NOAA Weather Radio Programming Event at the Peony Park Hy-Vee In Omaha

On April 12th from 11am-3pm, the local Peony Park Hy-Vee at 78th and Cass Street in Omaha will partner with local meteorologists to help customers program their NOAA Weather All Hazards Radios (NWR).

NWR is a unique 24-hr nationwide communications system that provides broadcasts of local weather information and warnings of severe weather along with hazardous conditions that may affect your local community.  NWR has over 900 stations across the country.  These stations broadcast on one of seven VHF stations with a frequency between 162.400 MHz and 162.550 MHz.

The National Weather Service does not manufacture, sell, or endorse any particular make or model of receiver.  For a list of NWR radio features and manufacturers, check out the following link:




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