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Active tonight with hurricane information is a net at 3.845 Mhz. Also WWL at 870 AM is doing a great job if you can receive it.
For other frequencies for hurricane information of all types check out [url]http://aa6kc.home.mindspring.com/[/url] You won’t find all of them active but it’s worth searching through them if you are looking for current accurate information about the area.
Even though we are in the middle of the country and have no threat from any hurricane our special coverage of the storm is proving to be a great way to demonstrate our value in times of emergency. It’s also getting us some very positive listener reaction.[/quote:9b1c2064b0]
I’ve been hearing WWL on the HF bands too, via WHR transmitter in S. Carolina. How ’bout THEM apples?!
It seems that the bands are thick with other ham emergency activities like SATERN and ARES as well on HF, not to mention the Coast Guard RTTY.
I’m not hearing much about RACES; their website looks sorely outdated.
Say…didn’t I see the page you linked to mentioned in DXLD or something…???