North Beltrami Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 3:30 PM CST on November 25, 2014

...Thanksgiving night snowfall potential and wintry weekend...

A band of snow is expected to develop Thursday afternoon across central North Dakota. As it moves to the east during the evening a quick burst of intense snowfall is expected to produce 2 to 4 inches of snow. The snow band will exit the area early and quickly Friday morning. Winds will be light Friday with minimal blowing snow issues. However an Arctic front is expected on Saturday and increasing wind speeds are likely to produce some blowing snow along with bitter wind chills for the latter half of the Holiday weekend.


Public Information Statement
Statement as of 1:09 PM CST on November 25, 2014

...Petersburg weather radio transmitter to remain off the air another 3 to 4 weeks...

The Petersburg all hazards weather radio transmitter...wxm-38 operating at 162.400 mhz...remains off the air due to antenna failure. Based on an assessment performed it has been determined the fault will require significant repairs. Previous estimates suggested a return to service sometime in the mid to late December period...or 3 to 4 weeks from now.

Those in the Petersburg listening area may be able to pick up nearby all hazards weather radio transmitters...typically with the assistance of an external antenna. This includes the following...

Kwn-44 near Cavalier ND operating at 162.450 mhz. Wwg-25 near Webster North Dakota operating at 162.425 mhz. Kww-46 near Sheyenne North Dakota operating at 162.525 mhz. Kwn-43 near Langdon North Dakota operating at 162.500 mhz. Wxk-42 near Amenia North Dakota operating at 162.475mhz.

Additional information will be issued as it becomes available. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

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