There will be a Basic and Advanced Spotter training class at the below location in Columbia County for those who are near your two-year limit and are due for refresher spotter training.
Pre-registration is requested for this class. They have ample seating so if you've got friends, invite em and have them register, too.
Basic & Advanced Skywarn Training for North Florida
Who: NWS Instructor Angie Enyedi
When: March 23, 2010 (Tuesday) 6:00-9:00 PM
Where: Shiloh Baptist Church
173 SW Shiloh St
Fort White, FL
Contact information to sign up:
Tel: (352) 339-4018
This class is hosted by Columbia County Emergency Services.
Free and open to the public.
Trainees are encouraged to participate as Weather Spotters,
however, continued participation is not mandatory.
What is a Storm Spotter?
The Skywarn spotter program is a nationwide network
of volunteers trained by the National Weather Service (NWS)
to report significant weather. Anyone is welcome to participate.
Why Skywarn ?
The NWS's mission is to protect lives and property.
When weather conditions are favorable for severe thunderstorms
or tornadoes are expected to develop, a severe thunderstorm or
tornado WATCH is issued. A Severe Thunderstorm or Tornado
WARNING is issued when severe weather has been reported by
a Skywarn spotter or indicated by Doppler radar. Skywarn
volunteers become the NWS's eyes and ears, helping to provide
better weather watch and warning services.
Email: Leila Lindsey
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Monday, February 8, 2010
I've just uploaded video of the early morning nighttime launch of the STS-130 shuttle mission. This is the final nighttime launch of the shuttle program. All the remaining launches will be during the daytime. As many of you already know, the remaining shuttle missions in 2010 will be the last of the entire shuttle program.