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October 20, 2017

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  • Spotter Activities Survey

    Spotter Activities Survey

    Metro Skywarn is interested in your ideas about spotter activities. Take our survey until 31 Oct 11:59 p.m. Read More
  • Spotter Frequencies

    Spotter Frequencies

    Find the frequencies used by Metro Skywarn severe weather radio nets. Read More
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    Support Metro Skywarn

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  • Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador™

    Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador™

    We've teamed up with NOAA and the National Weather Service to better help the community prepare for weather events. Read More
  • 2017 spotter classes have ended

    2017 spotter classes have ended

    Thank you to all spotters who attended class this year. Your time and commitment to Metro Skywarn and weather safety is most appreciated. Read More
  • Spotter F.A.Q.

    Spotter F.A.Q.

    Frequently Asked Questions about spotter IDs and registering for the Website. Read More
  • Alternate Reporting Methods

    Alternate Reporting Methods

    Use #mnwx and #wiwx on social media to report when a radio net is not active… and other alternative reporting methods. Read More
  • Spotter Field Toolkit

    Spotter Field Toolkit

    Some of the best tools of the trade. Read More
  • Metro Skywarn Coverage Area

    Metro Skywarn Coverage Area

    We serve the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area, including the counties of Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, and Washington. Read More
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  • Tornado near Blaine - © 2011 David F Ventura - KE0NA
  • Tornado near Forest Lake © 2011 KRISTIN PARNELL - KB0QON
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The 2017 Metro Skywarn Spotter training season has ended.

Thank you to all spotters who attended class this year. Your time and commitment to Metro Skywarn and weather safety is most appreciated.

If you attended class, but are not an amateur radio spotter, the NWS will email you your NWS Skywatcher ID in the next month or so.

If you would like to review the slide presentation used in training, please visit the NWS Training Presentation.

Any questions, email training@metroskywarn.org.

Sign up for our MSWInfo email list to be notified about the 2018 training schedule. Training is held February through May each spring.

Please let us know if there's something you'd like to post on this calendar. For a complete list of all Metro Skywarn spotter classes, visit our Class Schedule.

My Account

You must be a trained Metro Skywarn spotter to log in to this Website. Use your amateur radio call sign as your username. If you do not have an amateur radio call sign, your username is MSW####, where the # is your MSW ID.

Secret Key is a field for two-factor authentication. If you have not configured two-factor authentication in your profile, you may leave the secret key blank.

New Spotters: Your account will be created shortly after you attend class. If you provided a valid email address on your class roster, you will receive an email when your instructor records your class attendance and creates your account.

NWS Skywatchers are not able to log into this website.

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  • Mon 2 Oct 18:19 Spotters No Longer Needed @ 18:08
    https://k0msw.us/9252423 Per NWS recommendation, Metro Skywarn is not requested to activate at this time. There is no imminent threat of severe weather currently. If you have a reportable condition, report it using alternative means of communication meaning via the internet or phone.
  • Mon 2 Oct 13:33 Outlook Flash Flood Watch @ 12:50
    https://k0msw.us/eb41cf3 There is a low chance that Skywarn may activate early this evening-overnight. The lower possibility of Skywarn Activation later on this evening is due to a isolated risk of marginally severe weather for our forecast area today/tonight. Primary threat for the metro is,
  • Fwd: AERO Training Opportunities
    This email contains graphics, so if you don't see them, view it in your browser Association of Emergency Radio Org. AERO Training Opportunities Thank you for her service to Metro Skywarn as a spotter. You serve as the eyes of the National Weather Service for severe weather for your
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