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KEEP AN EYE TO THE SKY!

    Everyone with a amateur radio license, or a scanner, knows that many amateurs seems to be drawn to weather as well, and more specificly, SEVERE WEATHER.
    On this page, we will emphasis that area of service by
 the RCRA members and other area hams, that use the RCRA repeater equipment.

Versailles Real Time Weather

Monitor the 146.805 repeater during severe weather!

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Severe Weather Week Training :

Amatuers may be some of the best trainined weather spotters, but updated training is still needed as new things pop up. New operators need to take at least two classes to better understand the principles and safety practices.

Be sure to check the EMA spotter classes schedule at this link

http://ripley-ema.fallsky.com


 

Weather Amateur Radio network
JOIN the WARN network here
Cincinnati Tristate Area

Central Indiana SKYWARN
146.97 repeater Indianapolis

Mobile spotters are always needed! Please prepare in advance, with maps, dependable radios and antennas, etc.

CLICK THE LOGO BELOW to see the local SEVERE WEATHER webpage
SKYWATCH STORM CENTER
a public service of Dave Rayner, N9JUW of Milan (an RCRA member)


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