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Storm spotter classes scheduled for area

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Each year in the late winter and early spring the National Weather Service hosts several severe weather spotting classes to the public. The purpose of the class is to teach the public about severe weather, and how and when to report threatening weather conditions. The informative classes are free to the general public and last about 2 hours on average. Here is a list of all the scheduled classes in our viewing area.

March 3rd, 2014...6:30pm...Ottawa County...Harris-Elmore Fire Dept. 321 Rice Street Elmore

March 6th, 2014...7:00pm...Fulton County...Northwest State Community College, Archbold, OH

March 6th, 2014...6:30pm...Seneca County...Sentinel Vocational Center, 793 East Township Road 201, Tiffin

March 10th, 2014...6:30pm...Allen County...Lima Civic Center, Lima

March 20th, 2014...6:30pm...Erie County...Castaway Bay, 2001 Cleveland Road Sandusky

March 25th, 2014...6:30pm...Sandusky County...Job and Family Services, 2511 Countryside Drive, Fremont

March 26th, 2014...6:00pm...Wood County...Elmwood Community Center Auditorium, Jerry City Road, Bloomdale

March 27th, 2014...6:00pm...Monroe County...Cabela's Dundee, MI

March 29th, 2014...10:00am...Lucas County...St. Lukes Hospital, 5901 Monclova Road, Maumee

April 7th, 2014...6:30pm...Hancock County...Whirlpool Corp., 4901 N. Main Street, Findlay

April 8th, 2014...6:30pm...Huron County...Norwalk High School, 350 Shady Lane Drive, Norwalk

April 24th, 2014...7:00pm...Lenawee County...Siena Heights University Center Board Room, Adrian, MI

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