- National Association of Storm Chasers Spotters (NASCAS)
Working to provide accurate safety and educational information to the public, educators, media, government officials, students, and to those who actually pursue severe weather.
- Storm Spotting and Public Awareness Since the First Tornado Forecasts of 1948
Traces the history of storm spotting, which began in World War II as an effort to protect the nation's military installations and later became a public service.
- Storm Spotter Guides Online
Offers learning modules for basic and advanced storm spotting, as well as information on storm chasing, derived from the official NOAA Storm Spotters Guide.
- Components of Thunderstorms: Severe Storm Spotters Guide
Provides training in updraft/downdraft analysis, effects of wind shear on thunderstorm development, dangers of various outflow phenomena generated by thunderstorms, and how to spot wall clouds.
- Australian Storm Spotters' Guide
Guide adapted from The Storm Spotters' Handbook, published by the Bureau of Meteorology, Australia, in 1995, discussing thunderstorms, how to assess severity from storm features, wall clouds, tornadoes, and other types of storms.
- Storm Spotter's Reference Guide
Introduction to the storm spotter's role, spotter do's and don'ts, key definitions, severe storm safety rules, where and how to report information, and other resources from the National Weather Service in Louisville, Kentucky.
- Storm Spotter Course & Intro: Butler County Dept. of Emergency Management
Learn what it takes to be a storm spotter, a committed individual who not only has a love of weather, but cares deeply about the safety and welfare of the citizens in our communities.