Are you interested in becoming a SKYWARN Storm Spotter for the National Weather Service (NWS)?
Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management is partnering with the Houston/Galveston National Weather Service to bring SKYWARN to our community!
The SKYWARN Storm Spotter Program is a training program offered by the National Weather Service. As a trained SKYWARN Storm Spotter, you can help the community by providing critical information on local severe weather conditions to our NWS forecasters. The information provided by Storm Spotters helps the NWS issue accurate and timely reports and warnings for emergency weather conditions like tornados, thunderstorms, and flash floods. The NWS offers basic and advanced SKYWARN training classes. Find more information about becoming a NWS SKYWARN Spotter for the Houston/Galveston Area.
Upcoming SKYWARN Training in Fort Bend County
Fort Bend County is hosting Basic SKYWARN Severe Weather Spotter Training on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at the George Memorial Library in Richmond.
To register, visit the Basic SKYWARN Severe Weather Registration Page
Download a copy of the upcoming training here: Basic SKYWARN Spotter Training (March 20, 2019 – George Memorial Library)
Houston-Galveston Area SKYWARN Spotter Training Schedule (Spring 2019)
You can find more SKYWARN Spotter Training classes in the region by visiting the National Weather Service’s SKYWARN schedule page.
Don’t see a class or can’t attend the next scheduled one? Fill out the registration form and ask to be notified of future classes.
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