MOULTON, Ala. – If you want to be an official SKYWARN storm spotter, the National Weather Service is hosting the first of several spring classes.
The first class will be held Thursday, January 23 at the Lawrence County Emergency Operations Center in Moulton. The class starts at 6 p.m.
Our first SKYWARN Spotter Class will be conducted THIS Thursday, January 23, 2020 in Lawrence County. The class will be held at the Lawrence County EOC in Moulton at 6 PM. The class is free, open to all ages and there is no registration required. Hope to see you there! #HUNwx pic.twitter.com/LEm5sT9ZJM
— NWS Huntsville (@NWSHuntsville) January 19, 2020
Those who attend the classes will learn:
- Basics of thunderstorm development
- Fundamentals of storm structure
- Identifying potential severe weather features
- Information to report
- How to report information
- Basic severe weather safety
Classes are free, typically last two hours, and are open to all ages.
More classes will be held across the valley throughout the spring season. Be sure to check here for the latest information on times, dates, and locations, because they are subject to change.