Demopolis NOAA Weather Radio Is Back On The Air

| July 11, 2017 @ 10:40 am

UPDATE:

NOAA Weather Radio that serves the Demopolis region is back on the air. Maintenance has been completed. Here is the Public Information Statement from NWS Birmingham…

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
1046 AM CDT Tue Jul 11 2017

…DEMOPOLIS NOAA WEATHER RADIO IS BACK ON THE AIR…

The Demopolis NOAA Weather Radio transmitter, broadcasting on a frequency of 162.475 MHz, is back on the air.

Thank you for your patience. We apologize for any inconvenience this outage may have caused.

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NOAA Weather Radio that serves the Demopolis region in the southwestern part of Central Alabama has been taken off the air for scheduled maintenance. Service shall be restored and back on air by sometime this evening. Here is the Public Information Statement from NWS Birmingham…

Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Birmingham AL
1029 AM CDT Tue Jul 11 2017

…DEMOPOLIS NOAA WEATHER RADIO WILL BE OFF THE AIR…

The Demopolis NOAA Weather Radio transmitter, broadcasting on a frequency of 162.475 MHz, will be off the air for scheduled maintenance today through early afternoon.

During this time frame the radios may experience periodic outages. The technicians will work as quickly as possible to complete the work and get the audio back as soon as possible. In the meantime, please refer to local media and commercial radio for the latest weather information. Backup NOAA Weather Radio transmitters are:

Selma, broadcasting on a frequency of 162.450 MHz, and Tuscaloosa, broadcasting on a frequency of 162.400 MHz.

Keep in mind that not all backup transmitters will tone for your specific county, so please stay weather aware during the outage.

Thank you for your patience. We apologize for any inconvenience this outage may cause.

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