk on Lake Huron beaches through tonight across northeast Lower Michigan as a result from gusty winds and high waves.  Scattered/light showers will linger into Friday along with cooler temperatures before turning mostly dry and Read More >

Spotter Training Calendar - NWS Gaylord


Below is the calendar of spotter training classes scheduled across northern Michigan.  If you are unable to make it to a training class or would like a refresher on weather spotter principles, there are several on-line storm spotter training modules and reference materials available:

Do you have questions about SKYWARN or becoming a spotter?  Click here for our SKYWARN FAQ page.  Most sessions are open to the general public with no need to pre-register.  All training is free and usually lasts around 1.5 hours.

If you have questions about any upcoming event or the spotter program, contact NWS Gaylord Meteorologist Matt Gillen.  

Be sure to click on the location on the calendar below for additional details.