NOAA WEATHER RADIO
KXI-68 St. Ansgar

These stations provide complete and up-to-the minute weather information for residents in North and 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 five 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 Charles City, Mason City and Decorah IA, and Austin MN.
  • 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.
KXI-68
  • serves the following counties in Iowa: Cerro Gordo, Chickasaw, Floyd, Howard, Mitchell, and Worth.
  • serves the following counties in Minnesota: Freeborn and Mower.



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