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More InformationWeather Spotter Class
Presented by The National Weather Service Wilmington, Ohio
February 1 at 7:00 PM
Hidden Valley Lake POA
19303 Schmarr Drive
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
The National Weather Service (NWS) office in Wilmington uses Doppler radar and satellite pictures as its primary tools to detect severe weather. However, the most important tool for observing thunderstorms is the trained eye of the storm spotter. Doppler radar gives indications inside a storm, but will not show the wind at ground level. It is impossible for any radar to detect every severe weather event in its coverage area, and radar occasionally suggests severe weather when, in fact, none is present. As a trained spotter, you perform an invaluable service for the NWS. Your real-time observations of tornadoes, hail, wind, and significant cloud formations provide a truly reliable information base for sever weather detections and verification. By providing observations, you are assisting meteorologists at Wilmington in their warning decisions, and enabling the NWS to fulfill its mission of protecting life and property. You are helping provide the citizens of your community with potentially life-saving information.
This class is free to attend.
Pre-Register for this class by emailing email@example.com or calling (812) 537-3971.
Co – Hosted By
Dearborn County EMA – Jason Sullivan, Director (812) 537-3971
Ohio County EMA – Laura Walston, Director (812) 438-2883
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