Stations
VHF NOAA weather radio stations that can be received by the SLC receiver

VHF NOAA Weather Radio (NWR) Stations

NOAA Weather Radio stations transmit continuous weather information from nearby National Weather Service offices. They are a service of the U.S. National Weather Service, Office of Climate, Water, and Weather Services.

NOAA Weather Stations
Frequency Mode Call Power Distance Description
162.4 MHz FM WXM22 100 Watts 67 Miles NOAA Weather Radio for Logan, Brigham City and Bear Lake. Located on 9,723 foot Logan Peak above Logan City in Cache County, Utah. Behind high mountains. Extremely weak. Sometimes below noise level. Interesting fade patterns at times due to "airplane flutter" and other phenomena.
162.45 MHz FM WWF46 120 Watts 38 Miles NOAA Weather Radio for Salt Lake City, Wasatch Front, Tooele and Delta. Located on South Mountain near Tooele, Utah.
162.475 MHz FM KXI30 100 Watts 113 Miles
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NOAA Weather Radio for Northwest Utah Deserts, Tooele County, and Wendover. Located on Wendover Peak at the Utah/Nevada state line. Not line-of-sight. Interesting fade patterns at times due to "airplane flutter" and other phenomena.
162.525 MHz FM WWF47 120 Watts 47 Miles NOAA Weather Radio for Salt Lake City, Wasatch Front, Tooele, and Delta. Located on Vernon Hill, Utah. Not line-of-sight.
162.55 MHz FM KEC78 330 Watts 26 Miles NOAA Weather Radio for Salt Lake City, Wasatch Front, Tooele, and Delta. Located on top of the Oquirrh Mountains Southwest of Salt Lake City, Utah. Line-of-sight.

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