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 12/14/2003 SKYWARN ARRL and NWS MOU
The purpose of this document is to state the terms of a mutual agreement (Memorandum of Understanding) between the National Weather Service (NWS) and the American Radio Relay League, Inc. (ARRL), that will serve as a framework within which volunteers of the ARRL may coordinate their services, facilities, and equipment with NWS in support of nationwide, state, and local early weather warning and emergency communications functions. It is intended, through joint coordination and exercise of the resources of ARRL, NWS, and Federal, State and local governments, to enhance the nationwide posture of early weather warning and readiness for any conceivable weather emergency.
 12/14/2003 SKYWARN California StormReady Contacts
California StormReady Contacts
 12/9/2003 SKYWARN What is Skywarn?
What is SKYWARN?
(Note: This article is a compilation of oral histories from several sources with years of experience in SKYWARN. The only well documented source is Galway, 1989. Gropper, 1993 had no citations so may also be of the oral tradition.

SKYWARN is the National Weather Service (NWS) program of trained volunteer severe weather spotters. SKYWARN Spotters support their local community and government by providing the NWS and there local emergency managers with timely and accurate severe weather reports. These reports, when integrated with modern NWS technology, are used to inform commmunities of the proper actions to take as severe weather threatens.

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