National Weather Service

The National Weather Service is responsible for weather, water, climate forcasts, and warnings.

Skywarn Weather Spotter is a program run by the National Weather Service (NWS) which uses volunteer observers for reporting all types of hazardous weather. Originally introduced in the 1960's in the Midwest as an early warning tornado detection system, the program is open to all people. The NWS, in conjunction with the Office of Disaster & Emergency Services, provides training each spring. For more information, check out the Skywarn site.

Other Training Links:

National Weather Service Office - Great Falls

 

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday                                      8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Location

20 4th Ave. SW                             Conrad, MT 59425

Located on the bottom floor of the Courthouse.

(406) 271-4040                                    (406) 271-4084 fax

E-mail us at                                              pondes@3rivers.net

Coordinator
LeAnn Hermance

Deputy
Clete Gregory

IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY CALL 911

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