N0NWS 145.490 MHz Southwest Missouri SkyWarn Severe Weather Net
|N0NWS 145.490 MHz Southwest Missouri SkyWarn Severe Weather Net||Amateur Radio
Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. Central
Encourages all licensed amateurs to check in via our participating repeaters or via EchoLink Node 291849 or N0NWS-R. Purpose of this net is to test our equipment in an effort to remain prepared for any communications emergency.
Sundays at 7:30 p.m. Central
Encourages young amateur operators to check in via our participating repeaters or via EchoLink Node 291849 or N0NWS-R. Purpose of this net is to provide a forum for younger amateurs to become active on amateur radio. Licensed amateurs of all ages are encouraged to check in and support the younger hams as well.
Springfield, MO: 145.490 (-) PL 136.5
Joplin, MO: 145.350 (-) PL 91.5
Walnut Grove, MO: 147.330 (+) PL 162.2
Buffalo, MO: 147.180 (+) PL 136.5
Branson, MO: 147.105 (+) PL 162.2
Houston. MO: 147.135 (+) PL 100.0 (linked only during Tuesday nets and during Severe Weather Nets)
Rolla, MO: 147.210 (+) PL 88.5 (linked only during Tuesday nets and during Severe Weather Nets)
Dixon, MO: 146.790 (-) PL 88.5 (linked only during Tuesday nets and during Severe Weather Nets)
291849 or N0NWS-R
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Thanks for tuning in. Always rely on N.O.A.A. Weather Radio first for the latest warnings in your area.
During severe weather events, you can hear storm spotters relaying information to the National Weather Service forecast office in Springfield, MO.
On Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Central, you can listen to our Skywarn Training Nets. If you are a licensed amateur radio operator, please check into our nets either on the air or via EchoLink. See frequencies and node information above.
Be safe, heed all warnings and advisories, and KEEP AN EYE TO THE SKY!!