The National Weather Service's Lubbock office has set the dates for this year's regional SKYWARN Training.

SKYWARN is a volunteer program with over 250,000 trained severe weather spotters nationwide. In the South Plains, and Texas Panhandle, SKYWARN spotters provide information for all types of weather hazards, but mainly work to help identify severe thunderstorms.

A few notes about this year's schedule.  The time for the Lubbock meeting on March 8 may be changed and all of the meetings listed are open to the public.

For more information, call the NWS Lubbock office at 806-745-4260.

#DateTimeCityLocation
1March 37:00 pmLittlefieldCity Council Chambers, 100 W. 6th St.
2March 67:00 pmLevellandLevelland Civic Center, 1900 McKinley St.
3March 81 pm (tentative)LubbockScience Spectrum, 2579 S. Loop 289
(Severe Weather Awareness Day)
4March 107:00 pmTahokaLyntegar Electric Coop Meeting Room, 1807 Main
5March 116:30 pmFrionaFire Station, 623 Main St.
6March 137:00 pmIdalouSchool Lecture Hall, 601 Walnut
7March 177:00 pmFloydadaLighthouse Electric Building
(east side of town at intersection of 62/70 and 207)
8March 186:00 pmPaducahCommunity Center, SE corner from Courthouse
9March 207:00 pmSilvertonShowbarn in Silverton, SE side of town
10March 246:30 pmJaytonCommunity Services Building, (FD),
1 block south of 8th St. on Main
11March 257:00 pmMemphisCity Hall/FD Building, 721 Robertson St.
12March 27 6:00 pmTuliaPolice Dept., 201 North Maxwell Avenue
13March 317:00 pmBrownfieldNew PD Building, 120 N. 5th St.