– Stutsman County Emergency Manager Jerry Bergquist announced that
a second area SKYWARN Weather Spotter Training Class has been
scheduled for Wednesday, May 17th,
7:00 p.m. at the Gackle-Streeter Public School, 200 2nd Ave East in Gackle. An earlier class was held in Jamestown in
class will be conducted by the Bismarck National Weather Service
office. The approximately two hour class, will focus on recognizing
and understanding the different types of severe summer weather such
as thunderstorms, down-burst winds, flash floods, hail, and
tornadoes. This free class,
no registration necessary,
is open to any individuals who want to become more familiar with how
to identify severe summer weather.
the class does not require an individual to become an official
National Weather Service weather spotter.
If you’ve previously attended this class, attend again. It’s a
great refresher that keeps you aware of the types of severe summer
weather events in North Dakota.
SKYWARN class is offered through a partnership between the National
Weather Service and Stutsman, Logan and LaMoure County Emergency
Management. For more information, contact your respective Emergency
Management office at: Stutsman County – 701-252-9093, Logan County
– 701-751-6145, or LaMoure County – 701-883-6096.