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Old 03-29-2013, 02:02 PM
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For those that may be interested in learning more about weather spotters or weather near TV, here is a couple sites that you can take on-line classes and get certified, and NOAA spotter classes left for in person training. They are also good reference sites for other weather related information including doppler radars in the country, etc


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Thanks for the info. Definitely interested.
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You may want to also check with TV Amateur Radio Club because they are usually involved in the Skywarn program. Up north it is very active on the 2 meter ham bands.

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