Virtual Severe Weather Awareness, Spotter classes offered

Classes to be conducted by National Weather Service in Sioux Falls

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SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota — The National Weather Service in Sioux Falls will conduct four virtual Severe Weather Awareness/Spotter Classes using GoToWebinar during this spring. Each class will be similar in content and duration (1½ to 2 hours) to those taught in person.

The dates and times of these classes are:

Participants must register by visiting the link to the class they wish to attend and providing your name, email address, city and state.
After registering, a confirmation email with another link to "Join Webinar" will be sent. Do not click this link until 10-15 minutes before the date and time of the webinar.

Upon clicking this link, registrants will be automatically prompted to download an executable GoToWebinar applet. This is NOT a virus or malware, but a legitimate request. Participants will not be able to join the webinar unless they download the applet.


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