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Old 10-14-2017, 12:54 AM
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National Weather Service Certified Advanced-Level Severe Storm Spotter since August 1996, member of ALERT (Alabama Emergency Response Team), which is a group of Amateur Radio Operators responsible for operating a Ham Radio Station at the NWS office in Calera, AL. We are called to duty when severe weather is expected and watches are issued anywhere in the forecast area for which NWS Calera (BMX) is responsible.
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Yep Spotter here...
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David, Spotter in Northern NJ since 2017. I have made a handful or reports already.
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In Canada it's Canwarn.. But it's the same thing.. We're trained by government meteorologists. Our local club runs a session for volunteers every spring.

I've been a spotter for 8 years. I managed to spot dual funnels a few years back. They never developed into anything.
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