Thu. Apr 2nd, 2020

Weather radios in Central Florida are temporarily out of service as a strong line of storms is moving toward the area. The Daytona Beach NOAA weather radio transmitter KIH-26, operating on a frequency of 162.400 megahertz is temporarily out of service due to a communication line problem, the National Weather Service said. The transmitter serves Volusia, Lake, Brevard, Orange, Seminole, Putnam and Flagler counties.>>> Get weather alerts on the WESH 2 News appWhile normal broadcasts are interrupted, Central Floridians can download the WESH 2 News app to receive weather alerts specific to your location. You can also see a list of alternative transmitters below. Winds will start gusting out of the south ahead of the front on Thursday afternoon and a few showers will develop through the evening.The Storm Prediction Center has placed all of Central Florida in a “slight” risk for severe weather, which means we all need to stay “weather aware” Thursday and Friday.The front will exit Brevard County by noon Friday and cooler air will quickly pour south, keeping temperatures in the 60s Friday afternoon as sunshine returns.Here is a list of alternative transmitters covering the Daytona Beach NOAA Weather Radio listening area:162.475 MHz in Orlando…162.425 MHz in Palatka…162.500 MHz in Sumterville…162.550 MHz in Melbourne…162.475 MHz in Gainesville…

Weather radios in Central Florida are temporarily out of service as a strong line of storms is moving toward the area.

The Daytona Beach NOAA weather radio transmitter KIH-26, operating on a frequency of 162.400 megahertz is temporarily out of service due to a communication line problem, the National Weather Service said.

The transmitter serves Volusia, Lake, Brevard, Orange, Seminole, Putnam and Flagler counties.

>>> Get weather alerts on the WESH 2 News app

While normal broadcasts are interrupted, Central Floridians can download the WESH 2 News app to receive weather alerts specific to your location.

You can also see a list of alternative transmitters below.

Winds will start gusting out of the south ahead of the front on Thursday afternoon and a few showers will develop through the evening.

The Storm Prediction Center has placed all of Central Florida in a “slight” risk for severe weather, which means we all need to stay “weather aware” Thursday and Friday.

The front will exit Brevard County by noon Friday and cooler air will quickly pour south, keeping temperatures in the 60s Friday afternoon as sunshine returns.

Here is a list of alternative transmitters covering the Daytona Beach NOAA Weather Radio listening area:

162.475 MHz in Orlando…

162.425 M

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