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Last Update/Change May 15, 2016

Background Info:
1. Unless indicated classes are free and open to the public with a in-person instructor.
2. You do not have to be a spotter to attend.
3. Classes cover severe weather identification, evaluation, reporting, and safety.
4. Class runs about 2 hours including a midway 10-15 minute break.
6. Unless noted programs are at the 'Basic' (beginner/refresher) training level.
7. Some NWS offices accept on-line training in lieu of in-person training. Milwaukee Skywarn recommends doing the on-line course for the base line training and the in-person session for local and NWS contact information. Training dates are also listed on each NWS website.

According to National Weather Service data there are now 350,000-400,000 total trained storm spotters.
SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN
Training conducted by Milwaukee Area Skywarn Association or the National Weather Service.



2016 TRAING CLASSES ARE COMPLETED.






NORTHEAST WISCONSIN:
NWS Green Bay




2016 TRAINING CLASSESD ARE COMPLETED.













SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN:
NWS La Crosse






2016 TRAINING CLASSES ARE COMPLETED.




WESTERN WISCONSIN:
NWS Minneapolis


2016 TRAINING CLASSSES ARE COMPLETED.




NORTHWEST WISCONSIN:
NWS Duluth


2016 TRAINING CLASSES ARE COMPLETED.


ON-LINE COURSES:

ROLE OF THE SKYWARN SPOTTER
(Comet Training Module)


SKYWARM SPOTTER CONVECTIVE
BASIC (Comet Training Module)

Spotter schedules are polled from National Weather Service lists and local submissions. This list is updated once or twice per week.
Last minute changes or updates may not always be immediately posted. Check with the sponsoring agency for more information.
Your are here:  http://www.mke-skywarn.org/schedule.htm
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