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January 21, 2018

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    We serve the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area, including the counties of Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, and Washington. Read More
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    Find the frequencies used by Metro Skywarn severe weather radio nets. Read More
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    2017 spotter classes have ended

    Thank you to all spotters who attended class this year. Your time and commitment to Metro Skywarn and weather safety is most appreciated. Read More
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  • MSW Board Meeting
    The Metro Skywarn Board will be meeting Saturday January 13th at Maple Grove Fire Station #1 starting at 10:00. The address is 6880 Hemlock Ln N, Maple Grove, MN 55369. Skywarn Spotters are invited to attend. Our space is limited, if you are interested in attending, please send an email to
  • January Social & May picnic
    Due to many of our partner agencies being tied up with Superbowl planning & emergency services, we have delayed our January social until later in 2018. Stay tuned for updates. Our picnic will be on May 19 (rain date = 20th) at the NWS. Thank you for all you do for our communities! Board of
  • Webite
    To all Metro Skywarn Spotters: You may have noticed the MetroSkywarn.org website is currently down. Please watch the following for updates: Email list: MSW...@googlegroups.com (announcements, training information, etc) Email list: MSWA...@googlegroups.com (activations) Facebook https://www.facebo
  • Special Weather Statement issued January 21 at 8:59AM CST by NWS
    ...Reduced Visibilities in Fog Continue This Morning... Areas of fog will persist into the late morning hours. The fog will be dense at times in some areas, with visibility reduced to as low as 1/4 mile. Gradual improvement is expected late this morning. If driving this morning, be alert for rapidly changing visibilities
  • Winter Storm Warning issued January 21 at 3:56AM CST until January 23 at 12:00AM CST by NWS
    ...Hazardous Travel Late This Evening Through Monday... .Travel will become hazardous late this evening through Monday evening as a strong winter storm impacts the area. Precipitation will initially fall as an icy wintry mix or snow, changing over to all snow by mid morning on Monday. Snow accumulations of 6 to locally 12 inches are expected, along with icing up to 2/10 of an
  • Winter Storm Warning issued January 21 at 3:56AM CST until January 23 at 12:00AM CST by NWS
    ...Hazardous Travel Late This Evening Through Monday... .Travel will become hazardous late this evening through Monday evening as a strong winter storm impacts the area. Precipitation will initially fall as an icy wintry mix or snow, changing over to all snow by mid morning on Monday. Snow accumulations of 6 to locally 12 inches are expected, along with icing up to 2/10 of an
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