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Severe Storms; Fire Danger; and Strong Pacific Storms

More strong storms on tap for the Pacific Northwest this weekend. Heavy rains could produce flooding and mudslides. Saturday, a cold front moving into the central U.S. will bring potential for severe thunderstorms containing damaging winds, large hail, and isolated tornadoes; and localized flooding potential. Dry winds in southwestern California will keep fire weather threats high. Read More >

 

 


 

NOAA All Hazards Weather Radio (NWR) broadcasts 24 hours a day, relaying forecast, watch and warning information to the public across the nation.

NWR not only broadcasts weather information but also is the primary vehicle for the Emergency Alert System (EAS) which provides emergency notification targeted at specific areas (including Shelter-In-Place Warnings, Civil Emergency Messages, Fire Warnings and 911 outage information to name a few). 

 

Listen Live:  San Angelo NOAA Weather Radio!!!

 

Transmitter  San Angelo County Warning Area  
Abilene
WXK-29)
1000 Watts
162.400 MHz
 
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

 

 


 

NOAA Weather Radio Support:

 

 

NWR receivers can be purchased for as little as $20 and provide a good piece of mind during severe weather.  After properly programming your new radio, you can expect to be notified of inclement weather or of a threat to your neighborhood.  A loud audible alert accompanies the more urgent messages.

The National Weather Service in San Angelo operates 8 transmitters across West Central Texas.  These transmitter sites are found in the table above.