Alabama Weather Prediction Thanks You

Before reading the requirements and regulations for our Team, all of us here at Alabama Weather Prediction want to thank you for your interest in wanting to join our Team. We believe there is a spot for everyone on our Team.


  • All Team Members must be at least 18 years old. There are no exceptions to this rule.
  • An account is required since this is the software we use to post our live updates through the website. 
  • A Twitter account is required to communicate with our fans and followers on Twitter, which is our go-to social media platform.
  • An active Facebook Messenger is required for communication. This does not require an active Facebook account, only Messenger.
  • Team Members must have passed the Spotter Network Test and/or by SKYWARN certified. Proof of this may be requested when you hear back from the Team prior to submitting the application.
  • We highly recommend a ClickUp account since this is where we coordinate weather events and projects
  • Good knowledge of radar data is required to be on this Team. This includes knowing reflectivity, velocity, and dual-pol products, as well as how radars operate.


The dos and don’ts for the Alabama Weather Prediction Team. By submitting your application you agree to these expectations.

You will not:

  • issue Warnings, Watches, or Advisories of your own. This includes “Code Red” or “Code Blue” nonsense.
  • impersonate any other member of NWS, media, or any other living being in the face of the Earth. You are you.
  • use any of your social media accounts for anything illegal
  • use anyone else’s information and call it your own. That’s stealing. Which is illegal.
  • post anything illegal on our website. Cloud porn is the only exception.
    say anything online that your mother would not approve of.
  • harass any of the Team members on Facebook Messenger. This will result in being banned. 

You will:

  • be kind to all of our fans and followers. Everyone is different, and not everyone has the same knowledge when it comes to weather
  • notify the Team if you need to take an extended leave of absence. We understand that real life is the priority over the weather.
  • have a great time and learn amazing things while on this Team.