Coleman NOAA Weather Radio Out of Service

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service San Angelo, TX
915 AM CST Sun Feb 24 2013

...Coleman NOAA Weather Radio Transmitter Down...

The Coleman NOAA Weather Radio Transmitter (WXN-89), running at
162.475 MHz will be out of service until further notice.  We
apologize for the inconvenience.  SAME alarms and tone alerts for
weather hazards for Coleman County are available from the
surrounding transmitters.

The preferred transmitters are as follows:

Southern Coleman and Brown Counties...Richland Springs (162.525 MHz)

Northern Coleman and Brown Counties...Abilene (162.400 MHz)

Callahan County...Abilene (162.400 MHz)

Runnels County...San Angelo (162.550 MHz) or Abilene (162.400 MHz)

$$


 

Use this map to find alternative transmitters:

Transmitter  San Angelo County Warning Area - Click on transmitter icon for county coverage!!!
Abilene
WXK-29)
1000 Watts
162.400 MHz
WFO SJT NWR Transmitters
San Angelo
(WXK-33)
1000 Watts
162.550 MHz
Coleman
(WXN-89)
300 Watts
162.475 MHz
Junction
(WWG-93)
1000 Watts
162.475 MHz
Ozona
(WXL-44)
300 Watts
162.500 MHz
Richland Springs
(WWG-94)
1000 Watts
162.525 MHz
Sweetwater
(KWN-37)
300 Watts
162.425 MHz
Throckmorton
(WNG-722)
1000 Watts
162.425 MHz

 



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