SARnet is a linked UHF repeater network with coverage throughout the state of Florida. Keying up one local repeater brings up every repeater throughout the state, and so it's useful and used for wide area coverage for weather situations like Hurricane Ian which as of this writing is heading for the Tampa, Florida area.
Traffic so far has included readings of National Weather Service forecasts for Hurricane Ian, as well as tornado warnings for areas affected by the outer bands of the storm.
Get more information about the operations of the network at http://www.sarnetfl.com, and listen to a feed via Broadcastify at https://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/35392 The stream is monitored by KO4EFS on the Lee County NX4Y Repeater in North Fort Myers, Florida on 444.225Mhz.
Hurricane Watch Net is held on HF on 14325 MHz and 7268 MHz. The associated web site, https://www.hwn.org , has current information about hurricane and tropical storms using information out of the National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida. Monitor these frequencies via your favorite KiwiSDR receiver, or through WebSDR receivers at NA5B in the Washington, DC area at http://na5b.com:8901, or through your own HF receiver.
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