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Storm spotter class filling up fast

 

  The Storm Spotter Class offered by the Henry County Emergency Management Agency started filling up so fast that they have added a second class to accommodate more people. The classes will be taught by the National Weather Service (NWS) and will be held on Wednesday, February 22 at 2 p.m. and again at 7 p.m. Both classes will be held at the Sheriff’s Office in the auditorium.  

  The classes, led by Barry Goodman from the NWS, will focus on how to spot dangerous weather, particularly tornadoes and hurricane conditions. Participants will learn what a severe storm is, the structure of a severe storm, how it develops, and how to inform the NWS of severe weather.

    The Sheriff’s Office is located at 120 Henry Parkway in McDonough. Classes are free, but participants must pre-register.  Those interested in attending one of the classes should contact Shelita Broomfield at 770-288-7865 or sbroomfield@co.henry.ga.us  to reserve a space.

 

 

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