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Cascade County Residents Become Storm Spotters

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As spring arrives, it's time for storms...and it's not just our Weather Authority Team and the folks down at the National Weather Service keeping a lookout.
The Skywarn Storm Spotter Class took place at the Emergency Management Building in Great Falls tonight.
Warning Coordinator Meteorologist Chris Foltz lead a group of a dozen local citizens in a two hours class about severe weather.
Participants learned all about tornadoes, hail, damaging winds and a wide variety of storm topics.
In addition, they were equipped with knowledge on spotting severe weather and reporting it to the national weather service.
If you missed tonight's class, several other Montana counties will be hosting classes for the next couple weeks.

You can see that schedule attached as a picture.
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