Skywarn Weather Spotter Class

Ham Radio & Emergency Preparedness

The Vital Role of Ham Radio in Disaster Preparedness-Immediate and Reliable Communication During Infrastructure Failures.

Ham radio group plays behind-the-scenes role in flood response

a valuable resource in the Response and Recovery phases of many disasters

Fall River County Emergency Management with the National Weather Service will be conducting a SKYWARN Weather Spotter Training class April 9th at the Annex building at 6:30PM

You'll learn:

• Basics of thunderstorm development • Fundamentals of storm structure • Identifying potential severe weather • features • Information to report • How to report information • Basic severe weather safety

These volunteers help keep their local communities safe by providing timely and accurate reports of severe weather to the National Weather Service.

NWS SKYWARN Storm Spotter Program

Training is free and typically lasts about 2 hours.

The Hot Springs Amateur Radio Club Meeting will be held at 5:30PM April 9th

Who Are SKYWARN® Severe Weather Spotters?

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