Fw: NWS Skywarn Spotter Classes

Ken Kobetitsch KD2GXL

For anyone interested that has not taken the course or is due for a refresher course

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Spotter Training Schedule

Updated: May 10th, 2022


Forecasters from the National Weather Service in New York City conduct storm spotter training sessions each year to help prepare spotters for the upcoming severe weather season. The training sessions are typically about three hours long and cover fundamental information that every spotter needs to know, with a focus on safety, identification of key weather features, and proper reporting procedures. Most sessions are open to anyone who is interested in learning more about being a spotter, but you should check to be sure before attending a class.

All classes are free and most classes start at 7:00 pm.





May 17th

7:00 PM


Online Webinar

Please register with the NWS and for the Webinar.


Click to Register with the NWS


Click to Register for the Webinar




May/June 2022


On-line Webinar




Click Registration to register for a training class

For questions regarding training, contact Brian Ciemnecki
Via e-mail: Brian.Ciemnecki@...


John Hale, KD2LPM, WRFQ466

NWS SKYWARN NYC/LI Deputy Coordinator

Assistant Section Manager (Skywarn) Official Relay Station for NLI, National Traffic System Net Manager of the NLI Student Traffic Net • • • − − − − − − − • • • • • • − • • • • • − • • • • • • • − • • − • • • • − • − • − •

Email: kd2lpm@...

Web: sites.google.com/jrhaleteacher.me/nliskyw/home

Ken Kobetitsch
District Emergency Coordinator 
Nassau County, NY