By Eric Fischer
The National Weather Service and Kewaunee County Emergency Management are hosting a severe weather spotter training class in Luxemburg on March 27th at 6pm. The presentation lasts about 90 minutes and identifies storm features, how to stay safe while weather spotting, and how to report that information to the National Weather Service. Everyone is welcome to take the class but to call the National Weather Service you must take this class and be 15 years old. Tracy Nollenberg, Kewaunee County Emergency Management director, says that during a storm there are many participants in relaying information to the National Weather Service.
Nollenberg adds that the class is free to attend, and that she has taken it multiple times to stay up to date on the different aspects of storm watching. Kewaunee County Emergency Management asks that you reserve your spot before March 19th. To reserve a spot or for more information, call Kewaunee County Emergency Management at 920-845-9700.