Tempe Spotter class sign-up form
Saturday February 29th

1pm - 3pm

Tempe Public Library
Meeting Room A (Basement level)
3500 S. Rural Road


Please complete the registration form below. The information you provide is optional (see Privacy Policy), but without complete information we may not be able to process your registration. Click "submit" when you are finished and your completed registration form will be submitted to the National Weather Service. You will receive a confirmation email. Please submit a separate form for each person that will participate. If you experience any difficulty or problems registering, please contact us at 602-275-7418.

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Already a Spotter with our office?
If so, enter your ID number
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First Name *
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Last Name *
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Primary Email address *
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Confirm email address *
(re-enter address)
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Secondary email address (if applicable)
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Primary phone number *
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Secondary phone number (if applicable)
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Amateur Radio call sign (if applicable)
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Twitter handle (if applicable)
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Home Address (number and street name) *
Please enter home street address - not P.O. Box (if any)
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Home Address - City name *
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Home Address - State code *
for example. AZ (for Arizona)
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Home Address - Zip Code *
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Nearest major cross-streets *
for example "Highway 60 and Russell Rd."
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Do you have a complete home weather station (not required to have one)?
If yes, list the make and model on the next question. If the data is available on the Web, list the station ID and address (URL) on the next question.
Do you have any weather equipment? (rain gauge, anemometer, etc.)
weather equipment is not a requirement to be a Spotter
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