With March knocking on the door, that means severe weather season can’t be far away for Kansas.
Accordingly, severe weather identification classes - commonly called storm spotter classes – are getting into full swing around the Sunflower State. Classes have already begin in southeastern Kansas and start this week in the western half of the state.
Here is a link to the schedule for classes put on by the Goodland branch of the National Weather Service. The classes are free and open to anyone interested in the weather. The classes typically last about 90 minutes.
The first class in northwest Kansas will be Tuesday in Colby.
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