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Excessive Rainfall in Southeast Texas and Southern Louisiana; Dangerous Heat in the West and Northern Plains

Heavy to excessive rainfall will persist through Thursday from southeast Texas into southern Louisiana, bringing the threat of flash, urban and small stream flooding. A Moderate Risk (level 3 of 4) of excessive rainfall is in effect through Thursday. Dangerous heat will continue across the Western U.S. and northern Plains through Thursday. High temperatures could reach or exceed 100 degrees. Read More >

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Three NOAA Weather Radios

  • What is NOAA Weather Radio (NWR)?
    • A nationwide radio broadcast network for communicating the latest weather information from the nearest National Weather Service office.
  • What is a benefit of the NOAA Weather Radio network for public, travelers and outdoor enthusiasts?
    • Provides unequaled means of obtaining the latest weather information available as well as the quickest source for warnings of natural hazards.

  • What products can you hear on a NOAA Weather Radio broadcast?
    • Official Weather Service warnings, watches, forecasts and other hazard information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • How do you listen to NOAA Weather Radio?
    • Specially built radio receivers which can tune into the NWR broadcasts
    • NWS staff produce Weather Radio broadcasts. NWS neither manufactures nor sells receivers. You can buy receivers at many retail outlets such as electronics, department, sporting goods, and boat and marine accessory stores and their catalogs as well as online.
    • More information on buying and programming your NOAA Weather Radio
  • What is SAME technology?
    • SAME technology allows alerting only for a specific area programmed into the radio by the user. To program currently available NWS SAME receivers with the proper county(s) of choice a user will need to know the 6-digit SAME code number(s), called FIPS codes, for that county(s). Arizona FIPS Codes

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NOAA Weather Radios Maintained by NWS Flagstaff

Transmitter Location

Call Sign Frequency

Flagstaff and southern Coconino/Navajo Counties at Mount Elden

WXK-76 162.400

Grand Canyon and northern Coconino County at Hopi Point

WWF-52 162.475

Window Rock and central Navajo Nation at Piney Hill

WWF-99 162.550

Prescott, Quad Cities and Verde Valley at Mingus Mountain

WWF-98 162.525

White Mountains region at Greens Peak

KXI-23 162.525

Payson and northern Gila County at Mount Ord

WWG-41 162.425

Other Arizona Stations



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Important Notes about the Streaming Products

Regional Synopsis: a description of the general weather pattern expected over the next few days

Zone Forecast: a weather forecast for specified areas

Hourly Observations: hourly observations from around the state

Weather watches, warnings, and advisories are NOT available through these web broadcasts

Q: Are these truly live broadcasts?

A: These audio files are the most up-to-date select excerpts available from six NWR transmitters located throughout northern Arizona. To get the full suite of weather information, tune into the nearest transmitter for your location using a NOAA Weather Radio.