Yellville’s N.O.A.A. weather transmitter out of service

Those who rely on a weather radio for watches, warnings and weather information may have realized the inability to pick up the broadcast.
The Yellville transmitter for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (N.O.A.A.) weather radio for all hazards, at the frequency of 162.5, is temporarily out of service.Meteorologist Jeff Hood, from the National Weather Service in North Little Rock, explains.

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Hood says the tower has been down for a few days and it's anticipated it will be down for a few more days.

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The National Weather Service apologizes for any inconvenience and says they have technicians working on the problem.

Alternative weather frequencies, along with the entire state selection for county coverage, can be found at gov/nwr/coverage/ccov.php?State=AR .

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