Local Area SKYWARN Nets can be found on the following frequencies:
|Clark and Nye Counties, Nevada|
|145.300 *||(100.0 Hz)||Beacon Hill|
|146.790||(100.0 Hz)||Hi Potosi|
|147.180 *||(DCS = 244)||Angel Peak|
|147.180 *||(127.3 Hz)||Sprit Mtn|
|447.325 *||(100.0 Hz)||Red Mtn|
|Mohave County, Arizona
|Needles, California and
Lake Havasu City, Arizona
|San Bernardino County,
|Southern California Radio Network
Las Vegas Repeater Association, WA7HXO and
Nevada Amateur Radio Repeaters, Inc (NARRI)
for the use of their repeaters during times of severe weather.
SKYWARN updates are available on the Monday night ARES/RACES net at
7:30 pm PT on the 147.180 repeater
and on the Thursday night Mohave County, Arizona ARES/RACES net at
7:00 pm MST on the 145.11 repeater in Boulder City, Nevada
or 448.250 repeater in Kingman, Arizona.
The Las Vegas QST machine also has SKYWARN information on 146.730 (-) touchtone 2.
One way Mohave County, Arizona hams are looking at being notified of a
SKYWARN activation is with the use of
DTMF touch tone decoders to open receivers to the SKYWARN message traffic.
Clark County members are encouraged to monitor
NOAA weather radio 162.550 for weather developments
and the 147.015 ARES/RACES repeater during times of potential severe weather.
Stay tuned to NWS Special Weather Statements and Hazardous Weather Outlook Statements
to find out if SKYWARN will be activated.
Return to the Las Vegas Regional SKYWARN Home Page.
Last updated 17 April, 2008.