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Weather Spotting Class Set in Oswego

Jan 28, 2016 09:05PM ● Published by Steven Jack

The Kendall County Emergency Management Agency (KCEMA) is hosting a Severe Weather-
Basic spotter training class on Thursday, March 3rd at 7pm.

The National Weather Service will provide this free training at the Oswego Fire Station 1 located at 3511 Woolley Rd. The National Weather Service’s (NWS) primary mission is to save lives and protect property through the issuance of warning for hazardous weather.

The NWS trains people to identify 
severe storms and tornadoes and report to local and county emergency management agencies. The NWS depends on real-time reports from trained spotters to know exactly what is occurring on the ground and under a storm. This basic training consists of a slide and video program, which teaches spotters about severe storm structure and how to identify cloud features and other environmental clues to identify severe storms and tornadoes.

Communication systems and 
spotter networks are explained so the spotter knows where to report this information. 

Who should attend: interested people from the public (including students in 5th grade and up), emergency management, fire, police, public works, school personnel, bus drivers, amateur radio operators, long term care facilities, plant safety personnel and anyone interested in the weather.

This complimentary class is open to the public with limited seating. Reserve your seat today by registering at

Questions please contact Tracy Page at
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