Tag: Spotter Training

More Tornado Information

April 12, 2011 4 Comments
More Tornado Information

The focus of the blog continues to be on the storms from this past Sunday because such a large number of tornadoes as well a their strength is uncommon here in Wisconsin during the month of April. It now appears that there might have been as many as two EF3 tornadoes in the state. As […]

Continue Reading »

Storm Spotter Training Time

March 25, 2011 0 Comments
Storm Spotter Training Time

Even though it looks and feels a lot like winter outside right now, severe weather season is right around the corner. Therefore, it is time to remind everyone of the free storm spotter training courses that occur every Spring here in Northcentral Wisconsin. You can find a schedule of the Green Bay NWS seminars here, […]

Continue Reading »

StormTrak9 on the Web

April 2, 2010 0 Comments
StormTrak9 on the Web

As Brian mentioned yesterday, we smashed the record highs across northcentral Wisconsin yesterday. High temps were in the upper 70s to low 80s. We will likely break the record for record warm low temps today as well. The record in Wausau is a very vulnerable 47 set back in 1963. Our low this morning was […]

Continue Reading »

Do You Want To Be A Severe Weather Spotter??

March 22, 2010 0 Comments
Do You Want To Be A Severe Weather Spotter??

You won’t be able to tell the difference on your end…but as I write this post I’m just getting used to the new look of our blog posting platform.  It looks fancy, hopefully it will be even easier to blog to you guys…ha It’s that time of year again… Do you love weather?  Do you […]

Continue Reading »

Flood Safety, Spotter Training

March 17, 2009 0 Comments
Flood Safety, Spotter Training

Since this week is flood safety awareness week, here are a few more tips to consider, provided by the National Weather Service of Green Bay. It basically boils down to 2 main themes: “Turn around, don’t drown”, and “move to higher ground”. It is surprising how many people die in floods nowadays given the advanced […]

Continue Reading »