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Severe Thunderstorms and Heavy Rainfall on the East Coast

Scattered severe thunderstorms may continue Friday over the Carolinas and along the East Coast north into parts of the Mid-Atlantic. Damaging wind gusts and a few tornadoes are the primary threats. Across the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic, localized flash and urban flooding impacts are possible due to potentially heavy rainfall, particularly over steep terrain and in vulnerable urban areas. Read More >


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NOAA Weather Radio KIH-62
162.40 MHz - Greater Fresno Area
Routine broadcasts include:
The Central San Joaquin Valley weather forecast covering the next 36 to 48 hours (updated at least twice daily, at 3:30 am/pm)
Below is the approximate listening area for the NOAA Weather Radio transmitter. The listening area is based upon line-of-sight with the transmitter. The quality of what you hear is dictated by the distance from the transmitter, local terrain, and quality and location of your receiver.
Aeral coverage map for KIH-62
Short-term forecasts for the Central San Joaquin Valley and Sierra Nevada (issued & updated as needed)
The Southern Sierra Nevada forecast covering the next 36 to 48 hours including Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks(updated at least twice daily, at 3:30 am/pm)
Three to seven day extended forecasts for Central California including the Central San Joaquin Valley and the Central Sierra Nevada (updated twice daily, at 3:30 am/pm)
Current weather observations from selected sites in Central and Southern California (updated hourly)
Daily climatological summary for Fresno based on observations from the Fresno Yosemite International (updated at 6:00 pm)

As always, during severe weather, routine broadcasts can be interrupted and special warning messages inserted concerning threat to life and property.