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Thank you for your interest in helping our Organization. Your funds will go towards our mission of providing accurate weather forecasts, and doing outreach to the Community. Your generous donations will even go to improving our website, and assisting with the cost of upkeep, improving our technology, etc. We appreciate your help!

Donate through Zelle: donations@usawx.org

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What we do at USA Weather!

USA Weather is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the timely and accurate dissemination of weather information to the public though our internet web sites, and warning the public of potentially dangerous weather conditions. The organization was co-founded in late July of 2003 by Storm Chaser James Covington, KB9ZXY, and Meteorologist Don Sell, WB9TYJ. It has been in continuous operation since that time. USA Weather is staffed by volunteers who love weather and the science of meteorology, and enjoy forecasting.

We hire meteorologists and weather enthusiasts who want to volunteer their time to producing local weather forecasts, in addition to, national outlook forecasts for severe (thunderstorms & tornadoes), winter, hydrological, and climatological weather events.

In 2022, we are on our biggest rebrand of the organization ever by introducing GIS to the website and a proprietary system for producing forecasts and alerts (also GIS-based).

Employee of the Month

What is The Employee of The Month?
The Employee of the Month is someone in the Organization who is voted upon by the Administration that displays certain characteristics and shows extreme dedication to the Organization. The Employee of the Month is awarded a certificate of achievement.

March: Lucas Clover / Public Relations Officer

Mr. Clover has gone way above and beyond the call of duty in the Organization, especially regarding his nowcasting duties in the Severe Weather Division and his role as our Marketing Director. Mr. Clover has spent many overnights issuing Nowcast products (Short Term Outlooks and Public Weather Advisories) for the Severe Weather Division, and he manages to make time to dedicate to Nowcasting during his free time above his normal job during the day. Furthermore, Mr. Clover has spent his time and money going to various weather conferences as part of outreach and marketing for USA Weather to let people know exactly who we are. Additionally, as of late, Lucas has allowed us to be a primary sponsor for the TESSA (Texas Severe Storms Association) 2024 Conference, which includes various speakers, including someone from the Storm Predication Center in Norman, OK. Lucas, because of your hard work and dedication lately towards the Organization, you have been voted upon to be selected the Forecaster of the Month for March of 2024. May you continue to be richly blessed in your endeavors with the Organization, and we thank you for your hard work, and dedication to this Organization.

Work with us!

USA Weather is a weather website that offers weather forecast products and gives folks an opportunity to volunteer that have a keen interest in atmospheric sciences or meteorology, but either do not have a degree, or may not be able to obtain a degree; but, want to offer their time forecasting for their respective local area. Applicants must be at least eighteen (18) years of age.

As an applicant, you will go through a process that allows to share your experience, take our entrance exam, and tell us why you want to volunteer with USAWX. Our Human Resources Department will receive your application, make a final decision, and then follow up with you via email.

We are excited to have you on our amazing team, and we can't wait to have you on board!

Apply and join the other
23 people
at USA Weather with a passion of meteorology

The kind of people we're looking for!

  • Meterologist/Forecaster in Charge
    Oversee operations in their LFO(s), coordinates with Lead Forecasters/Nowcasters, issue forecasts on a set schedule, and other managerial duties. Experience and/or degree required.
  • Lead Forecaster
    Supervises and coordinates all forecasters within a LFO, produce forecasts on a set schedule, coordinate with the MIC/FIC, issue nowcasts if needed, and fill in as necessary to cover other forecasters' shifts. Experience required.
  • Lead Nowcaster
    Supervises and coordinates all nowcasters within a LFO, nowcast on a set schedule (includes issuing alert, statements, PWAs, and STOs as necessary), coordinate with the MIC/FIC, issue forecasts if needed, and fill in as necessary to cover other nowcasters' shifts. Experience required.
  • Forecaster
    Forecast on a set schedule, coordinate with Lead Forecaster(s), and complete at least one forecast package per shift. Experience preferred but training is available.
  • Nowcaster
    Nowcast on a set schedule, coordinate with Lead Nowcaster(s), and issue alerts, statements, PWAs, or STOs as necessary during shift. Experience preferred but training is available.

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