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SKYWARN Basic Spotter Class

Post by KB2MXV » Sun Oct 11, 2020 6:15 pm

The following information was provided by Rich W3OFD

If you would like to register for a Skywarn class, please use this link: https://www.weather.gov/ctp/spottertalk ... xgka8sorG8

From: NWS State College [mailto:ctp.stormreports@noaa.gov]
To: John Banghoff - NOAA Federal; Rachel Gutierrez - NOAA Federal
Cc: Jonathan Guseman - NOAA Federal
Subject: NWS SkyWarn Follow-Up

Good morning all,

Thank you for attending the virtual Skywarn spotter class on October 8, 2020. If you would like to view the video again, you can at any time by visiting:



Attached you will find 6 forms: http://www.w3twa.org/files/Skywarn%20Basic%20Docs.zip
• Spotter Reporting Guidelines: Contact info for NWS State College and a reminder of what to report.
• Repeaters_Latest: Map of HAM Radio repeaters in Central PA
• Basic Skywarn Talk 2020: A copy of the slides for your reference.
• Course Completion Certificate: Print for your records
• Skywarn Welcome Letter
• What to Report

You can also access the Weather Spotter Field Guide by clicking the link to access a detailed packet of information about anything and everything related to severe weather.

To officially record your attendance at the SKYWARN class, please fill out the form below as soon as possible. The information you share is confidential and will only be used for our spotter database.

SKYWARN Registration Form

Upon submission of your registration form, your information will be added into our spotter database!

Thank you for attending the SKYWARN class! We encourage you to Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Should you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate to reach out!

John Banghoff & Rachel Gutierrez
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Central Pennsylvania Weather Forecast Office
328 Innovation Blvd, Suite 330 | State College, PA 16803
weather.gov/ctp
Frank C. D'Amato
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