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York County REACT is proud to support the
National Weather Service in State College PA
through this
Memorandum of Understanding
between
REACT and the NWS.

SKYWARN Class

Our thanks to Boy Scout Liam for sharing
this spotter article. While you are waiting
for spring NWS spotter classes,
check it out.


The York County Office of Emergency
Management sponsors SKYWARN training
almost annually here in York County. Classes

are generally held on a Saturday in May.
Check back in the spring of 2018 for info
on a 2018 class.

SKYWARN classes are free and open to the
public. Attendees under 16 must be
accompanied by a parent or guardian. Classes
typically last about 120 minutes. All you need

to bring is a pen/pencil. Current Spotters who
attend for a refresher should bring a current
spotter card/ID Number.

The classes are at the York County Dept of
Emergency Services at 120 Davies Rd.

in
York.

York County REACT encourages its members
to take SKYWARN severe weather

spotter training. Currently all members of the
team are NWS Spotters. The team can be
deployed as a field team if needed. Click the
SKYWARN link above to see if any classes

are scheduled.

Current Severe Storm Overview

Current Severe Storm Overview

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