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NWS Binghamton SKYWARN and Webinar Schedule Resuming in Fall 2022: with some in person classes. 

If you have any questions about the classes, please contact (right click on the links below to copy the email address or click/tap to start up your email program).

Mitchell Gaines at mitchell.gaines@noaa.gov

or

Bryan Greenblatt at Bryan.Greenblatt@noaa.gov

Our e-mail system has had technical issues with some e-mails outside our orgainzation getting lost.

If you have not received a response in one week time, please call us at (607) 798-6620

 

Having technical difficulties with the web page: e-mail: Ron.Murphy@noaa.gov

Confirmation e-mails for registration will be sent after registering. Audio for the courses will now be done on the computer. We will also post and record a presentation to be viewed for those who can't make it to a webinar. You are not required to give all the information on the registration form N/A can be used.

Date Time Class Format To Register See Below
11/16 6:30-8:30 pm Winter Skywarn Virtual

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3579084496974143243

 

11/17 6:00-8:00 pm Winter Skywarn In Person

Bradford County Public Safety Center 

29 VanKuren Drive Towanda, PA 18848

Register HERE

11/21 6:30-8:30 pm Winter Skywarn In Person

Oneonta Municipal Airport 

391 Airport Road Oneonta, NY 13820

Register HERE

12/07 2-4 pm Winter Skywarn In Person

Cornell Cooperative Extension

425 Pennsylvania Ave, Elmira NY  14904  - Room 110

Register HERE

 

Thank you for your interest. You can go through an on-line recorded SKYWARN class for basic severe, advanced severe, flood or winter. Once you complete these trainings, email your location name and contact information to Mitchell.Gaines@noaa.gov. This is only for New York and Pennsylvania counties within our area of coverage. If you are viewing these videos outside of NY and PA, please follow up with your local National Weather Service office.  While not included in the videos, information on HAM radio networks across the region is listed below.  Also, we do not give out spotter ID's. 

About SKYWARN: Our program is a year round program.  Our goal is to train you how to accurately report severe weather to us, ranging from snowfall measurements, to severe weather (hail, wind, tornadoes, flooding).  We offer a Basic SKYWARN and an Advanced SKYWARN in our spring/early summer season, and a Basic Winter SKYWARN in the fall.  Flood SKYWARN is done throughout the year based on interest.  Anyone is welcome to attend the Basic SKYWARN classes, there is no age requirement and you do not need to have had prior training.  For our Advanced classes we require that you have attended (1) of our previous SKYWARN classes in the past 3 years.  This can include either our spring or winter version.  For Skywarn questions, email Mitchell Gaines or Bryan Greenblatt at Mitchell.Gaines@noaa.gov, Bryan.Greenblatt@noaa.gov. 

 

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