Storm Spotter Training Program
to 4 PM
300 N. 5th St. , Garland, TX
For the first time since 2006, tornadoes claimed lives in north central Texas. Six people lost their lives in Granbury as a tornado produced EF4 damage in the Rancho Brazos Subdivisions. These were the first tornado fatalities since the Anna-Westminster tornado of May 9, 2006. Severe weather is inevitable in Texas. Can you recognize the clues that suggest large hail, flash flooding, or a tornado? Do you want to become part of the severe weather warning system in your county? As part of its area-wide weather preparedness campaign, the National Weather Service Office in Fort Worth will answer these and many other questions at the SKYWARN severe weather program on February 15. The program will be held in partnership with City of Garland Emergency Management and is free and open to the public. No advanced registration is necessary.
For more information on severe weather, visit our website at weather.gov/fortworth and on Twitter at @NWSFortWorth.
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