You may now access your Metro Skywarn profile at Metro Skywarn home page. You must be a MSW spotter and have a MSW spotter ID card with a 3 or 4 digit number. Sky Watchers, those with IDs that start with a County name and the general public are not eligible for access. Since we have around 1200 active MSW members, it's unlikely we will open the webpage to everyone. But the general public can read most everything here.
Your account has already been activated if you have been a spotter for a while. If you have just trained, there will likely be a week or so delay before your data gets entered.
Hint: Try to recover your password first using the "Forgot Login?" link under the login box, using your email address and username. You can use "Forgot Login?" to find out your username, too. If your email address is not in the system, follow these instructions:
If you continue to have problems, email us with the following information:
Your Email Address (each user requires a unique email address)
Your Metro Skywarn ID #
Your Call Sign (if you have one)
Then you log in with your username as your call or your SWID number (if you don't have a ham call). Then put in your temporary password. Once you are logged in you can correct your information and change your password.
Please fill in your profile details. No contact information will ever be shared with anyone other than MSW Instructors, Board members, Net Control Operators, and NWS staff. They may contact you regarding severe weather in your area. If you choose to have a public profile, only registered spotters will see your name call, and MSW ID number. Your email, address and phone numbers will never be shown. Spotters will see a link to send you an email via a web form. Your email will only be known if your reply to an email sent by that form.
We welcome you to our online community and trust that together we will protect the community and have some fun doing so.
...Areas of Dense Fog This Morning... Through 9 AM, areas of dense valley fog will continue. This fog will reduce visibilities to less than a half mile. Those traveling early this morning should be on the look out for areas of dense fog. This fog should rapidly dissipate between 9 AM and 930 AM.
...AREAS OF DENSE FOG THIS MORNING... Fog developed overnight across much of central and south central Minnesota and west central Wisconsin. Expect the fog to be dense at times, with visibility down to around one-quarter mile. Those traveling this morning should be prepared to encounter significant visibility reductions down to 100 feet in spots. The fog
...The National Weather Service in Chanhassen has issued a flood warning for the following rivers in Minnesota... Redwood River near Redwood Falls affecting Redwood County .This river forecast is based on observed precipitation of 9.50 inches on August 16 through August 17. In addition, the area received up to 2.5 inches today, August 18. The National Weather Service will