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Regional SkyWarn Networks
NWS Norman SKYWARN Radio Network -- Central Oklahoma

145.410 MHz repeater is operated by the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management. It is located near Crossroads Mall (I-35 and I-240) and covers the Oklahoma City Metro Area. The National Weather Service in Norman is WX5OUN

Frequency  License  Type  Tone Out  Tone In  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
145.41000  WX5OKC  RM 141.3 PL Wx LiasonNet OKC area -- SkyWarn repeater for net controllers to report severe weather events to Norman NWS  FM  Ham 
444.25000  WX5OKC  RM OKC SkyWarn OKC area -- Skywarn  FM  Ham 

NWS Norman SKYWARN Radio Network -- Southwest Oklahoma / North Texas

The Southwest Independent Repeater Association's 147.045 MHz (KB5LLI) Repeater is located near Cyril in Southwest Oklahoma. It is linked to several other repeaters to relay severe weather information to the National Weather Service in Norman.

Frequency  License  Type  Tone Out  Tone In  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
147.04500  KB5LLI  RM CSQ SW OK WxLink Near Cyril -- SkyWarn link for net controllers to report severe weather events to Norman NWS  FM  Ham 
146.71500    RM CSQ SW OK WxLink Near Granite -- linked to 147.045 during severe weather events  FM  Ham 
146.74500    RM 123.0 PL SW OK WxLink Near Elmore City -- linked to 147.045 during severe weather events  FM  Ham 
147.07500    RM 123.0 PL SW OK WxLink Near Ardmore -- linked to 147.045 during severe weather events  FM  Ham 
147.25500  KB5LLI  RM 192.8 PL SW OK WxLink Near Grandfield -- linked to 147.045 during severe weather events  FM  Ham 
147.30000    RM 141.3 PL SW OK WxLink Near Duncan -- linked to 147.045 during severe weather events  FM  Ham 

NWS Norman SKYWARN Radio Network -- Western Oklahoma

 The Alfalfa repeater (145.110 MHz )is linked to OKC (145.410 MHz) and the Watonga repeater (442.375MHz).

Frequency  License  Type  Tone Out  Tone In  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
145.11000  K5GSM  RM 712 DPL 712 DPL 145.110 Alfalfa Repeater 145.11  FM  Ham 

NWS Norman SKYWARN Radio Network -- Northwestern Oklahoma

The 443.425 MHz Repeater is located near Edmond in Central Oklahoma. It is linked to several other repeaters to relay severe weather information to the National Weather Service in Norman. The links are activated by the control operator during severe weather.

Frequency  License  Type  Tone Out  Tone In  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
442.37500  K5GSM  RM 162.2 PL 162.2 PL 442.375 Watonga Repeater 442.375  FM  Ham 
443.42500    RM NW OK WxLink Near Edmond -- SkyWarn link for net controllers to report severe weather events to Norman NWS  FM  Ham 
444.95000    RM NW OK WxLink Near Woodward -- SkyWarn link for net controllers to report severe weather events to Norman NWS  FM  Ham 
443.45000  KB0HH  RM 88.5 PL NW OK WxLink Woods/Alfalfa County -- SkyWarn link for net controllers to report severe weather events to Norman NWS  FM  Ham 

NWS Norman SKYWARN Radio Network -- North Central Oklahoma

The 442.925 MHz Repeater is located near Perry, 60 miles north of Oklahoma City. During severe weather events, it is linked to WX5OKC (145.410 MHz) to relay severe weather information to the National Weather Service in Norman.

Frequency  License  Type  Tone Out  Tone In  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
442.92500    RM 141.3 PL N OK Wx Link Near Perry -- SkyWarn link for net controllers to report severe weather events to Norman NWS  FM  Ham 
444.90000  WX5OUN  RM 141.3 PL SWO WX Link Stillwater -- SkyWarn link for net controllers to report severe weather events to Norman NWS  FM  Ham 
442.60000  WX5OUN  RM 103.5 PL SWO WxBackup Stillwater -- Backup for Skywarn Link 444.900 MHz  FM  Ham 

NWS Tulsa SKYWARN Radio Network -- Northeast Oklahoma

The 443.850 MHz repeater is located in Tulsa at 41st and Lynn Lane Rd. During severe weather events, it is linked up to multiple repeaters in the Tulsa NWS forcast area to relay storm spotter reports directly to the National Weather Service in Tulsa.

Frequency  License  Type  Tone Out  Tone In  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
443.85000  W5IAS  RM 88.5 PL Tulsa WxLink Link to Tulsa NWS (WX5TUL) during severe weather events  FM  Ham 
442.00000  W5IAS  RM 88.5 PL Ham Wx Link Creek County Link to 443.85 repeater (NWS-Tulsa)  FM  Ham 
442.22500  W5IAS  RM 88.5 PL Ham Wx Link Cherokee County Link to 443.85 repeater (NWS-Tulsa)  FM  Ham 
443.10000  W5IAS  RM 88.5 PL Ham Wx Link Muskogee Area Link to 443.85 repeater (NWS-Tulsa)  FM  Ham 
444.27500  W5IAS  RM 88.5 PL Ham Wx Link Nowata County Link to 443.85 repeater (NWS-Tulsa)  FM  Ham 
444.42500  W5IAS  RM 88.5 PL Ham Wx Link Bartlesville Area Link to 443.85 repeater (NWS-Tulsa)  FM  Ham 
444.60000  W5IAS  RM 88.5 PL Ham Wx Link Okmulgee County Link to 443.85 repeater (NWS-Tulsa)  FM  Ham 
444.87500  W5IAS  RM 88.5 PL Ham Wx Link Mayes County Link to 443.85 repeater (NWS-Tulsa)  FM  Ham 

NWS Tulsa SKYWARN Radio Network -- Southeast Oklahoma

Southeast Oklahoma links to the National Weather Service in Tulsa via the 443.850 MHz repeater

Frequency  License  Type  Tone Out  Tone In  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
443.85000  W5IAS  RM 88.5 PL Tulsa WxLink Link to National Weather Service office in Tulsa (WX5TUL)  FM  Ham 
442.12500  W5IAS  RM 151.4 PL Ham Wx Link Choctaw County Link to 443.85 repeater (NWS-Tulsa)  FM  Ham 
442.25000  W5IAS  RM 88.5 PL Ham Wx Link LeFlore County (and Fort Smith, Arkansas) Link to 443.85 repeater (NWS-Tulsa)  FM  Ham 
444.62500  W5IAS  RM 88.5 PL Ham Wx Link Latimer County Link to 443.85 repeater (NWS-Tulsa)  FM  Ham 
444.97500  W5IAS  RM 88.5 PL Ham Wx Link Pittsburg County Link to 443.85 repeater (NWS-Tulsa)  FM  Ham 


Storm Chasers
National Severe Storms Laboratory -- VORTEX 2


VORTEX 2 was a massive research project during the spring of 2010, conducted by the National Severe Storms Laboratory in Norman, OK, involving  weather research vehicles (including mobile radars, and mobile mesonets) across the southern plains.  VORTEX 2 has its own Radio Reference frequency page.

These frequencies may be used for smaller research projects in the future.

 

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
163.22500    M CSQ NSSL Vortex1 NSSL -- VORTEX Mobile Weather Research Vehicles -- Ch 1 Simplex  FM  Federal 
171.93750    RM CSQ NSSL Vortex2 NSSL -- VORTEX Mobile Repeater in Field Coordinator Van used to direct Weather Research Vehicles -- Ch 2 Repeater  FM  Federal 
161.10000    M CSQ NSSL Vortex3 NSSL -- VORTEX Mobile Repeater in Field Coordinator Van used to direct Weather Research Vehicles -- Secondary Channel -- Ch 3  FM  Federal 
163.10000    M NSSL Reserch NSSL -- VORTEX Mobile Weather Research Vehicles -- Ch 1 (before 2010)  FM  Federal 
165.43750    RM NSSL Reserch NSSL -- VORTEX Mobile Repeater in Field Coordinator Van used to direct Weather Research Vehicles -- Ch 2 (before 2010)  FM  Federal 
163.27500    M NSSL Reserch NSSL -- VORTEX Mobile Weather Research Vehicles -- Secondary Channel -- Ch 3 (before 2010)  FM  Federal 

Doppler on Wheels (DOW)

The Doppler on Wheels is a team of moblie weather research vehicles, including Doppler radar trucks.  The team is run by the Center for Severe Weather Research in Boulder, Colorado and  is active during the spring throughout the central portion of the US,.

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
158.40000    M 203.5 PL DopplrWheels Doppler on Wheels -- Communication between Research Vehicles  FM  Other 
151.94000    M CSQ DOW Telemetr Doppler on Wheels -- Data Link between Research Vehicles  FM  Other 

Amateur Storm Chasers

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
146.55000    M CSQ HamSmplx 550 Many Amateur storm chasers use or monitor this frequency  FM  Ham 
146.46000    M CSQ HamSmplx 460 Alternate to 146.550 MHz.  FM  Ham 
223.52000    M CSQ Ham 223.520 Simplex  FM  Ham 
446.10000    M CSQ Ham 446.100 Simplex - (often used for cross patching to 146.550 MHz.)  FM  Ham 
446.07500    M CSQ Ham 446.075 Simplex - Alternate to 446.100 MHz.  FM  Ham 
1294.55000    M CSQ Ham 1294.55 Simplex  FM  Ham 


Oklahoma Mesonet
Oklahoma Mesonet

The Oklahoma Mesonet is a network of weather sensors across the state. The system uses 169.425MHz to relay data into the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Teletype System (OLETS) to be processed at The Oklahoma Climatological Survey (OCS) in Norman

Frequency  License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
169.42500  WPBJ769  F OK Mesonet Mesonet Weather Data  Telm  Other 
169.47500  WQES974  F OK Mesonet Mesonet Weather Data  Telm  Other 


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