ARAB, Ala. – The National Weather Service in Huntsville says the NOAA Weather Radio transmitter in Arab went offline Saturday morning.
According to the Weather Service, a communication issue is responsible for the outage, which started at 7:55 a.m. on WNG-642, which broadcasts on 162.525 MHz.
Alternate transmitters include:
- Cullman (WWF-66 on 162.450 MHz) – covers Cullman County
- Henegar (WWF-44 on 162.500 MHz) – covers DeKalb, Jackson, and Marshall Counties
- Huntsville (KIH-20 on 162.400 MHz) – covers Madison County
The Weather Service said technicians were on the way, but there was no estimate on when the transmitter will be back online.
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