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Severe weather safety classes under way in north-central Kansas

Severe weather safety information classes, commonly called “storm spotter talks,” are under way in north-central Kansas for this spring.

The Topeka branch of the National Weather Service has already held classes in Jefferson and Anderson counties, with the next classes coming as soon as next week. All classes begin at 7 p.m.

The classes are free and open to the public. This year’s sessions will focus on “severe storm safety, preparedness, and awareness,” a statement posted by the agency said.

February 22, Coffey County Spotter Talk

February 24, Nemaha County Spotter Talk

February 25, Morris County Spotter Talk

March 1, Brown County Spotter Talk

March 2, Jackson County Spotter Talk

March 3, Clay County Spotter Talk

March 7, Geary County Spotter Talk

March 8, Republic County Spotter Talk

March 9, Ottawa County Spotter Talk

March 10, Osage County Spotter Talk

March 14, Franklin County Spotter Talk

March 15, Lyon County Spotter Talk

March 16, Shawnee County Spotter Talk

March 17, Cloud County Spotter Talk

March 21, Douglas County Spotter Talk

March 22, Riley County Spotter Talk

March 23, Pottawatomie County Spotter Talk

March 24, Wabaunsee County Spotter Talk

March 30, Marshall County Spotter Talk

April 5, Washington County Spotter Talk

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