We receive many inquiries on how to become a ham. Here is information on upcoming amateur radio courses in the Cincinnati area.
When we think of severe weather, we usually think of spring, not November. But, it happened today.
At a recent meeting in Wilmington, Ken Haydu – Meteorologist in Charge provided a summary of recent severe weather warning performance. Also discussed were changes occuring at the NWS office. Read all about it here.
Pictures from the National Weather Service office in Wilmington, including the Doppler Radar system and their amateur radio area.
Although severe weather becomes less frequent this late in the year, keep the batteries charged! New training net schedule starting in October.
This was a fantastic net with many valuable reports received. In fact, we’d have to look pretty hard to find anything wrong with it.
Effective immediately, WARN will be using our new club vanity call sign of W8NWS.
Covers the weather events from 6/9 to 6/12 and addresses issues pertinent to Cincinnati area amateur radio equipped spotters.
WARN was activated by the National Weather Service on Sunday 5/24/98 at about 4:30 P.M. for severe weather occurring in the Cincinnati Tri-state area.
A summary of the weather net that occurred in the early morning hours of Wednesday 4/8/98 and commentary from the attending control operaters.