These stations provide complete and up-to-the minute weather information for residents in Northeast Iowa, along with extreme Southern Minnesota. The following is the broadcast schedule:
- A regional forecast is broadcast 24 hours a day and provides a summary of anticipated weather for Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and northern Illinois. It is updated at 430 am, 1030 am, 330 pm, and 830 pm.
- A seven day forecast for North and Northeast Iowa and extreme Southern Minnesota is broadcast 24 hours a day and updated at 430 am and 430 pm, or whenever needed.
- Current weather conditions for selected locations across the upper Midwest are broadcast continuously and are usually updated around 5 minutes past each hour. When precipitation is approaching or within the listening area, a radar summary is provided.
- A short term forecast of expected weather conditions in the next 2 to 4 hours is broadcast when precipitation is in the area or weather conditions are changing.
- A brief climatological report is broadcast from 8 to 10 am, and 8 to 10 pm. This report will include high and low temperatures, along with precipitation for Decorah, Charles City, and Mason City IA.
- Other statements are periodically run on a varied schedule. These statements may include informational topics, or statements about extreme weather conditions.
- A warning alarm test is conducted every Wednesday between 1100 am and 1200 pm. If severe weather is forecast or threatens, the test is postponed until the next "good" weather day.
- serves the following counties in Iowa: Howard, Chickasaw, Winnieshiek, Allamakee, Fayette.
- serves the following counties in Minnesota: Houston, Fillmore.