Saturday, April 28, 2007

Are you one of these folks?

If not, I hope you will be! I am.

SKYWARN STORM SPOTTERS HAVE THEIR EYES ON THE SKY
FOR NOAA’S NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE


April 13, 2007 — Spring marks the start of the severe weather season across much of the nation and the NOAA National Weather Service will be there for you if severe weather threatens your area. But did you ever wonder what you can do to help protect yourself, your family and neighbors? Have you considered becoming a trained NOAA Skywarn storm spotter? A trained storm spotter knows their local weather hazards, the visual clues of threatening weather and how to get critical weather information to the local weather service office and emergency managers in a timely manner.

3 comments:

Dewdrop said...

I am!!! ;-)

Mike said...

OK, readers and authors, who is and who wants to be? Let me encourage you to contact your local NWS. If you read this blog, you will be GLAD you did! Promise!!!

eyestothesky said...

first of all I think you guys need a contact in west coast florida.
I myself jess think i would be the perfect person!!
second help!!!!
How can i get a skywarn class closer to home??
third do I realy need a hamm radio??