|City||Red Mountain/Las Vegas, NV|
|Broadcast area||Las Vegas Valley|
|Branding||NOAA All Hazards Radio|
|Slogan||The Voice Of The National Weather Service|
|First air date||circa 1977|
|Owner||NOAA/National Weather Service|
WXL36 (sometimes referred to as Las Vegas All Hazards) is a NOAA Weather Radio station that serves the Las Vegas Valley and surrounding areas. It is programmed from the National Weather Service forecast office in Enterprise, Nevada with its transmitter located on Red Mountain near Boulder City, Nevada.
The station operates on a frequency of 162.550 MHz and provides primarily weather forecasts, watches, warnings and advisories for Clark County in Southern Nevada.
The station's primary forecast areas are the Las Vegas Valley and Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Hourly weather observations covers conditions for Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Nellis Air Force Base, Desert Rock, Reno, Barstow, California and Needles, California.
The Las Vegas Valley is also served by another NOAA Weather Radio transmitter, WNG634, which until 2007 was a simulcast station of WXL36, and transmitted on 162.400 MHz from Mount Potosi. This station's primary focus areas are the Las Vegas Valley, Mount Charleston and Western Clark and Southern Nye Counties. Watches, warnings and advisories are issued for Clark and Southern Nye County in Nevada and San Bernardino County in California.