Giles Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Watches & Warnings

Special Statement
Issued: 2:05 AM CST Jan. 23, 2017 – National Weather Service

... Gusty northwest to north winds expected through the
mid morning hours today...

As a strong pressure gradient continues to become established
across locations along and west of a Shelbyville to Lebanon to
Westmoreland line, including the Nashville metropolitan area,
sustained northwest to north winds of 10 to 25 mph with gusts 30
to around 35 mph will be possible through the mid morning hours
today. This will result in possibility of some loose objects
being blown around. Travel may be difficult for some high profile
vehicles, especially those on east to west roadways. Use extra
caution while driving on area roadways through the mid morning
hours.

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205 am CST Mon Jan 23 2017

... Gusty northwest to north winds expected through the
mid morning hours today...

As a strong pressure gradient continues to become established
across locations along and west of a Shelbyville to Lebanon to
Westmoreland line, including the Nashville metropolitan area,
sustained northwest to north winds of 10 to 25 mph with gusts 30
to around 35 mph will be possible through the mid morning hours
today. This will result in possibility of some loose objects
being blown around. Travel may be difficult for some high profile
vehicles, especially those on east to west roadways. Use extra
caution while driving on area roadways through the mid morning
hours.

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205 am CST Mon Jan 23 2017

... Gusty northwest to north winds expected through the
mid morning hours today...

As a strong pressure gradient continues to become established
across locations along and west of a Shelbyville to Lebanon to
Westmoreland line, including the Nashville metropolitan area,
sustained northwest to north winds of 10 to 25 mph with gusts 30
to around 35 mph will be possible through the mid morning hours
today. This will result in possibility of some loose objects
being blown around. Travel may be difficult for some high profile
vehicles, especially those on east to west roadways. Use extra
caution while driving on area roadways through the mid morning
hours.

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Public Information Statement
Issued: 12:50 AM CST Jan. 22, 2017 – National Weather Service

... Public information statement...

... Centerville NOAA Weather Radio continues broadcasting at very low
power...

The Centerville NOAA Weather Radio transmitter... broadcasting on a
frequency of 162.450 mhz... continues broadcasting at very low
power.

We are working with technicians to get it back up and running at
full power as soon as possible. However... it may take some
significant time as a new cable and or antenna needs to be
installed. In the meantime... please tune to local media and
commercial radio for the latest severe weather information. Backup
NOAA Weather Radio transmitters are:

Waverly... broadcasting on a frequency of 162.400 mhz... or channel
1 on most NOAA weather radios... and Lobelville... broadcasting on a
frequency of 162.525 mhz... or channel 6 on most NOAA weather radios.

Keep in mind that not all backup transmitters will tone for your
specific County... so please stay weather aware during the radio
outage.

Thank you for your patience. We apologize for any inconvenience
this outage may cause.

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1250 am CST sun Jan 22 2017

... Public information statement...

... Centerville NOAA Weather Radio continues broadcasting at very low
power...

The Centerville NOAA Weather Radio transmitter... broadcasting on a
frequency of 162.450 mhz... continues broadcasting at very low
power.

We are working with technicians to get it back up and running at
full power as soon as possible. However... it may take some
significant time as a new cable and or antenna needs to be
installed. In the meantime... please tune to local media and
commercial radio for the latest severe weather information. Backup
NOAA Weather Radio transmitters are:

Waverly... broadcasting on a frequency of 162.400 mhz... or channel
1 on most NOAA weather radios... and Lobelville... broadcasting on a
frequency of 162.525 mhz... or channel 6 on most NOAA weather radios.

Keep in mind that not all backup transmitters will tone for your
specific County... so please stay weather aware during the radio
outage.

Thank you for your patience. We apologize for any inconvenience
this outage may cause.

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1250 am CST sun Jan 22 2017

... Public information statement...

... Centerville NOAA Weather Radio continues broadcasting at very low
power...

The Centerville NOAA Weather Radio transmitter... broadcasting on a
frequency of 162.450 mhz... continues broadcasting at very low
power.

We are working with technicians to get it back up and running at
full power as soon as possible. However... it may take some
significant time as a new cable and or antenna needs to be
installed. In the meantime... please tune to local media and
commercial radio for the latest severe weather information. Backup
NOAA Weather Radio transmitters are:

Waverly... broadcasting on a frequency of 162.400 mhz... or channel
1 on most NOAA weather radios... and Lobelville... broadcasting on a
frequency of 162.525 mhz... or channel 6 on most NOAA weather radios.

Keep in mind that not all backup transmitters will tone for your
specific County... so please stay weather aware during the radio
outage.

Thank you for your patience. We apologize for any inconvenience
this outage may cause.

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