Spring Weather Awareness Presentations for North-Central Kansas and South-Central Nebraska


This spring will bring another round of severe and hazardous weather to south central Nebraska and north central Kansas. The National Weather Service (NWS) and your local Emergency Management Agencies want you to be knowledgeable and prepared regarding potentially severe and hazardous springtime weather. The following is information regarding 2010 Spring Weather Awareness presentations in south central Nebraska and north central Kansas. The list will be updated frequently, so check back for the latest information about a presentation in your area.


  • The meetings will last about 2 hours and will be divided into two sections.
  • The first section will focus on Basic Storm Spotting information and last 45 to 60 minutes.
  • The second section will consist of Advanced Storm Spotting information. It will focus on Severe Weather Event Preparation for a Spotter with radar interpretation and event scenario
  • Each multimedia presentation will be conducted by a NWS meteorologist.
  • The meetings are free. All spotters and the general public are encouraged to attend a presentation in your area.


Contact the National Weather Service in Hastings, NE or your local Emergency Management Agency for additional information.


March, 2015 - Upcoming
Day City, State Time Location
30 Mankato, KS
(Jewell County)
6:30pm CDT Community Center
Contact Information: michael.moritz@noaa.gov
30 Guide Rock, NE
(Webster County)
6:30pm CDT Fire Station
Contact Information: michael.moritz@noaa.gov
30 Alma, NE
(Harlan County)
6:30pm CDT Johnson Center/Fire Station
Contact Information: michael.moritz@noaa.gov
31 Central City, NE
(Merrick County)
6:30pm CDT Fire Station
Contact Information: michael.moritz@noaa.gov
 

For more detailed information on "spotter talks", including spotter field guides and a glossary, click here

 

 

 

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