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Eau Claire, WI - Forecast
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When the potential of severe weather is in the area, a Skywarn net will be activated on the 146.910 Mhz W9EAU Repeater.

Spotter Activation

ARES Registration Form
Complete the form and mail it
to: Bill Kraft K9NY.
9301 Nine Mile Creek Rd
Fall Creek, WI 54742
Eau Claire County Emergency Government conducts a Test of all the Outdoor Warning Sirens in the county on the first Monday of every month, 11:00 AM
on the 146.910 Mhz Repeater.

As a public service to the citizens of Eau Claire City and County. Members of the Eau Claire Amateur Radio Club month verify the operations of each individual siren.

If you would like to participate in this public service or in Skywarn program, contact:

Bill Kraft K9NY
Eau Claire County
Amateur Radio Emergency Service
Emergency Cordinator

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SKYWARN is a program established by the National Weather Service in the 1970s with a goal of obtaining critical weather information during times of severe weather. Skywarn works with local organizations, such as Ham Radio groups and private citizens who have a desire to serve their communities. Their information, when combined with sophisticated technology such as Doppler radar, satellite and lightning displays, helps NWS meteorologists in their primary mission... the issuance of warnings and advisories for the protection of life and property.