Tonight! – Weather Spotter Class – 3/27/2024

IN-PERSON Greene County Ohio Spotter Training ClassWed, March 27, 6pm – 8pmGreene County Media Room — (use the entrance to Greene County Job and Family Services)541 Ledbetter Road Xenia, OH 45385 (map) Check before you head to the class. The March 26 class was cancelled due to the threat of severe weather.Bob Baker N8ADOGCARES EC

NWS March 14 Severe Storms and Tornadoes

NWS Atrticle Link During the afternoon of March 14, a supercell thunderstorm developed over southern Indiana, producing a tornado as it crossed the Ohio River three times heading into Kentucky. During the evening of March 14, multiple supercell thunderstorms developed over Indiana, producing numerous strong tornadoes across western and central Ohio. The NWS Wilmington Ohio confirmed a total of seven tornadoes from this event. Within the NWS Wilmington Ohio forecast area, the tornado tracks combined to a total of 145 miles. Tornadoes also occurred in portions of the NWS Louisville, NWS Indianapolis, NWS Northern Indiana, and NWS Cleveland forecast areas….

Statewide Tornado Drill Net Wed Mar 20 9:50 AM

Wednesday March 20, the Ohio Statewide Tornado Drill willstart at 9:50 AM. There will be a special session of the Greene CountyWeather Net starting at 9:50. Please check into the net on the 147.165(+) (123.0 Hz) repeater. Back up is 147.045 (+) (118.8 Hz) There is also a scheduled Hyper-Reach notification that you should receiveshortly after 9:50 AM, if you are subscribed. If you do not receivenotification and think that you should, please let me know via email. If you would like to subscribe to Hyper-Reach notifications you can regiister here: Hyper-Reach Greene County Ohio. For many of you, the…

2024 Spotter Training Schedule

Link to the registration NWS WILMINGTON OHIO 2024 SPOTTER TRAINING SCHEDULE Classes are free and open to the public. Virtual classes require registration via the links provided in each course description. In-person classes require registration only if specified. Each class lasts about 2 hours and is led by a National Weather Service meteorologist, who will discuss techniques and safety for severe weather spotting. Once you attend a class, you will receive instructions for registering to officially become a trained spotter. You will then be able to report severe weather to your NWS office. Schedule Update for January 31, 2024 We…