2013 Severe Weather Spotter Classes have Ended for Southern Wisconsin (Updated 6/17)

Severe weather spotter classes for South-central, East-central, and Southeast Wisconsin have ended


Prior to attending the classes, we encouraged you to review four severe weather spotter slide sets in the 'Slide Shows' section on our SkyWarn Page and read the material on the  Scary-Looking Cloud Club web page.  The 4 spotter slides sets are what was going to be presented in the spotter classes - Basic, Intermiate, Advanced, and Elite.

You were not required to attend a Basic-Intermediate class into order to attend an Advanced-Elite class.  However, material  presented in the Advanced-Elite class builds on material presented in the Basic-Intermediate class.  If you couldn't attend a Basic/Intermediate class prior to attending an Advanced/Elite class, we wanted you to at least review the Basic and Intermediate slide sets on our SkyWarn Page.

Additonal training material can be found on web sites maintained by MASA and MidWest SSTRC.

The Sullivan Committee oversees the support various Volunteer Groups provide WFO Milwaukee/sullivan during severe weather operations.

There are more on-line storm spotter training materials available at:

Other Near-by Spotter Classes:

Northeast Wisconsin

Southwest & West-central Wisconsin

Northeast Illinois

Northwest Illinois  

Kapela/REM/ET, WFO Milwaukee/Sullivan

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