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NOAA Weather Radio ROUTINE Content (does not contain Watches/Warnings/Advisories or Nowcasts).

Transmitter LocationCall SignFrequencyIndividual Products
Mount Elden at Flagstaff
Serving southern Coconino County, NE Yavapai
County, and southern Navajo County
WXK-76162.400  Tune In
Porter Mountain east of Show Low
Serving the southern Navajo Reservation, SE
Coconino County, central and southern Navajo
and Apache Counties, and NE Gila County
WNG-548162.400  Tune In
Hopi Point at Grand Canyon
Serving central and western Coconino County
WWF-52162.475  Tune In
Piney Hill near Window Rock
Serving the central and eastern Navajo Reservation
WWF-99162.550  Tune In
Mingus Mountain northeast of Prescott
Serving SC and SE Coconino County, and all but
SW Yavapai County
WWF-98162.525  Tune In
Greens Peak (White Mountains)
Serving the southern Navajo Reservation, SE
Coconino County, central and southern Navajo
County, and central and southern Apache County
KXI-23162.525  Tune In
Mount Ord (Payson)
Serving SE Yavapai County, SE Coconino
County, Gila County, and southern Navajo County
WWG-41162.425  Tune In


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is NOAA Weather Radio?
A: For information on the subject, please visit our NOAA Weather Radio (NWR) page. The page you are viewing is designed to allow you to tune into the internet broadcasts.
Q: How can I listen in to the products in the NWR Routine broadcast cycle?
A: You will a media player intalled on the PC that you are using to browse the Internet. Most computers already have a player installed, so you may not have to download any special software. You will also need to be connected to the Internet at 14.4 Kbps or faster, we recommend a 28.8 Kbps connection or better for the best results. Click on the link for the NWR product you wish to listen to, and your default Media Player will load and play the MP3 clip.
Q: Are these truly live broadcasts?
A: The audio MP3 files you are listening to are excerpts from the transmission from our seven NWR transmitters in Flagstaff. Routine products in the respective NWR broadcast cycles have been encoded as MP3 files, and placed on our web server so that you may listen to them. Each time a routine product in the broadcast cycle is updated, a new MP3 file is encoded, so that whatever you are listening to is always current.
Q: What weather information will I hear over these web broadcasts of NOAA Weather Radio?
A: The web broadcasts contain only selected products from the full suite available on NOAA Weather Radio. Currently, you can listen to a description of the general weather pattern expected over the next few days, a weather forecast for specified areas, a daily climatological summary for Flagstaff, and hourly observations from around the state. Currently, weather watches, warnings, and advisories are NOT available through these web broadcasts off NOAA Weather Radio. A method to deliver these products is being investigated. Stay tuned for additional improvements to these web broadcasts as they become available.

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Flagstaff Weather Forecast Office
P.O. Box 16057
Bellemont, AZ 86015-6057
http://weather.gov/flagstaff

Tel: (928) 556-9161

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