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The MidWest Severe Storm Tracking Response Center (MidWest SSTRC, Inc.) is comprised of members whose primary purpose is to assist in providing early detection of severe weather. We communicate this critical information to government officials, other recognized agencies and organizations including the National Weather Service allowing for timely public severe weather warnings and providing emergency responses as appropriate. MidWest SSTRC Inc. endeavors to assist in any way it can in the protection of life and property from any threat, be it natural or man made.

MidWest SSTRC Inc. - A 501(c)(3) Non-profit Corporation
Current Activation Levels - Wisconsin



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Outlooks & Announcements
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Next General Meeting & 2014 Severe Weather/Spotter Class Schedule
04/15/14 12:48 PM

Next General Meeting: APRIL 21
Monday 7 PM � 9 PM
Monona Community Center
1011 Nichols Road
Monona, WI USA
(Note: Training times will be announced within the group emails)

2014 NWS Spotter/Severe Weather Classes � Wisconsin USA
NWS Milwaukee-Sullivan,
Milwaukee Skywarn, MidWestSSTRC.

Live in-person:

April 22, Dane Co, Madison, Alliant Energy Center, 1919 Alliant Energy Way, Mendota Room 3 & 4
Basic , 2-4 PM and 630 to 830 PM.
MIDWEST SSTRC

April 21, Walworth, Delavan, 6:30 - 8:30 PM, Delavan Fire Department, 811 Ann Street.
Pre-registration: 262-741-7700 Leave message.

April 23, Fond Du Lac Co, Fond Du Lac, 6:30-8:30 PM Marian University, Stayer Center,
45 South National Ave.

April 28, Sauk Co, Baraboo, Sauk County EMBS, 505 Broadway Street, Room B 24 & 30 in basement.
Basic 6-8 PM.
MIDWEST SSTRC

National Weather Service (NWS) Department of Homeland Security (DHS) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)