Welcome to the board!
I have been interested in sirens for maybe 4 years, and interested in severe weather for longer. After so much time, I’ve collected more and more knowledge. I am by no means an expert, but you bet I’ve made progress. For finding sirens, there’s no easy way to learn besides practice. You may start by going into street view and saying, for example, “hey, that’s a Whelen Vortex.” The. You could look on aerial to find it, so if you see something similar on aerial, you could label it and check it in street view.
There’s lots of very specific information on here, more than most people need. That being said, the search feature is quite helpful.
If there’s anything you want to know, feel free to DM me or ask if you cannot find it through search.
Sentry rules, ATI's are for fools.
Living in Central Ohio, the Whelen capital of the country.