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National Weather Service Saint Louis Missouri

"This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of eastern and central Missouri as well as west central and southwest Illinois."

Programming notes: NWS Saint Louis does not use any forecast intro, except during severe weather when an abbreviated forecast is played and the abbreviated forecast does still have an intro. The typical abbreviated intro will list three cities or towns in the transmitter coverage area; for example for KDO89 it is Saint Louis, Saint Charles and Belleville. Multiple hourly weather roundup formats are used. KXI49 and WWG49 air an abbreviated roundup with several conditions "across the region". St. Louis metro stations (KDO89, KXI42, KXI70, WNG728) air primary observations from St. Louis-Lambert though WNG728 does also provide detailed conditions for Columbia at the start, but the "once again" only lists Lambert Field. The remaining stations air two primary observation sites and include both on the "once again" segment.

Another identifying item for most NWS Saint Louis NWR stations is in the detailed weather observation, which follows this format: "the dewpoint was ____,giving us a relative humidity of _____."

KDO89 St. Louis 162.550 [No forecast lead-in] “At 8 AM, at Lambert Field in St. Louis… Elsewhere in the metro area… Chesterfield… Belleville… Cahokia… St. Charles… Across the region… Columbia Missouri… Quincy… Kansas City… Springfield Missouri… Rolla… Farmington… Cape Girardeau… Springfield Illinois… Once again, in St. Louis…” (6/23)

KWN55 Jamestown 162.425 [No forecast lead-in] “At 9 AM in Jefferson City… in Columbia [detailed conditions]… elsewhere in Mid-Missouri… Sedalia… Rolla… across the region… Kansas City… Springfield Missouri… Joplin… Cape Girardeau… St. Louis… Kirksville… once again, in Jefferson City… in Columbia…” (6/22, 8/23, 10/23)

KXI42 Chester 162.450 [No forecast lead-in] “At 4 PM, at Lambert Field… elsewhere in the area… Sparta… Mount Vernon… Belleville… Farmington… Carbondale… across the region… Quincy… Springfield Illinois… Cape Girardeau… once again, in St. Louis…” (7/23)

KXI49 Salem 162.475 "The current time is _ Central Daylight Time." "This is NOAA, Weather Radio KXI49 Salem Illinois, broadcasting on 162.475 Megahertz. This program originates from the National Weather Service forecast office in Saint Louis, Missouri, and serves parts of south-central Illinois." [No forecast lead-in] "This afternoon..." "Here are some weather conditions across the region at 2 PM. In Salem, it was _ with a temperature of _. The wind was _ at _. In Mount Vernon, _ with a temperature of _. In Springfield, it was _ with a temperature of _. In Carbondale, it was _ and the temperature was _. At Cape Girardeau, the temperature was _. In Saint Louis, it was _, and _ degrees. It was _ in Mattoon, with _ degrees. And at Lawrenceville, it was _ with _ degrees." "Now here is the hazardous weather outlook for portions of eastern and central Missouri as well as west-central and southwest Illinois..." (3/23, 7/24)

KXI70 Jerseyville 162.450 [No forecast lead-in] “At 8 AM, at Lambert Field… Elsewhere in the metro area… Chesterfield… Belleville… St. Charles… Across the region… Columbia… Quincy… Kansas City… Springfield Missouri… Farmington… Cape Girardeau… Springfield Illinois… Once again, in St. Louis…” (7/23)

WNG728 Hawk Point 162.425 [No forecast lead-in] “At 8 AM, at Lambert Field in St. Louis… Around the region… at Columbia Regional Airport [detailed conditions]… Jefferson City… Rolla… Across the region… Kansas City… Springfield Missouri… Joplin… Cape Girardeau… Kirksville… Once again at Lambert Field in St. Louis…” (7/23)

WWF75 Bourbon 162.525 [No forecast lead-in] "Rest of today..." "At 4 PM in Rolla… in Sullivan [detailed conditions]… elsewhere in the area, at Jefferson City… the Lake of the Ozarks reported… Fort Leonard Wood… and in Farmington… across the region, in Kansas City… in Springfield Missouri… in West Plains… at Cape Girardeau… and in St. Louis… once again, in Rolla… in Sullivan…" "Now here is the hazardous weather outlook for portions of eastern and central Missouri as well as west-central and southwest Illinois. For today and tonight..." "The current time is..." "This is NOAA, Weather Radio WWF75 Bourbon, Missouri, broadcasting on 162.525 Megahertz. This program originates from the National Weather Service forecast office in Saint Louis, Missouri, and serves parts of central and southeast Missouri." (7/23, 4/24)

WWG49 Fredericktown 162.500 [No forecast lead-in] "Rest of today..." "Here are some weather conditions across the region at 4 PM: Farmington reported at temperature of _ this hour. The dewpoint was _, giving us a relative humidity of _ percent. The wind was _. It was _ in Rolla, with a temperature of _. It was _ in Sullivan, with a temperature of _. In Columbia, it was _ and the temperature was _. It was _ at Springfield Missouri, with a temperature of _. In Poplar Bluff, it was _ and _ degrees. It was _ in Cape Girardeau, with _ degrees. At Carbondale Illinois, it was _ with _ degrees. And in St. Louis, it was _ and the temperature was _ degrees." "Now here is the hazardous weather outlook for portions of eastern and central Missouri as well as west-central and southwest Illinois. For today and tonight..." "The current time is..." "This is NOAA, Weather Radio WWG49 Fredericktown, Missouri, broadcasting on 162.500 Megahertz. This program originates from the National Weather Service forecast office in Saint Louis, Missouri, and serves parts of southeast Missouri." (7/23, 4/24)

WXK82 Hannibal 162.475 [No forecast lead-in] "This afternoon..." "At 4 PM at Baldwin Field in Quincy... at Hannibal Regional Airport in Hannibal [detailed conditions]... across the region... Kirksville Missouri... Burlington Iowa... Des Moines... Kansas City... Columbia... Springfield Missouri... St. Louis... Springfield Illinois... Once again, in Quincy... and in Hannibal...” "Now here is the hazardous weather outlook for portions of eastern and central Missouri as well as west-central and southwest Illinois. For this afternoon and tonight..." "The current time is..." "This is NOAA, Weather Radio WXK82 Hannibal, Missouri, broadcasting on 162.475 Megahertz. This program originates from the National Weather Service forecast office in Saint Louis, Missouri, and serves parts of northeast Missouri and west-central Illinois including the cities of Hannibal and Quincy." (7/23, 6/24)

WXL45 Fulton/Columbia 162.400 [No forecast lead-in] “At 5 PM in Columbia… and in Jefferson City [detailed conditions]… elsewhere in Mid-Missouri… Mexico… Sedalia… Rolla… across the region… Kansas City… Joplin… Springfield Missouri… Cape Girardeau… St. Louis… Kirksville… once again, in Columbia… and in Jefferson City…” (11/22, 10/23)

Subcategories

This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.

I

  • Il(6 C, 18 P)

L

  • Lsx(3 C, 10 P)

M

  • Mo(6 C, 23 P)

Pages in category "Lsx"

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