Louisville-area NOAA Weather Radio station down

Storms that rolled through the Louisville area on Wednesday night have knocked out a NOAA Weather Radio transmitter which serves parts of Crawford, Dubois, Orange and Perry counties in Indiana, Breckinridge and Meade counties in Kentucky and points to the east, including the Louisville metro area.

The transmitter in Floyds Knobs (close to New Albany), Ind., KIH43 (162.475 MHz), could not be repaired Thursday. The National Weather Service's Louisville office reports that technicians will return Friday.
Consult NWS Louisville's website, Twitter feed and Facebook page for further details.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Damn shame there's no online stream for KIH43.

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