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The NOAA All-Hazards/Weather Radio is a service of the National Weather Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and U.S. Department of Commerce, provided in cooperation with the Wisconsin Division of Emergency Government and through the facilities of the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board.

Weather Radio Stations

City Call Signal Frequency
Ashland KZZ-78 162.525 MHz
Ash Ridge WWG-89 162.475 MHz
Baraboo KHA-47 162.450 MHz
Black River Falls WNG-564 162.500 MHz
Bloomington WWG-86 162.500 MHz
Coloma WWF-40 162.400 MHz
Crandon WWG-88 162.450 MHz
Delafield / Milwaukee KEC-60 162.400 MHz
Dubuque / Kieler WXL-64 162.400 MHz
Eau Claire / Menomonie WXJ-88 162.400 MHz
Fond du Lac WWG-87 162.500 MHz
Green Bay KIG-65 162.550 MHz
Gresham KC2-XBZ 162.500 MHz
Janesville WWG-90 162.425 MHz
La Crosse WXJ-86 162.550 MHz
Ladysmith WNG-577 162.550 MHz
Madison WXJ-87 162.550 MHz
New London WNG-552 162.525 MHz
Park Falls WXM-91 162.500 MHz
Racine KZZ-76 162.450 MHz
Rhinelander WNG-565 162.400 MHz
Ridgeville KE2-XKP 162.525 MHz
Sheboygan WWG-91 162.525 MHz
Sister Bay WXN-69 162.425 MHz
Spooner KZZ-79 162.475 MHz
Wausau WXJ-89 162.475 MHz
Wausaukee WNG-553 162.400 MHz
Withee KZZ-77 162.425 MHz

Weather Radio Coverage 

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