As technology continues to evolve, so does the methods to send reports of severe weather and other phenomena. For several years, the Espotter system has been a popular way to send reports to the National Weather Serivce. However, this system will likely be discontinued in 2013. It is planned to have a replacement system, but no further details are available. As a result, the following impacts will be felt:
The following are the current means to provide weather reports to the Northern Indiana Office:
If you are interested in becoming a spotter, click one of the following links to go to one of our Spotter program pages. Skywarn Spotter
For more details about Skywarn and reporting damage to the National Weather Service, send e-mail to the Warning Coordination Meteorologist - Michael Lewis.
For comments or question not related to these programs, send an email to the Webmaster link found below.
Last updated: April 30, 2013