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Weather Spotter Class
Date: 4/11/2012 Album ID: 1449768
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Charlene Wise of Brawley, The class sounded very interesting, learning what to look for in the weather.

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Miller / April 11, 2012
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Jim Spellins Its a refresher course for me, as a weather spotter I enjoy the public service I am providing.

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Miller / April 11, 2012
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Joe Robles of Brawley, I love weather, anything to do with weather you will find me there. I became a spotter in 2003 and would drive to yuma for the classes so its nice to be able to take the class here and catch up various things that might have changed.

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Ken Waters points out cloud patters during a power point presentaion for volunteer weather spotters Wednesday afternoon at the Imperial County Fire Emergency Managment in Heber.

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Volunteer weather spotters gather Wednesday afternoon in Heber for a class to show them what weather phenomena they should be looking for in their area and how they can report it.

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Miler / April 11, 2012
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Ken Watters speaks to the volunteer weather spotters Wednesday afternoon during a weather spotting calss held at the Imperial County Fire emergency managment office in Heber. 

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Miller / April 11, 2012
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