NOTTINGHAM, MD—Consideration, climate fanatics!
The Nationwide Climate Service will maintain a digital SKYWARN class for Baltimore County residents subsequent month.
The category can be held 6 – 8 p.m. on Wednesday, July 21, 2021.
Members will discover ways to establish storms and find out how to report storm harm.
SKYWARN® is a nationwide community of volunteer extreme climate spotters. The spotters are skilled by native Nationwide Climate Service forecast places of work on find out how to spot extreme thunderstorms, tornadoes, hail, and flooding. In some components of the nation, spotters additionally report snowfall and ice accumulation.
After the category individuals can be licensed to report storm harm to the Nationwide Climate Service.
These can register for the SKYWARN class online here.
Do you want to observe the climate?
Be a part of us and @NWS_BaltWash for a digital SKYWARN climate class! You’ll study:
-Tips on how to ID storms
-Tips on how to report storm harm
After the category, you can be licensed to report extreme climate to us!
— Baltimore County Emergency Administration (@BaltCoEmergency) June 9, 2021