Weather officials are saying there could be more storms this summer than previous years and both Oneida and Vilas counties want to train more storm spotters.
The next classes to train to be a spotter take place next next week.
Registrants will learn about cloud formations, severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, and flash flooding. Classes will last up to 2 hours. There is no charge.
Jim Galloway from Vilas County Emergency Management says in this region trained storm spotters are critical for safety....