Winter Spotter Training
The Winter Spotter training class is free to anyone interested in learning more about severe winter weather and winter safety: know what to look for, what type of information to report and tips on how to stay safe and protect yourself and others. Help keep your community safe by providing reports to the National Weather Service and local public safety agencies. This class is offered in Monroe County once every 3 years.
We had a good turnout at our last Winter Spotter training class, which was held on October 20, 2011 at the Jefferson High School cafeteria. We would like to thank everyone who attended for their commitment to help keep themselves and their community safe. We'd also like to thank Jefferson High School for the use of its cafeteria.
Be sure to include your e-mail address as additional information will be e-mailed to you prior to the class.
Please use the registration form below to register for the Sky Warn Training Class on May 15th from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.at the Monroe High School auditorium.
The 2011 Skywarn Spotter class was held on May 11. We had 95 people attend...one of the biggest classes ever! Channel 11 News out of Toledo was there doing interviews and aired a great segment about us on their newscast that night. Thank you to all of those who became certified or renewed their certification - you are joining over 290,000 certified Skywarn Spotters nationwide in the first line of defense against severe weather!