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Revision as of 14:30, 28 May 2023 by Ssilicon (The link for the National Weather Service Marine Forecasts has been changed by the NWS. I replaced the old link with the new one.)
NOAA Weather Radio Frequencies
Continuous broadcast of weather information from the National Weather Service
|162.40000||B||CSQ||NWS 162.400||Weather Radio 162.400||FM||Other|
|162.42500||B||CSQ||NWS 162.425||Weather Radio 162.425||FM||Other|
|162.45000||B||CSQ||NWS 162.450||Weather Radio 162.450||FM||Other|
|162.47500||B||CSQ||NWS 162.475||Weather Radio 162.475||FM||Other|
|162.50000||B||CSQ||NWS 162.500||Weather Radio 162.500||FM||Other|
|162.52500||B||CSQ||NWS 162.525||Weather Radio 162.525||FM||Other|
|162.55000||B||CSQ||NWS 162.550||Weather Radio 162.550||FM||Other|
Channels 1 and 7 are the original frequencies. The other frequencies were added when closer station spacing resulted in interference.
Three additional frequences - 161.650 MHz, 161.775 MHz, and 163.275 MHz - are sometimes included in weather radios, although they are not used by NOAA/NWS. See National Weather Service Marine Forecasts, under Equipment, for more information on these additional frequencies.
- National Weather Service has more information and a station list.
- Environment Canada also uses these frequencies plus AM and FM broadcast frequencies.
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