Severe Weather Awareness training in Sioux Falls postponed
Severe Weather Awareness training talks at the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls have been postponed to May due to another snowstorm blanketing the area.
The National Weather Service and Emergency Management Offices from the City of Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County and Lincoln County are partnering to offer the severe weather awareness training session.
The session was scheduled for April 22 but it has been postponed to May 13 at 7 pm at the Washington Pavilion.
"How ironic, but the weather continues to affect our Severe Weather Awareness talks," Todd Heitkamp posted on his Facebook page Monday. "This is the sixth talk that has been postponed. Maybe the Good Lord is trying to tell me something!"
The program will review weather safety procedures, storm spotting fundamentals, how to report severe weather observations, and historical storm systems that have affected the region. This session is open to area first responders and the general public at no cost.