Hurricane Watch Net

Started by cockpitbob, October 06, 2016, 10:06:48 pm

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cockpitbob

October 06, 2016, 10:06:48 pm Last Edit: October 06, 2016, 10:09:04 pm by cockpitbob
The Net is active on 7.268.00 MHz and 14.325.00 for Hurricane Matthew.

It seems they have net controls in Niagra Falls and Minnesota.

Here's their live stream of the audio for 14.325 out of Niagra Falls with links to audio from other stations/frequencies.
http://www.hwn.org/tools/streaming-audio.html

Hey Gil, kind of a nice time to not be in FL, isn't it?

gil

Well, certainly! I would have liked to see It, in a weird way.. I never experienced a hurricane in Sarasota in the 22 years I lived there.. I'll listen to 14325.. Thanks.

Gil

cockpitbob

Anyone hearing anything interesting on the Hurricane Watch Nets?

Harvey has calmed down to a Cat-1 hurricane but is going to linger over Texas' gulf coast for a couple days and dump up to 4.5' of water!  Yes, 54" of water!!!!  The winds aren't awful, but the rainfall is Biblical, Noah type stuff.

The standard HWN frequencies are 14.325, 7.268 and 3.950.
They are live streaming the VoIP net on  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlZWa-hmp0g

The Salvation Army SATERN is on 14.265 and 7.265

I'm hearing very little, and what I do hear doesn't seem tactically useful.