2016 Minnesota Severe Storms Conference, Saturday, April 9, 2016, University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis Campus

Organized by

John Wetter, K0WDJ
Skywarn Coordinator
NWS Chanhassen

 

Sponsored by









Inspeed

Gibson Ridge Software



Bad Weather Brewery










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MN Severe Storms Conferece Operations Grant - 2016

We made a major announcement at the 2013 Minnesota Skywarn Workshop! Thanks to your continued support, the Minnesota Severe Storms Conference is now awarding grants for Skywarn Operations in Minnesota and Western Wisconsin. These grants will help to further communications between Skywarn groups and the National Weather Service.

Budgets are tight, but the equipment for the life-saving work of storm spotters isn't free, or even cheap. The Minnesota Skywarn Workshop Operations Grant will help fund necessary Skywarn equipment to help continue to build out one of the top Skywarn operational regions in the country.

Please see the files below for information and application materials. Please note that grant applications were due February 28, 2016!

Grant Guidelines (PDF - 475K)
Grant Application (PDF - 366K)
Grant Final Report Template (PDF - 348K)

Outstanding Skywarn Volunteer of the Year

* * * * * Nomination Deadline is March 20th * * * * *

This year we will continue to sponsor a recognition award for a volunteer who has gone above and beyond in supporting Skywarn operations in the Minnesota and Western Wisconsin areas. 

We are looking for volunteers who have performed above and beyond the call of duty in any of the following ways:

  • Educating the public and/or other spotters in the principles of weather and safety

  • Demonstrating extraordinary resourcefulness and/or leadership during a specific weather emergency

  • Long-term contribution of time, energy or money to serve and protect a local community or communities from severe weather threats

Please forward all nominations (400 words or less) to John Wetter

Nominations will be judged by representatives from the National Weather Service offices serving the state of Minnesota in consultation with the Minnesota Skywarn Workshop, with an award presentation taking place the day of the conference.

 

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