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I will attempt to link here to as many SKYWARN sites as possible available on the Internet. This is for SKYWARN groups, rather than individual spotter pages. This list is FAR from complete. Sites will be added as I am aware of them. If you have a link to a SKYWARN group site that is not here, please contact me to add your SKYWARN group's website to our links here. Please report dead or outdated links to me here.

What is SKYWARN you may ask? It's a program coordinated with the National Weather Service, that uses a group of trained volunteers who devote their time and resources when severe weather approaches your area, to observe and report severe weather conditions back to the National Weather Service. They are your eyes and ears during severe weather!

If you are interested in becoming a trained SKYWARN spotter, contact one of these groups in your area, or if one near you is not listed, contact your local National Weather Service Office. They can put you in touch with whoever is running your local SKYWARN group. Check the navigation menu here for more information on the National Weather Service and links to all their offices.

Also, I have recreated the Basic and Advanced spotter guides online that you can read through. These have been updated with recent photo contributions from chaser and spotters. It's not a substitute for actual spotter classes, but there is some great material there, and will give you an idea of what to expect. It's great wintertime study material! You can find that at http://spotterguides.us.

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# Web Link Hits
81 WEST VIRGINIA - Mingo County
82 WISCONSIN - Milwaukee, WI
Milwaukee Area SKYWARN Association
83 WISCONSIN - Outagamie County
Outagamie County SKYWARN
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