FREE TRAINING...The National Weather Service in Pueblo provides Severe Weather Awareness and Spotter Training sessions.  Typically the sessions are scheduled from late March through early May each year, and are a cooperative effort of local government officials and the National Weather Service.  The sessions are FREE OF CHARGE and usually open to everyone, except when noted.   Participants receive information about...

- the National Weather Service

- when and how to report severe weather

- the basics of thunderstorm development and storm structure

- basic severe weather safety tips.

An RSVP is required if you plan to attend. 

A typical session lasts between 1 1/2 hours and 2 hours.  Snacks and beverages are usually NOT provided.

 BELOW ARE THE SCHEDULED TRAINING SESSIONS... 

On-line SKYWARN training is also available.  For more information...click HERE.

A few SKYWARN webinars may also be made available.


April, 2015 - Upcoming
Day City, State Time Location
14 Pueblo, CO
(Pueblo County)
6:30pm MDT 101 W. 10th St. Pueblo, CO (please enter the building using the west door on the Main St. side)
Contact Information: thomas.magnuson@noaa.gov
20 Las Animas, CO
(Bent County)
6:30pm MDT Las Animas Fire Department 435 W 5th St.
Contact Information: thomas.magnuson@noaa.gov
21 Pueblo, CO
(Pueblo County)
6:30pm MDT 101 W. 10th St. Pueblo, CO (please enter the building using the west door on the Main St. side)
Contact Information: thomas.magnuson@noaa.gov


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