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|2017 Spotter Training|
Scheduling for the 2017 Storm Spotter training season has begun. Classes will be held in March and April 2017. There were also two (2) online webinars available.
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 2 hours.
Main NWS La Crosse contact for spotter training is Todd Shea, Warning Coordination Meteorologist.
Last Updated: 11/2/16
|March 2||6:30 p.m.||Monroe||Fort McCoy, WI||Base Personnel Only|
Surrounding NWS Forecast Office Spotter Schedules:
Outline of the 2016 Presentation