Spotter September Snowfall Reports
Monthly and Seasonal Snowfall:
If you reported snowfall in October, feel free to send me an email to email@example.com. Since most stations probably had zero snowfall in October, I will assume zero snowfall for your station. You only need to email if you had accumlating snowfall or a trace.
- Here is the link for the new snow season. Please make sure all your station information is correct. http://www.crh.noaa.gov/bou/?n=sno1415
- If you would like your station added to the 2014-15 snow season, please send me a quick e-mail with station name, elevation, and location to firstname.lastname@example.org
New Submit Storm Report Form Available!
- There is a new and improved spotter report from on the upper left hand corner of our home page, with the link at www.srh.noaa.gov/StormReport/SubmitReport.php.
- The old report form will still be availabe from our SKYWARN page at www.crh.noaa.gov/bou/awebphp/svrrport.php. For now you can use either one as both forms will send your reports in real time to one of our staff. Let us know what you think of the new page. Comments can be directed to email@example.com
All 2014 Spotter Training Completed!
- New spotter notification letters from all the July spotter training have been processed and letters mailed out.
- If you attended training for the first time, a letter including your spotter number will arrive in the mail. If you were already a trained spotter, no additional notificaiton will be made. However, your attendance will be noted in our spotter database along with any changes to your phone number and address.
- 1,273 spotters were trained during 2014! Thanks for attending.
- If you have moved and changed addresses or phone numbers, please send me a quick note with the change to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Spotter news can be found from the top of our web page in the News of the Day.
- The E-Spotter site has been disabled. Please submit reports via the Bou/Denver web page or use the 800 line.
Thanks for all your continuing support in the Spotter Program. Scott EntrekinReturn to News Archive