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The National Weather Service relies on trained volunteers to supplement doppler radar information when severe storms and tornadoes threaten. These dedicated individuals volunteer their time to learn about and detect severe weather. Their valuable cooperation is important in the warning process. Weather reports from trained spotters are used along with doppler radar data to issue warnings of tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, and flash floods.


skywarn Severe Weather Spotter Talk Schedule


Below is a listing of upcoming severe weather spotter talks...


April, 2014 - Upcoming
Day City, State Time Location
22 Powell, WY
(Park County)
6:30pm MDT Northwest College Fagerberg Building, Room 70
Contact Information: chris.jones@noaa.gov

May, 2014 - Upcoming
Day City, State Time Location
08 Green River, WY
(Sweetwater County)
6:00pm MDT Green River Fire Station Corner of Hitching Post & Shoshone
Contact Information: bill.murrell@noaa.gov
13 Pinedale, WY
(Sublette County)
6:00pm MDT Sublette County BOCES Room 111 665 N Tyler - Pinedale
Contact Information: bill.murrell@noaa.gov
20 Casper, WY
(Natrona County)
6:00pm MDT Wold Physical Science Building Wheeler Auditorium, Room 103
Contact Information: chris.jones@noaa.gov
22 Worland, WY
(Washakie County)
6:00pm MDT TBD
Contact Information: chris.jones@noaa.gov

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