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NOAA Weather Alert Radio

GET WARNED WITH ALL HAZARDS WEATHER ALERT RADIO

The National Weather Service operates the All Hazards Weather Alert Radio Network. This is a service that provides for a 24-hour broadcast that includes the local forecasts, observations, special weather statements, marine data, and bulletins from the National Hurricane Center

All Hazards Weather Alert Radios also have an alarm feature that will alert you whenever a hazardous weather watch or warning has been issued by the National Weather Service. This alarm activates the radio from a silent standby mode to alert you to any severe weather threat. The alarm feature can also be used by Emergency Management to alert the public to any large scale non-weather related hazard such as a hazardous material incident or terrorist attack.

Modern All Hazards Weather Alert Radios can be programmed specifically to the local area so you will only hear warnings that apply to the local area. This feature is called S.A.M.E known as Specific Area Message Encoding.

SETTING UP YOUR WEATHER ALERT RADIO

The weather broadcast is received locally in Flagler County on the following frequencies;

162.400 MHz originating out Daytona Beach

162.425 MHz originating out of Palatka

The SAME code for Flagler County is 012035.

When you set up your All Hazards Weather Alert Radio, be sure you locate the radio where it has clear reception and where it can be easily heard in your home.

If you require assistance setting up your All Hazards Weather Alert Radio, please contact Flagler County Emergency Management at 313-4200 or e mail at info@FlaglerEmergency.com

For more information on NWS Weather Radio, click here.



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