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FREEZING RAIN ADVISORY IN EFFECT FOR PORTIONS OF THE NORTH COUNTRY TONIGHT INTO MONDAY

Freezing rain and sleet will begin this evening and continue through the overnight hours before transitioning to plain rain mid-morning on Monday. Slick travel is expected tonight and into the Monday morning commute. Read More >

The primary way to become a certified SKYWARN™ storm spotter is to take the National Weather Service's online SKYWARN™ Spotter Training offered on the COMET/MetEd website located here. An alternative method is by attending one of our on-site SKYWARN™ training sessions. These are occasionally advertised online at the top of our website at www.weather.gov/btv. You may contact our SKYWARN™ program leader John Goff at john.goff@noaa.gov, or our Warning Coordination Meteorologist Scott Whittier at scott.whittier@noaa.gov additional questions or details. If you would like to set up a talk, here are the general requirements.

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