National Weather Service releases spring...

Posted at 9:23 AM, Feb 17, 2016
and last updated 2016-02-17 10:51:39-05

The Green Bay and Milwaukee National Weather Service Offices have released their 2016 SKYWARN storm spotter training schedule for this spring. The objective of the class is to train individuals to be storm spotters for the National Weather Service when severe weather threatens.

The SKYWARN program has been working with local organizations and private citizens who have a desire to serve their communities for years. SKYWARN volunteers receive training in severe storm identification and evolution, and when severe weather threatens, they become "storm spotters", reporting information in real-time to their local National Weather Service office. All the classes are free and last around 2 hours. There are also a few web-seminar classes if you can't make it to one of the on-site seminars. Pre-registration for these classes is required only if specifically stated on the schedule. Additional classes will be added to the list if local officials request a class in their area.

Click the link below for more information on the SKYWARN Spotter program and more severe weather resources.


March 22nd: 6 PM - Manitowoc

March 29th: 6 PM - Hilbert

March 30th: 6 PM - Waupaca

April 6th: 6 PM - Sturgeon Bay

April 9th: 10 AM - Appleton Area

April 19th: 6:30 PM - WEB SEMINAR

April 21st: 10 AM - Rhinelander

April 26th: 6 PM - Oshkosh

April 27th: 6 PM - Wausau

April 27th: 6 PM - Luxemburg

April 28th: 6 PM - Shawano

May 4th: 7 PM - Green Bay

May 12th: 6 PM - Merrill

For more information including location details of these classes click HERE--->


April 4th: 6:30 PM - Sheboygan Falls

April 19th: 6:30 PM - Fond Du Lac

For more information including location details of these classes click HERE--->