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Amateur Radio Emergency Preparedness Act.

What Is Skywarn?
Simply put, Skywarn is a storm spotter program organized, originally in the 1960s, by the National Weather Service. Skywarn is a totally volunteer program and includes some 350,000 to 400,000 trained spotters nationwide. Anyone can volunteer, but the program largely attracts those with an emergency services background or amateur radio operators.
Spotters provide weather reports all the time, but their main role involves severe storms. Spotters are trained to identify and report many aspects of severe storms, such as wind speed, hail size, tornadic development, and any damage observed in their area.
These are not storm chasers, but storm spotters. They don't chase down storms, but rather report what is happening in their communities in order to help the National Weather Service better see the "ground truth" about storms and more effectively warn the public by issuing warnings. Even with today's technology, storm spotters and the Skywarn program remain a vital pillar in the structure of severe weather alerts in the United States.
Kentucky Emergency Management (KYEM)- Emergency Management shares the Governor's vision to coordinate a system of mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery and protect the lives, environment, and property of the people of Kentucky.
KYEM is a division of the Kentucky Department of Military Affairs and its role and function are governed by legislative action as dictated in Chapter 39A-F of the Kentucky Revised Statutes.
KYEM consists of our main office located on Boone National Guard Center, at 100 Minuteman Parkway, in Frankfort, KY 40601, and 10 Area Offices located throughout the state.
Although state and local governments are ready to assist the public during times of emergencies and disasters, preparedness starts at home. In the event of large-scale disasters, it may take time to respond immediately.
SpotterNetwork- The SpotterNetwork brings storm spotters, storm chasers, coordinators, and public servants together in a seamless network of information. It provides accurate position data of spotters and chasers for coordination/reporting and provides ground truth to public servants engaged in the protection of life and property.
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Specific Area Message Encoding (SAME) code- NWR service to a county depends on reliable signal reception, which typically extends in about a 40 mile radius from the transmitter, assuming level terrain. Counties without NWR coverage or partial NWR coverage will be so indicated. Some counties or parts thereof, especially in mountainous areas, that are listed as having NWR coverage, may not have reliable reception in some locations due to signal blockages and/or excessive distance from the transmitter.
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