National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Strong to Severe Storms in the Northern and Central High Plains; Very Hot Temperatures in South Texas and Florida

Scattered strong to severe thunderstorms capable of producing severe winds and hail are likely to develop this afternoon in the northern and central High Plains. Isolated large hail and heavy rainfall will also be possible in southwest Texas. The combination of high surface temperatures and high humidity will lead to heat index values up to 110 degrees in portions of south Texas and Florida. Read More >

Problems receiving the NWR broadcast can be due to issues with the NWR transmitter, your NWR receiver, or possibly both.
Please check the list of known outages/degraded service shown at Current Outages before proceeding. 

If your transmitter is not listed at Current Outages, the problem may be possibly be with your receiver.
If your NWR receiver is not working properly or you need assistance in programming your NWR receiver,
please click here for a list of manufacturers for assistance.
Report NWR transmitter outages (dead air) or failure to receive the weekly test (every Wednesday between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon) local time. 

NOTE: The weekly test may not be performed if there is severe weather in the area of the transmitter during the time scheduled for the test.

If you are unable to receive the NWR broadcast and are reasonably certain that your receiver is operating correctly,
please call or text the word "Go" to the following numbers to report NWR Transmitter problems or to get transmitter information.

1-888-886-1227 or 1-888-697-7263

For text messages, message and data rates may apply. Response times may vary by carrier.

or send an email to nwroutage@noaa.gov or fill in the form below.

Use the form below to report broadcast problems.


PLEASE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:

 


 

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