The Marshalltown Iowa - NOAA All Hazards Weather Radio is off the air due to flooding beginning in the early afternoon Thursday March 11, 2010. The transmitter will remain off air until further notice, when flood waters have subsided. Please check back to our website regularly for up to date information about when the transmitter will be back on the air and alternative transmitters.
KXI-98 at Marshalltown broadcasts on 162.500 mhz and serves the following 6 counties:
During the time the Marshalltown NOAA All Hazards Weather Radio is off the air, Marshall County (019127 FIPS Code) will be covered by the following transmitters. Listeners in Marshall County should tune to the strongest signal of one of the below listed frequencies.
Additionally, the following counties: Hardin, Grundy, Story, Tama, Jasper and Poweshiek are normally served by Marshalltown NWR. These counties already have more than one transmitter normally serving their county. Listeners in these counties will need to tune to the other frequency which serves their county. These listeners will not need to reprogram their county code - but - they will need to tune to one of these available frequencies.
Weather radio receiver frequencies and channels for these sites can be found above.