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Snow & Ice Across the Rockies & Plains; Zeta Forecast to Head Toward the Gulf Coast

Snow and ice will continue over the central and southern Rockies and eastward into the High Plains through Tuesday along with record cold temperatures. Farther west, critical to extreme fire weather conditions are expected in the Desert Southwest, Great Basin, and California. Elsewhere, Zeta is forecast to be at or near hurricane strength as it approaches the northern Gulf Coast on Wednesday. Read More >

SKYWARN™ Spring 2020 Training

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

Interested? Come to a Training and Information Session.


6 - 730 PM Wednesday, April 1st

Virtual Weather Spotter Training


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A confirmation email will be sent to the email address used to register
for the webinar and will contain details on how to join the webinar.




6 - 730 PM Thursday, March 26th

Benton County, OR


Corvallis Fire Training Center

1275 NW 3rd Street

Corvallis, OR 97330




630 - 8 PM Monday, March 30th

Pacific County, WA


Board of County Commissioners Meeting Room

1216 Robert Bush Drive West

South Bend, WA 98586




12 - 130 PM Saturday, April 11th

Washington County, OR


The Griffith Park Building

Emergency Management Training Room (3rd Floor)

4755 SW Griffith Drive

Beaverton, OR 97005




3 - 430 PM Thursday, April 23rd

Wahkiakum County, WA


Johnson Park Community Center

30 Rosburg School Rd

Rosburg, WA 98643




630 - 8 PM Thursday, April 23rd

Wahkiakum County, WA


River Street Meeting Room

35 River Street

Cathlamet, WA 98612




6 - 730 PM Tuesday, May 5th

Columbia County, OR


City of St. Helens Library Auditorium

375 South 18th Street

St. Helens, OR 97051