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Weather Radio Transmitters Programmed by
NWS Norman
Oklahoma
Altus162.425 MHz
Ardmore162.525 MHz
Atoka162.500 MHz
Chickasha162.450 MHz
Clinton162.525 MHz
Enid162.475 MHz
Lawton162.550 MHz
Oklahoma City162.400 MHz
Ponca City162.450 MHz
Stillwater162.500 MHz
Wewoka162.550 MHz
Woodward162.500 MHz
Texas
Wichita Falls162.475 MHz

Weather Radio Transmitters Covering Counties in the Norman Area
Kansas
Sharon162.400 MHz
Oklahoma
Antlers162.400 MHz
Guymon162.500 MHz
McAlester162.475 MHz
Texas
Childress162.525 MHz
Denton162.450 MHz
Miami162.450 MHz
Paris162.550 MHz
Sherman162.475 MHz
Throck-
morton
162.425 MHz
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Weather Radio Tests

The Norman Forecast Office conducts a weekly alert test. The weekly test is provided to allow radio owners to verify that their radios are functioning correctly. Some radios display a message, such as "Check Op," after they fail to receive the test. At NWS Norman, as with most NWS offices, the weekly weather radio test is conducted each Wednesday at noon. If there is a risk of severe weather around noon on Wednesday, the test is postponed until the next "good weather" day.

It is not unusual for radios located near the edge of the reliable broadcast area to fail to receive the test occasionally. However, if this occurs repeatedly, you should attempt to improve the radio's reception, either by relocating the radio, adjusting its antenna, or adding an external antenna. In a few cases, this situation may be helped by tuning to a different transmitter.


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