National Weather Service Storm Spotter Training for Plainfield Residents?
SKYWARN Volunteers Monitor Storms in Will and Kendall counties.
Our local team in Plainfield and Naperville South restores storm damage – no matter how big the job is. Our fast emergency response time saves our customers money by minimizing the potential for secondary damage in many cases. Each year, The National Weather Service (NWS) Chicago looks for volunteer weather spotters to provide real-time reports on local weather conditions.
Here is some information on becoming a Storm Spotter:
Who Are Spotters?
Every community has some type of spotter network. Local fire and police personnel are often trained to observe and report severe weather, partly due to their extensive radio communication and 24-hour operations. Citizens may also be an active part of the spotter network, and all share a sense of responsibility to their neighbors. Most spotters are personally interested in weather or are amateur radio operators, but others are not either.
What is the SKYWARN Program?
SKYWARN storm spotters report hazardous weather to the NWS, which aids the warning process. NWS meteorologists train volunteers to identify and describe severe local storms, including severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, and floods. For more information about the SKYWARN Spotter program of the NWS, visit http://www.weather.gov/skywarn/.
Call Us Today!
When you need storm damage restoration services for your home or commercial business, our local team in Plainfield and Naperville South are ready to assist you 24-hours a day. Call us today at 630-369-9710.
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