Storm spotters play an important role in monitoring the weather around the St. Louis area, especially during the spring storm season. The National Weather Service is gearing up for spring by offering Storm Spotter training classes across the metro area.
The next class is Saturday at 9:00 a.m. at the Justice Center in St. Peters. But if you want to be a registered storm spotter and can't make the class, there are 16 others scheduled across the metro area before the end of March.
The classes are free and open to everyone, but only those who are high school age or older can sign up as a volunteer storm spotter. Registration isn't required for most classes. Check the National Weather Service's storm spotter class schedule for more information: http://www.crh.noaa.gov/lsx/?n=schedule.
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