Spotter Alerts: E-spotter, April snowfall maps/ tables, and upcoming Spotter Training
- The eSpotter site is temporarily working but is not a reliable way to send spotter reports, and in the future may be disabled permanently. Most of the spotters within the NWS Boulder/Denver forecast area do not use the E-Spotter System anyway. You can continue submitting reports via the Bou/Denver web page or use the 800 line as usual.
Spotter Training Update:
- The latest training schedule is at http://www.crh.noaa.gov/bou/?n=spot_training. There are only a few left for this year. When registering for a training session please use the contact point noted on the schedule.
- All spotter training through May 7th has been processed. New spotters letters from training at Front Range CC (5/6) will be mailed out on May 14th. New spotter letters from training at Brighton (5/7) and Parker (4/29) were mailed out on May 13th. Letters from training at Elbert (5/4) and Metro State (4/28) were mailed out May 7th. Centennial (4/29) letters were mailed out on May 6th. Fort Collins (4/22) and Evergreen (4/27) training sessions were mailed out Monday, April 29th.
- If you attended training in 2013 and are already an existing spotter, you will receive no notification, but the spotter database will be updated to reflect your last training attended and any changes in personal information noted on the signup sheets.
- If you have forgotten your spotter number or need the procedures and guidelines you can email me at email@example.com. I will be happy to update you with those materials.
Monthly Snowfall (updated May 14th)
- If you have moved and changed addresses or phone numbers, please send me a quick note with the change.
- Due to the size of the group and our current email lists, we are growing above the bounds of our NWS e-mail server. In the future, spotter news will be found from our web page in the News of the Day. OF course you may still e-mail me with questions and changes to phone numbers and addresses at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your continued support in the spotter program.
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