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MCMINN COUNTY SKYWARN
NOTE: SKYWARN is a registered trademark of NOAA's National Weather Service

Coordinating with the Morristown NWS office- WX4MRX

(NOTE: SKYWARN is a program of the National Weather Service and
is not affiliated with any other group, club, agency or entity.
All citizens and amateur radio operators are welcome to participate.
Please attend a Skywarn Spotter training class.)

CURRENT FREQUENCIES BELOW!
147.060 (-) 141.3 {MAKE SURE TO USE "-" OFFSET!}
Alternates 145.150 (-) 141.3
145.520 Simplex

ANY STATION MAY CHECK IN TO OUR NET,
HOWEVER, IF YOU HAVE A MORE LOCAL NET TO YOU,
PLEASE BE A PART OF THAT NET.
PLEASE DO NOT "DOUBLE REPORT" TO TWO NETS!
See how our Skywarn nets are run at http://www.mcminnarc.com/skywarn/nets.html

Click HERE for the Severe Weather Reporting Guide!!

SEVERE WEATHER REPORTING CRITERIA:

WINDS IN EXCESS OF 58 MPH

HAIL 1 INCH (QUARTER SIZE) OR LARGER

RAIN 1 INCH PER HOUR OR 2 INCHES OR MORE IN 24 HOURS

ANY DAMAGE DUE TO SEVERE WEATHER CAUSES

(NOTE: Be sure to check the Dates / Times of the following data!)

MORRISTOWN, TN DOPPLER RADAR, REAL TIME

MRX Radar

HYTOP, ALABAMA DOPPLER RADAR, REAL TIME

HTX Radar

NOTE: Be sure to check the Dates / Times of the following data!
Old data is left on until new data is issued by the NWS!

Hazardous Weather Outlook from Morrisotwn Forecast Office


Short Term Forecast from Morrisotwn Forecast Office



(NOTE: You will have to scroll through the lists below to find warnings for McMinn County)

TN SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS




TN TORNADO WARNINGS



Want to be a part of SKYWARN?
Contact District 3 Coordinator Scott Duckworth, NA4IT
by Amateur Radio on  147.060, 145.150, 443.275, or 442.275,

by phone at (423)263-1989,

or by e-mail at na4it@yahoo.com

Personal Weather Preparedness

Links to SKYWARN and the NWS
SKYWARN

NWS Morristown

NWS Morristown CWA SKYWARN Info

Training Materials Online "Here"

Spotter Traning Classes in the MRX CWA area

Not a part of Skywarn and need to report severe weather?
Contact your local 911 center!!

Ham Radio & SKYWARN go together!!