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Winter Storm Departing Northeast; Strong Winds in Southern California

A winter storm in the Northeast U.S. will depart today with heavy snow in the region and over a portion of the central Appalachians tapering off through this afternoon and evening. Lake effect snow downwind of the lower Great Lakes and a potential for blinding snow squalls over the Ohio Valley will linger through tonight. Strong offshore Santa Ana winds are expected today in southern California. Read More >

NWR service to a county depends on reliable signal reception, which typically extends in about a 40 mile radius from the transmitter, assuming level terrain. Counties without NWR coverage or partial NWR coverage will be so indicated. Some counties or parts thereof, especially in mountainous areas, that are listed as having NWR coverage, may not have reliable reception in some locations due to signal blockages and/or excessive distance from the transmitter.


You may go directly to your corresponding state or territory below and locate your county name and Specific Area Message Encoding (SAME) code; NWR transmitter frequency, call sign and power; and coverage remarks (if any.) A description of columns in the state tables is available.

 

Download a complete listing of same codes for all states and counties here.

 

Alabama Indiana Nebraska South Carolina District of Columbia
Alaska Iowa Nevada South Dakota Guam
Arizona Kansas New Hampshire Tennessee N. Mariana Islands
Arkansas Kentucky New Jersey Texas Puerto Rico
California Louisiana New Mexico Utah U.S. Virgin Islands
Colorado Maine New York Vermont American Samoa
Connecticut Maryland North Carolina Virginia  
Delaware Massachusetts North Dakota Washington  
Florida Michigan Ohio West Virginia  
Georgia Minnesota Oklahoma Wisconsin  
Hawaii Mississippi Oregon Wyoming  
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Illinois Montana Rhode Island   MARINE