KUDOS TO SPOTTERS

formed us that the storm was producing a rotating wall cloud over Xenia.  He then called back at 845 PM  to report damage on the eastern side of Xenia near the Golf Course. With the aid of excellent spotter reports from Green and Clermont counties, the warning process was a success.

By

      Diane  Innes

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do not return this form, I will assume that you are no longer interested in being a spotter, and your information will be deleted  from the database. As always, if you have any questions feel free to call at (937) 383-0031, write  , or e-mail the office.  The address can be found on the front page of the website.

One last note, if it has been two years since you last attended a training session, you must attend a training session in 1999.  Otherwise, your name will be deleted form the spotter program.  We feel it is extremely important for the spotters to remain up to date on the techniques used to  recognize severe weather by taking a class at least once every  three years. 

By
  Diane Innes

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