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Flash Flood Risk across the Ohio Valley Today; Severe Storms Possible from the Ohio Valley to Southern Plains

Thunderstorms will produce additional heavy rainfall across much of the Ohio Valley through this evening, leading to a moderate risk for flash flooding due to grounds already being saturated across the region. Elsewhere, severe thunderstorms are possible from the Ohio Valley to the Southern Plains, and critical fire weather conditions are forecast across parts of the Pacific Northwest today. Read More >

SKYWARN™ Spring 2019 Training

The National Weather Service welcomes volunteers with an interest in severe weather spotting. The SKYWARN™ program is a voluntary noble civic service. Reports made by spotters provide visual confirmation of potentially severe weather and aid forecasters in issuing warnings.

Interested? Come to a Training and Information Session.


6 - 7 PM Tuesday, April 23th

 Virtual Weather Spotter Training

A confirmation email will be sent once registration is completed. This email will include information on how to view the webinar and how to listen to the webinar's audio.


630 - 8 PM Thursday, April 25th

Hood River County, OR


Hood River Fire Department

TyTaylor Fire Station - Leonard Hay Community Room

1785 Meyer Parkway

Hood River, OR 97031



630 - 8 PM Wednesday, May 1st

Lane County, OR


Eugene Springfield Fire Station #2

1705 W 2nd Ave

Eugene, OR 97402



6 - 730 PM Tuesday, May 7

Clatsop County, OR


Clatsop County EOC

33168 Patriot Way, Building 7022

Warrenton, OR 97146



7 - 830 PM Thursday, May 9th

Clackamas County, OR


14340 S Donovan Rd

Oregon City, OR 97045



630 - 8 PM Tuesday, May 21st

Marion County, OR


Marion County Public Works, Willamette Room

5155 Silverton Road NE

Salem, OR 97305