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(11/15/17) KXI73 Backbone Mountain, WV is out of service due to a damaged tower. Until service is resumed listeners are advised to check the NOAA Weather Radio County Coverage Listings for alternate transmitters serving their county. Croix (Christiansted), VI, is out of service due to wind damage caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Weather information is available on the NWS San Juan website at:
Additionally, listeners are welcome to contact the San Juan, PR WFO (787-253-4586) directly for further advice regarding the receipt of weather and alert information for their area.
If you do not want to wait, you can cancel the beeping by unplugging the radio from the wall, turning the radio over, and removing one battery. 2) Push SELECT 3) Use the up/down arrows to adjust the hour up or down. The ten-day missed test alarm is a way to assure viewers that their weather radio is performing properly.
Wait approximately 10-15 seconds, then replace the battery and plug the radio back in. To get from AM to PM, just continue past the hour 12. NOTE: The previous version of this radio, the Midland WR-100 does not make an audible beep.
From the inauguration of a president who has confessed on tape to sexual predation, to the explosion of harassment and assault allegations that began this fall, women’s confidence in men has reached unprecedented lows—which poses a not-insignificant issue among those who date them.
Not that things were all that much better in 2016, or the year before that; Gamergate and the wave of campus assault reporting in recent years certainly didn’t get many women in the mood, either.
Listeners who experience a reduced quality of audio are advised to check the NOAA Weather Radio County Coverage Listings for alternate transmitters serving their county.
(11/1/18) WXM86 Saipan, MP on the frequency 162.550 is out of service due to site tower blown down by Typhoon Yutu. Until service is resumed listeners in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) can get info or updates from the following sources: KWO35 New York, NY (frequency 162.550) has been removed from service due to failed lease negotiations.
We are working with the Cooperator to find and install a replacement.
Until service is resumed listeners are advised to check the NOAA Weather Radio County Coverage Listings for alternate transmitters serving their county.
The NOAA Weather Radio transmitter WNG547 Sugarloaf Mt, ME on frequency 162.450 MHz is operating in Degraded mode due to the tower being blown down by excessive winds.
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