Weather Spotter’s Field Guide: A Guide to Being a SKYWARN® Spotter
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Weather Spotter’s Field Guide: A Guide to Being a SKYWARN® Spotter
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    2011

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Weather Spotter’s Field Guide: A Guide to Being a SKYWARN® Spotter
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    SKYWARN® spotter reports provide vital “ground truth” to the NWS. They act as our eyes and ears in the field. Spotter reports help our meteorologists issue timely, accurate, and detailed warnings by confirming hazardous weather detected by NWS radar. Spotters also provide critical verification information that helps improve future warning services. SKYWARN® Spotters serve their local communities by acting as a vital source of information when dangerous storms approach. Without spotters, NWS would be less able to fulfill its mission of protecting life and property.
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