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SKYWARN is the National Weather Service volunteer weather spotting program where public citizens send reports to weather meterorologists to help them make a presice prediction to protect life and property.

While many SKYWARN weather observers are ham radio operators, this is NOT a requirement to the program. All that is required is that the weather spotter goes to a training session offered by the National Weather Service in the Spring and Summer months.

Amateur Radio, however, does play a big role in SKYWARN in most areas of the country. The advantage of using amateur radio operators is that through our 2 meter and 70 cm repeaters we can get reports from a 30-50 mile radius. With our long range repeaters we can get coverage of up to a 100 mile radius.

There are many frequencies where SKYWARN weather nets are run. Here in Southeastern Massachusetts we also have nets that run 5 days a week.

In Southeastern Massachusetts, the following weather nets run daily:

146.955-Dennis Repeater (PL:88.5): Cape & Islands WX Net: Mon-Fri at 6 AM. 145.490-Fairhaven Repeater: 145.49 Repeater WX Net: Mon-Fri at 8 PM.

By running daily, we have received high visibility and greater participation from amateur radio operators in times of severe weather and SKYWARN Activation.

Amateur Radio Operators are dedicated to public service. SKYWARN Weather Spotters are dedicated to the protection of life and property. Putting these two resources together make for a great combination.

As ARES SKYWARN Coordinator, and SKYWARN Net Control Station for the 145.49 Repeater Weather Net, the importance of having not just trained weather spotters but trained radio operators and net control stations cannot be overemphazised. Through SKYWARN drills, weather spotter training, and NCS training. we hope to create the best SKYWARN network possible for our area.




146.910/146.310: MT Greylock Western MA, Berkshire County

146.940/146.340: MT Tom Western MA (Conn. River Valley, MA.)

147.105/147.705: Wilbraham Western MA IRLP Liaison/Mount Tom Alternate PL: 162.2

146.985/146.385: Greenfield Franklin County MA

146.925/146.325: Worcester Worcester County Linked with 145.37 PL: 100

145.370/144.770: Templeton Worcester County Linked with 146.925. PL: 136.5

145.470/144.870: Danvers Essex, Middlesex Counties PL: 136.5 Hz

146.640/146.040: Waltham Essex, Middlesex and Norfolk Counties

145.230/144.630: Boston Alternate for Waltham PL: 88.5 Hz

146.625/146.025: Haverhill Northern Middlesex/Essex County MA

146.895/146.295: Walpole Norfolk County Ma.

147.180/147.780: Bridgewater South Shore, Ma. PL: 67 Hz

147.225/147.825: Whitman Alternate for 147.180 PL: 67 Hz

145.490/144.890: Fairhaven South Coastal MA and RI

146.655/146.055: Falmouth Cape Cod and the Isles Optional PL: 88.5

146.955/146.355: Dennis Cape Cod and the Isles PL: 88.5



146.760/146.160: Scituate Rhode Island State Liaison

146.700/146.100: Cranston Northern RI

147.165/147.765: Exeter, RI Southwest RI PL: 67.0 Hz

444.050/449.050: E.Greenwich,RI Southwest RI



146.535: Simplex CT Statewide Backup

147.000/147.600: Soapstone Hartford/Tolland Counties CT No PL.

147.090/147.690: Glastonbury Hartford/Tolland Counties CT PL:77 Hz.

147.225/147.825: Killingly Windham County CT PL: 156.7 Hz

145.370/144.770: Torrington Litchfield County CT PL: 77 Hz.

147.390/147.990: Simsbury Fairfield County CT No PL.

442.750/447.750: Fairfield Fairfield County CT PL: 100 Hz linked with 147.390.

145.290/144.690: Killingworth Middlesex County CT PL:110.9 Hz.

147.505/146.505: West Haven New Haven County CT PL:77.0 1 MHz Offset Linked with 224.500 PL 77

146.730/146.130: Norwich New London County CT PL:156.7 Hz.



146.805/146.205: Keene Cheshire County NH

147.045/147.645: Nashua Eastern Hillsborough County NH

146.730/146.130: Hollis Western Hillsborough County NH PL: 88.5

443.350/448.350: Pk Monadnock Hillsborough County, NH PL: 110.9

448.000/443.000: Pk Monadnock Hillsborough County, NH Alternate PL: 203.5


REPEATER PAIR Area that Liaison is Provided

53.31/52.31 MEMA/NWS Liaison for Southern New England. PL:71.9 Hz

145.390/144.790 IRLP Liaison Link: West Mass/North CT(Scituate, Ma. Repeater)

448.175/443.175 IRLP Liaison Link: West Mass/North CT(Framingham, MA Repeater)# PL: 88.5

146.410(Simplex) IRLP Liaison Link: West Mass/North CT (Barrington, RI Repeater)# PL: 88.5

146.760/146.160 Rhode Island, Southeast Mass., Northern CT Liaison*

146.925/146.325 Western/Central Ma, Cheshire County NH Liaison*

146.640/146.040 Northeast Mass., Hillsborough County NH Liaison*

146.970/146.370 West/Central MA, North CT Liaison Back-up PL: 114.8** (Paxton Repeater)

443.350/448.350 Cheshire/Hillsborough County, NH and Northeast Mass. Liaison PL: 110.9

448.000/443.000: Pk Monadnock Hillsborough County, NH Alternate Liaison PL: 203.5

* - Signifies liaison frequencies that are also considered to have nets for specific areas.

**- Signifies it is utilized for RACES primarily but has been used in the past for auxiliary liaison to effected areas.

#- Signifies Alternate IRLP links to be utilized as needed.

Note: The 146.64 Waltham Repeater is also used as a RACES primary. Past

situations have indicated that RACES & SKYWARN have shared the

frequency or worked out a plan for RACES to utilize the MMRA,

Minuteman Repeater Association linked repeater system as needed.

73,Rob-KD1CY. ARES SKYWARN Coordinator for NWS Taunton SEMCARES Emergency Coordinator

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