1st thing to do now!
For those that are interested in participating with LRA Skywarn, you are asked to follow the instructions at (weather.gov/oun/skywarn-spotter),
Contact Dwayne N9PYA via firstname.lastname@example.org if your interested in joining to participate as a weather spotter for LRA SKYWARN, volunteering as Net Control, back up Net Control and/or relay positions for the Lakeshore Repeater Skywarn weather nets.
2nd thing to do!
New! Upcoming 2021 Online Storm Spotter Training Presentations.
There will be 10 online storm spotter training sessions offered by NWS Milwaukee this April into May. They will be free free sessions, but will cover the main details of what information is needed for the local storm spotters that reside in the NWS Milwaukee region which includes Racine Kenosha and Walworth.
For more information, go to:
Training should be about 90 minutes long, but questions afterwards normally takes about 30-60 minutes
If people need confirmation that they attended the training for fire/police/ham radio training credits, There will be a class list and it tells us 'how engaged' you were (ie having the screen up).
Classes are not considered basic or advanced, it has a mix of what spotters need to know to properly spot severe weather and report it to us
SKYWARN Practice Nets are now scheduled on the Lakeshore 2m repeater - 147.270 + .6Khz with a 127.3 PL .
Weekly this Spring and Summer Season on Wednesday's, Check in at 7:30 pm!
Files coming soon.
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