Experimental NOAA Weather Radio All-Hazards Audio Files

The computer system that creates the NOAA Weather Radio broadcasts has the ability to produce MP3 files of the individual messages.  These are provided here for you to download.  RSS/XML feeds (podcasts) will be added at a later date.

Please note that these downloads include only routine products.  Non-routine products such as watches and warnings are not included, due to their highly perishable nature. 

Bloomington
(KZZ-65)

Champaign
(WXJ-76)

Galesburg
(KZZ-66)

Regional Weather Summary
Local Forecast
Hourly Weather Observations
Climate Summary
Hazardous Weather Outlook

Regional Weather Summary
Local Forecast
Hourly Weather Observations
Climate Summary
Hazardous Weather Outlook

Regional Weather Summary
Local Forecast
Hourly Weather Observations
Climate Summary
Hazardous Weather Outlook

   

Jacksonville
(WXM-90)

Newton
(KXI-48)

Paris
(KXI-47)

Regional Weather Summary
Local Forecast
Hourly Weather Observations
Climate Summary
Hazardous Weather Outlook

Regional Weather Summary
Local Forecast
Hourly Weather Observations
Climate Summary
Hazardous Weather Outlook

Regional Weather Summary
Local Forecast
Hourly Weather Observations
Climate Summary
Hazardous Weather Outlook

   

Peoria
(WXJ-71

Shelbyville
(KXI-46

Springfield
(WXJ-75)

Regional Weather Summary
Local Forecast
Hourly Weather Observations
Climate Summary
Hazardous Weather Outlook

Regional Weather Summary
Local Forecast
Hourly Weather Observations
Climate Summary
Hazardous Weather Outlook

Regional Weather Summary
Local Forecast
Hourly Weather Observations
Climate Summary
Hazardous Weather Outlook

The typical update times of the above products are as follows:

  • Regional Weather Summary:  4:30 AM, 10:30 AM, 3:30 PM, 8:30 PM
  • Local Forecast:  4 AM and 3:30 PM, and at other times as needed
  • Hourly Weather Observations:  2 minutes and 10 minutes after the top of each hour
  • Climate Summary:  1:45 AM and 4:35 PM
  • Hazardous Weather Outlook:  6 AM, 11:30 AM, 3:30 PM, and at other times as needed

In addition, the NOAA Weather Radio stations in Champaign, Peoria, and Springfield have streaming audio available.  These are captured from the actual NWR audio broadcast, for listening on the Internet.  Thus, it is exactly what you would hear with a regular NWR receiver, and contains other non-routine products that are not available on the above lists.  Links to these broadcasts are available at http://www.nws.noaa.gov/nwr/streamaudio.htm#livestream .

 


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