kBrews Weather Spotting Frequency List
Revised 10 Oct 2011
** Entries known to be preferred sources of wx info
* Entries known as good sources of wx info
> part of linked SKYWARN radio network
Ratings are based on experience or information provided by
the source of the listing. No endorsement by the author is implied.
DUP indicates offset of repeater input frequency (+/- 600 kHz)
Mobile spotters are encouraged to use the following
Unofficial National Spotting Simplex Frequencies:
- 146.55 MHz (146.46 Backup)
- 223.520 MHz
- 446.100 MHz (often used for cross patching to 146.550 MHz.)
- 1294.550 MHz
Other Useful Info
NOAA Weather Radio Official Site:
NOAA Wx Radio
FAA automated weather stations broadcasting in aircraft band:
Broadcast radar data for your portable TV:
kBrews Chase Television Guide
Online live radars (for Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas):
kBrews Radar Schmadar Links
Interested in becoming a spotter? Read:
Becoming a Spotter
COCAMS/NWA, OEMA and NOAA Weather Partners (SPC, NSSL, NWS-OUN) present
National Severe Weather Workshop - 2011: March 3-5, 2011, Norman, Oklahoma
Save the Date! NSWW-2012: March 1-3, 2012, Norman, OK
Compiled by Keith Brewster, N0IAW
With help from Bill Bunting N5SAL (NWS, Kansas City),
Herb Stein, Doug Speheger KC5JUS (NWS OUN), Greg Stumpf (NSSL),
Sam Barricklow K5KJ, Garland, TX (sam.barricklow@DRIG.COM).
Robert Macedo, KD1CY, Taunton, MA, email@example.com (Northeast US))
...and many others as credited by state.
Corrections/Additions welcome, send to:
Please be sure to include the CITY location of the repeater so I
don't have to guess based on listings in the ARRL repeater directory.
Latest version of this file:
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