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Issued by NWS Melbourne, FL

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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Melbourne FL
1140 AM EST TUE FEB 12 2019

...Orlando NOAA Weather Radio May Experience Intermittent
Outages Today...

The Orlando NOAA weather radio transmitter KIH-63, operating on
a frequency of 162.475 megahertz may experience intermittent
broadcast outages today, Tuesday, February 12, 2019 as technicians
perform preventative maintenance.

This transmitter serves Lake, Osceola, Orange, Seminole, Polk and
Volusia counties.

While normal broadcasts are interrupted, the National Weather
Service in Melbourne suggests that NOAA Weather Radio listeners in
these counties tune to their local media outlets for the latest
National Weather Service watches, warnings and statements. Official
National Weather Service information is also available at the
following web address:

In addition, here is a list of alternative transmitters covering the
Orlando NOAA Weather Radio listening area:

162.500 MHz in Melbourne... 162.400 MHz in Daytona Beach...
162.500 MHZ in Sumterville...162.500 MHZ in Sebring.

We apologize for any inconvenience this outage may cause and
appreciate your patience.


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