Storm Spotter Information, Cold/Snow Review

First of all, for anyone that is interested. The NWS is having  storm spotter training on Feb. 6 in St. Peters, more information can be found at this link. Spotter Schedule

It is informative, and I have found it entertaining, especially if Jim Kramper is the instructor. You are not required to chase storms or anything, they give you specifics to report, and recommend that you do it from the location you are at when the event occurs. I know I feel safer myself with a better understanding of how severe storms occur.

Cold/Snow Review:

Both stations recorded 2 nights below zero over the last couple of days. The O’Fallon station recorded -2.6, St. Peters recorded -1.9. I didn’t get up early enough to measure total snow, the wind had done it’s work before I did!¬† Looking at the reports and the snow map, it appear that we received around 4 inches in the St. Charles county area.

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