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NWS Weather Broadcasts on Your AM/FM Radio

The Colorado Department of Transportation ( CDOT ) has established a series of repeater stations, allowing the All-Hazards NOAA Weather Radio broadcasts to be heard on standard AM/FM radios . Most of these stations are along the Interstate 70 corridor between Grand Junction and Denver, but a few extend into the more populated areas north and south of I-70 in western Colorado. A few of these stations transmit only road conditions, however. Four different FM frequencies are utilized, while two stations (in the Eagle and Edwards area) transmit a 10 Watt signal on an AM frequency. While these stations transmit weather information 24 hours a day, CDOT will occasionally interrupt broadcasts with important highway and travel information. Please note: the weather radio alarm features will NOT work on AM/FM radios.

Currently, the CDOT AM/FM radio weather information repeater network is as follows:

Map of CDOT AM/FM Radio rebroadcast sites for NOAA All Hazards Radios

Location Freq. Repeating NWR Transmitter Remarks
Aspen 107.9 FM Glenwood Springs  
Carbondale 107.9 FM Glenwood Springs  
Craig 99.7 FM Direct feed from NWS  
Delta 99.1 FM Montrose  
Eagle 107.9 FM Eagle Transmitter changed from Glenwood Spgs, June 2012 
Edwards 530 AM Eagle Transmitter changed from Glenwood Spgs, June 2012 
Newcastle 530 AM Glenwood Springs Broadcast interrupted for poor visibilities
Gunnison 99.1 FM Montrose  
Kremmling 107.9 FM Steamboat Springs  
Leadville 107.9 FM Glenwood Springs  
Montrose 99.1 FM Montrose  
Parachute 106.7 FM Grand Junction   
* The NWR Tone Alarm/SAME features will NOT work on AM/FM radios.
So, whether you own a NOAA Weather Radio or just a standard AM/FM radio, be sure to keep abreast of the latest weather conditions while at home or traveling the I-70, US Highway 50, or CO Highway 82 corridors in western Colorado. Happy listening!