Free Storm Spotter Training To Be Held At Milan
Date 2014/3/10 9:25:37 | Topic: News
|The National Weather Service is to conduct free storm spotter training at Milan, March 19th, if at least 15 persons commit to attending the class.|
The Sullivan County Emergency Management Agency was seeking 3 more persons to meet that minimum. Persons wishing to attend the course are asked to contact Sullivan County Emergency Management Agency Director, Dennis Goldsmith at Milan.
The storm spotter class is scheduled the night of March 19th at 7 o'clock at the Milan Community Center. A meteorologist from the National Weather Service is to talk about various aspects of severe weather, storm spotting, and weather safety.
The class is expected to be around 90 minutes long. It's free and available to everyone, regardless of age or education level.
Persons attending the class are not committed to being a storm spotter. Organizers indicate persons, who do not become storm spotters, still would be in position to warn others by contacting 9-1-1 when they see hazardous weather on the horizon.