Training dates - become a SkyWarn spotter

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Updated: 3/10/2014 6:37 am
SKYWARN storm spotters are volunteers who help us know what storms are doing. Nationwide there are about 290,000 of these volunteers. If you'd like to become a SKYWARN spotter attend one of the meetings below.

Click here - for much more on the SKYWARN program from the National Weather Service Lubbock office.

Feb 24      7:00 pm    Snyder      Western Texas College Visitors Center
March 3    7:00 pm    Littlefield    City Council Chambers, 100 W. 6th St.
March 6    7:00 pm    Levelland    Levelland Civic Center, 1900 McKinley St.
March 6     7:00 pm   Seminole     101 E. Ave. A Ambassador Room

March 8    1:00 pm    Lubbock    Science Spectrum, 2579 S. Loop 289
(Severe Weather Awareness Day)
March 10    7:00 pm    Tahoka    Lyntegar Electric Coop Meeting Room, 1807 Main
March 11    6:30 pm    Friona    City Council Chambers, 619 Main St.
March 11    7:00 pm    Gail     Borden County Community Center
March 12     6:30 pm    Lamesa   Forrest Park Comm Center - 9th St. and Houston

March 13    7:00 pm    Idalou    School Lecture Hall, 601 Walnut
March 17    7:00 pm    Floydada    Lighthouse Electric Building
(east side of town at intersection of 62/70 and 207)
March 18    6:00 pm    Paducah    Community Center, SE corner from Courthouse
March 20    7:00 pm    Silverton    Showbarn in Silverton, SE side of town

March 24    6:30 pm    Jayton    Community Services Building, (FD),
1 block south of 8th St. on Main
March 25    7:00 pm    Memphis    City Hall/FD Building, 721 Robertson St.
March 27     6:00 pm    Tulia    Police Dept., 201 North Maxwell Avenue
March 31    7:00 pm    Brownfield    215 E. Broadway

April 9     7:00pm MDT  Hobbs    City Call Commissioners' Chambers
April 10      6:30pm MDT Jal        Jal Fire Dept.

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