National Weather Service St. Louis, Missouri

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National Weather Service St. Louis is the National Weather Service office located in Weldon Spring, Missouri, just outside of St. Louis, Missouri.

NOAA weather radio stations[edit]

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The St. Louis office operates 11 stations in western Illinois and eastern Missouri.

KDO-89[edit]

KDO89 - St. Louis All Hazards
City of license Shrewsbury/St. Louis, Missouri
Broadcast area Greater St. Louis
Branding NOAA All Hazards Radio
Slogan The Voice Of The National Weather Service
Frequency 162.550 MHz
Format Weather/Civil Emergency
Power 1,000 Watts
HAAT 1,079 M
Class C
Owner NOAA/National Weather Service
Website www.weather.gov/lsx

KDO89 (sometimes referred to as St. Louis All Hazards) is a NOAA Weather Radio station that serves Greater St. Louis and surrounding cities. It is programmed from the National Weather Service forecast office in St. Louis, Missouri with its transmitter located in Shrewsbury. It broadcasts weather and hazard information for Franklin, Jefferson, Lincoln, St. Charles, St. Louis, and Warren counties in Missouri as well as Madison, Monroe, and St. Clair counties in Illinois.[1]

WWF-75[edit]

WWF-75
City of license Bourbon, Missouri
Branding NOAA All Hazards Radio
Frequency 162.525 MHz
Format Weather/Civil Emergency
Power 1,000 Watts
Website www.weather.gov/lsx

WWF-75 is located just northeast of Bourbon, Missouri operating at 162.525 MHz. The station serves Cuba, Sullivan, and Union and provides weather and hazard information for Gasconade, Franklin, Crawford, Washington, Iron, and Phelps counties in Missouri. Programming for Phelps County is provided by the National Weather Service office in Springfield, Missouri.[2]

WXK-82[edit]

WXK-82
City of license Hannibal, Missouri
Branding NOAA All Hazards Radio
Frequency 162.475 MHz
Format Weather/Civil Emergency
Power 1,000 Watts
Website www.weather.gov/lsx

WXK-82 is located adjacent to Palmyra Rd. in northwest Hannibal, Missouri, operating at 162.475 MHz. The station provides weather and hazard information for Lewis, Shelby, Marion, Monroe, Ralls, and Pike counties in Missouri, as well as Adams, Brown, and Pike counties in Illinois.[3]

WXL-45[edit]

WXL-45
City of license Columbia, Missouri
Branding NOAA All Hazards Radio
Frequency 162.400 MHz
Format Weather/Civil Emergency
Power 1,000 Watts
Website www.weather.gov/lsx

WXL-45 is located adjacent to County Rd. 202 just northwest of Fulton in Callaway County, Missouri, operating at 162.400 MHz. The station provides weather and hazard information for Audrain, Boone, Callaway, Cole, Osage, and Gasconade counties in Missouri.[4] Licensed to Columbia, it provides local forecasts for Columbia, Jefferson City and Mexico. Columbia and Jefferson City are also served by KWN55 in Jamestown, a newer transmitter that provides a stronger signal than WXL45 to much of Boone County and Cole County.

WWG-49[edit]

WWG-49
City of license Fredericktown, Missouri
Branding NOAA All Hazards Radio
Frequency 162.500 MHz
Format Weather/Civil Emergency
Power 1,000 Watts
Website www.weather.gov/lsx

WWG-49 is located near Cedar Mountain southwest of Fredericktown on Route C in Madison County, Missouri, operating at 162.500 MHz. The station provides weather and hazard information for St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve, Iron, Reynolds, Madison, Wayne, and Bollinger counties in Missouri. Programming for Wayne and Bollinger counties are provided by the National Weather Service office located in Paducah, Kentucky.[5]

KXI-49[edit]

KXI-49 is located southeast of Salem, IL. It operates at 162.475 MHz and serves Salem, Mt. Vernon, and Centralia in south-central Illinois.

KXI-70[edit]

KXI70 - Jerseyville All Hazards
City of license Jerseyville, Illinois
Broadcast area Jerseyville/Greater St. Louis
Branding NOAA All Hazards Radio
Slogan The Voice Of The National Weather Service
Frequency 162.450 MHz
Format Weather/Civil Emergency
Power 300 Watts
HAAT 84 M
Class C
Owner NOAA/National Weather Service
Website www.weather.gov/lsx

KXI70 (sometimes referred to as Jerseyville All Hazards) is a NOAA Weather Radio station that serves Jerseyville, Illinois and surrounding cities as well as the northern and eastern portions of the Greater St. Louis area. It is programmed from the National Weather Service forecast office in St. Louis, Missouri with its transmitter located southeast of Jerseyville. It broadcasts weather and hazard information for the following counties in Illinois: Calhoun, Greene, Jersey, Macoupin, and Madison.[6]

KXI-42[edit]

Located northwest of Chester, IL and operating at 162.450 MHz, KXI-42 serves Chester, Illinois and Perryville, Missouri.

KXI-79[edit]

Located just east of Coffeen Lake near Hillsboro, IL and operating at 162.425 MHz, KXI-79 serves Litchfield and Vandalia in south-central Illinois.

KWN-55[edit]

Located west of Jamestown in Moniteau County and operating at 162.425 MHz, KWN-55 serves Columbia, Jefferson City, and California in central Missouri. Together with WXL45, the station serves the Columbia and Jefferson City areas.

WNG-728[edit]

Located east of Bellflower in Montgomery County, WNG-728 operates at 162.450 MHz and serves a large area of northeastern Missouri including Bowling Green, Warrenton, Troy, Hermann, and fringe coverage extending from Mexico to the northwestern St. Louis suburbs.

References[edit]

  1. ^ KDO-89 - St. Louis, Mo - Frequency 162.550 MHz noaa.gov. Accessed September 2, 2012
  2. ^ WWF-75 - Bourbon, Mo - Frequency 162.525 MHz noaa.gov. Accessed September 2, 2012
  3. ^ WXK-82 - Hannibal, Mo - Frequency 162.475 MHz noaa.gov. Accessed September 2, 2012
  4. ^ WXL-45 - Columbia - Frequency 162.400 MHz noaa.gov. Accessed September 2, 2012
  5. ^ WWG-49 - Fredericktown, Mo - Frequency 162.500 MHz noaa.gov. Accessed September 2, 2012
  6. ^ KXI-70 - Jerseyville, Il - Frequency 162.450 MHz noaa.gov. Accessed September 2, 2012

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