National Weather Service to provide SKYWARN training

The National Weather Service will offer SKYWARN Spotter training on Monday, June 11th at 6:00 p.m. at the North Willapa Harbor Grange in .

The NWS welcomes volunteers with an interest in severe weather spotting. The SKYWARN program is a voluntary service. Reports made by spotters provide visual confirmation of potentially severe weather and aid forecasters in issuing warnings.

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