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NOAA Weather Radio Outage

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UPDATE ON THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2017...

All of the NOAA Weather Radios should be getting signals again and resume as normal. 

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You can get the watches and warnings from the Storm Track 7 Weather App
 

The National Weather Service Quad Cities is Moving

The Quad Cities Weather Forecast Office (DVN) will be moving to a new office building this week. The office will remain at the Davenport Municipal Airport. The move is planned to begin Tuesday morning, June 27th and could continue for up to 3 days.

Important Information to Note During the Move

Full Services will continue, however there will be a few outages to be aware of:

* Radar data will not be available for up to 2 days. Surrounding radars that can be used include: KDMX/KARX/KMKX/KLOT/KILX/KLSX/KEAX

* NOAA Weather Radio broadcasts will be off the air for up to 3 days

* The public phone line with daily weather information recordings will not be available for up to 3 days

* Observations from the Davenport Airport (KDVN) will not be available for up to 3 days

* Climate Reports will not indicate record information for up to 2 days

* Social Media Venues (Facebook and Twitter) will continue as usual

Local NOAA Weather Radio Stations will be off the air this week

NOAA Weather Radio Stations serviced by the National Weather Service in the Quad Cities will be out of service for up to 3 days this week. The tentative outage time will be Tuesday morning through Thursday.

The weekly weather radio test will not be conducted Wednesday, June 28.
Weather permitting, it will be conducted on Wednesday, July 5.

The following transmitters will be affected...

WXL22 in Bureau County... 
WXL61 in Cedar Rapids... 
KJY64 in Delaware... 
WXL64 in Dubuque... 
WXN85 in Fairfield... 
KZZ56 in Freeport... 
KXJ92 in Macomb... 
KZZ83 in Maquoketa... 
WXL99 in Medill... 
WXJ73 in Moline... and... 
WXN83 in West Burlington.

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