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|Meteorologist Bill Goodman (Forecaster at the NWS New York NY) leads the Class through Severe Weather Safety and Reporting Instructions at the 2015 Bergen County NJ SKYWARN Spotter Training Class||Meteorologist Brian Ciemneckie (Forecaster and SKYWARN Program Leader at the NWS New York NY) hands out 2015 SKYWARN Spotter IDs to all 110 Class participants following the 2015 Bergen County NJ Class|
|We thank the 110 attendees who all took an active part in the 2015 Bergen County NJ SKYWARN Spotter Training Class!||Among the 110 Attendees were local Municipal CERT Teams, amateur radio operators and Scouts, all received a 2015 SKYWARN Spotter Number|
Information On Other Local To Bergen County NJ SKYWARNTM Training Classes Is Available Using These Links
NWS Upton NY's Current Schedule Of SKYWARN Classes
Please Note: Starting in 2002 all NWS Upton NY CWA SKYWARNTM Spotters must be retrained at least once every 3 years in order to be considered Active NWS SKYWARNTM Spotters. This is particularly important so that everyone will be up-to-date on the latest Spotter information. You can attend either a Basic or Advanced Level Class to retain your active status.
SKYWARNTM Spotter Training Classes are not limited just to residents of the Counties in which they are held . All NWS SKYWARNTM Spotter Training Classes (see Note below regarding a pre-requisite regarding Advanced SKYWARNTM Spotter Training Classes) are free of charge and normally open to all who wish to attend (refer to the applicable Attendance Requirements associated with individual Classes).
To attend an Advanced SKYWARNTM Spotter Class you must be a current and up-to-date NWS Trained Spotter...i.e. you have attended a SKYWARNTM Spotter Training Class within the last 3 years.
- To attend an Advanced SKYWARNTM Spotter Class you must be a current and up-to-date NWS Trained Spotter
- that means, you have attended a SKYWARNTM Spotter Training Class within the last 3 years.
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