|SKYWARN Amateur Radio Frequencies|
Here is a list of amateur radio frequencies and/or repeaters that SKYWARN spotters use in the NWS La Crosse service area.
Main NWS La Crosse contact for spotter coordination is Todd Shea, Warning Coordination Meteorologist.
Last Updated: 9/18/14
NWS La Crosse is WX9ARX
Volunteers from the Riverland Amateur Radio Club usually work our base station to collect area spotter reports.
As of September 2014, there are seven (7) staff members of the La Crosse National Weather Service (NWS) office who have their amateur radio license. Staff members may be on the radios from time to time, depending on availablity, time of day, and size of the severe weather event.
|Rochester #1||147.255+||100.0||W0EAS Repeater|
|Rochester #2||146.82-||100.0||RARC Repeater|
|Winona #1||146.64-||- -|
|Austin||146.73-||100.0||Too distant from NWS La Crosse|
|St.Ansgar||147.195+||103.5||Quite distant from NWS La Crosse|
|Dubuque||147.240+||114.8||Quite distant from NWS La Crosse|
|La Crosse #1||146.97-||131.8||Primary Contact Repeater|
|La Crosse #2||147.09+||131.8|
|Mt.Sterling||147.36+||131.8||SW Wisconsin link|
|Black River Falls||145.390-||131.8|
|Beetown||146.895-||114.8||Distant to NWS La Crosse - Grant Co.|
|Mauston #1||146.85-||123.0||Also serves Adams Co.|
|Coloma||146.700-||123.0||Also serves Adams Co.|
|Granton||146.775-||114.8||N9RRF Repeater / Link to north central WI|
|Unity||145.41-||114.8||Link to Taylor Co.|
|Sauk Co.||147.315+||123.0||LInk to NWS Sullivan|