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November 21, 2017

Serving the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro Area

2017 spotter training 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.

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.

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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.

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  • AERO 101 - Nov 11 8:30am
    This email contains graphics, so if you don't see them, view it in your browser Association of Emergency Radio Org. AERO Training Opportunities The Last Class of 2017! AERO 101 - Introduction to Emergency Communications Saturday, November 11, 2017, 08:30am - 12:30pm Location Eden Prairie
  • Fri 27 Oct 08:02 Outlook @ 07:15
    https://k0msw.us/2bfd2d3 Per NWS recommendation, no formal activation's are needed at this time and it's unlikely to be recommended for the rest of the day. There's currently a Winter storm advisory in affect for portions of the CWA, including Hennepin and Carver counties for the high wind and
  • 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.

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