(The following was “borrowed” from the Stark County ARES Page.
(Feb 6, 2020) – – The Stark County EMA and Stark County Amateur Radio Emergency Service will conduct our 2020 Skywarn Spotter training on Wednesday, March 25th at Jackson High School starting at 6:00 PM. Training will run approximately two hours.
Training is held in conjunction with this years Severe Weather Awareness Week, March 22 – 28th. This training is open to the public and no preregistration is necessary.
This years training will again discuss what severe weather is; identifying potentially serious weather patterns; and ways to report this information to the Cleveland NWS office. An electronic presentation with photos will augment training and assist identifying cloud formations. The training will be conducted by Mr Alex McCarthy, Director of the Tuscarawas County EMA.
Everyone is encouraged to take part in this important weather training. Feel free to contact the Stark County EMA Office at (330) 451 – 3900 for additional information or Terry Russ, N8ATZ at (330) 837-3091 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.