Every year, the National Weather Service Topeka office presents spotter talks to the general public. The sessions are scheduled to last around 90 minutes, and are given by a National Weather Service meteorologist. Spotter training will focus on storm structure and accurate identification of important cloud features associated with supercell and squall line thunderstorms.
The session in Douglas County, originally scheduled in February but postponed due to inclement weather, has been rescheduled. It is included below in the dates and times for the spotter training in the KLWN listening area:
March 13 Holton (Jackson Co. Senior Citizens Building) 7pm
March 14 Burlingame (Schuyler Community Center) 7pm