Almost-live stream of WXK85, the NOAA Weather Radio station serving Oklahoma on frequency 162.400 MHz. Programming comes from the Norman Forecast Office (weather.gov/norman). Audio is delayed by a few minutes; do not use during emergencies.
A nearly real-time broadcast of Oklahoma City Weather Radio, operating on a frequency of 162.40 megahertz, serving portions of northern, western, central, and southern Oklahoma, and western north Texas. Stream audio is delayed by a few minutes and should not be relied upon for live emergency information, such as during tornado emergencies or other events where critical information must be received immediately. Likewise, this feed is provided over a consumer residential internet connection that has no uptime service guarantee, so always have a real weather radio (with batteries) for use during emergency situations.