The National Weather Service will use the information these radio operators report when issuing or canceling warnings.
by : Cory Reppenhagen
With the arrival of spring, we know that severe weather is near, and there is a group of Colorado storm spotters using a special skill during those severe weather outbreaks… communication.
They are the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES). The Douglas-Elbert County branch held a training session Thursday to prep for the severe weather season…..Read More
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