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Post by ReadyMom on Sun Aug 12, 2018 12:13 am

Top 10 Best Weather Radios, 2011
http://modernsurvivalblog.com/weather-preparedness/top-10-best-weather-radios-2011/

The list of ‘best’ weather radios has been updated for 2011

and chosen based on data available through Amazon.com. The order is sorted by way of popularity.

Especially during times of the year when severe storms, tornadoes, or hurricanes are likely, every susceptible household should own a hazard-alert weather radio. A weather radio could save your life. If you are asleep at night, it can be programmed to alert you and wake you up. Some radios even have programmable capabilities to alert you only under certain conditions that you choose. You may also wish to consider a portable weather radio – to be used if you’re out-and-about.

A ‘Weather Radio’, or in other words a ‘NOAA weather radio’ are essentially referring to ... --- CONTINUED at link, above ---
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Post by TRex2 on Sat Nov 17, 2018 6:36 pm

Noaa tries to make it fairly easy to find which of their transmitters, and which of their alerts cover you.

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/nwr/Maps/

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Post by TRex2 on Wed Mar 06, 2019 2:58 pm

ReadyMom wrote:Top 10 Best Weather Radios, 2011
http://modernsurvivalblog.com/weather-preparedness/top-10-best-weather-radios-2011/

The list of ‘best’ weather radios has been updated for 2011
...
The link above seems to have been "updated" and now points to a more current article. It only features one weather radio: the Midland. It may be that the others have become niche market radios. The Midland isn't suitable for back packing, so there should be other radios that are good backpack radios.

I just got one of those Midland radios, and except for the clumsy programming interface, it seems pretty good. Give yourself half an hour if you have never programmed something like that before.


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