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Discuss local conditions in the fine state of North Carolina!
Location: North Carolina
Latest Activity: Aug 15
For people who are interested THE BLUE RIDGE WEATHER WATCH SKYWARN ORGANIZATION the URL http://thebrww.org Our coverage area is on the website. We cover the Western part of North Carolina and 3 counties in Up State South Carolina. But we will take reports from any location by the means that we receive reports. We operate on Amateur Radio on the frequency of 145.450 MHz, 444.075MHz. You can Monitor us on Scanner also after we correct a problem we have you will be able to monitor us from our Website during Sever Weather.
For more information Contact Allen Aycoth the President of THE BLUE RIDGE WEATHER WATCH ORGANIZATION AT firstname.lastname@example.org OR YOU MAY CALL (704) 765-8012
Thanks Mr Parker for letting me know about the change. but we will still be able to communicate through the Blogs correct
Enjoy your station! I haven't had a heart transplant, but I have a friend that has. He was born with a half of a heart and had a heart transplant years ago and still doing well!
I just purchased by Davis Vantage Vue PWS. Can't wait to get it home and set-up. Hope I can contribute something from Greensboro, NC!
Are there any heart transplant survivors here? Duke Heart Transplant #951 on 8/3/2013.
I am very interested in weather and have been every sense I was a teenager. I am also the President of a weather organization. The Blue Ridge Weather Watch and how we operate is. During Sever weather we retrieve weather conditions by Amateur Radio Operators and report them to the NWS office in Greer, SC We also give out the Watches, Warnings & Advisories. The URL http://thebrww.org
I just joined the Backyard community. We moved to NC the end of November, and I've been collecting data since then.
I setup my station details last week, so hopefully they will start appearing in the next day or so.
It's publishing now.
Could you check my display in Backyard? Ross updated my status and it's reporting but not displaying.
Publisher ID: p09536
Station Number: 21132
We'll be supporting Backyard Webcams possibly later this year. In the meantime, just hang tight till we get it done. If you have a webcam, I can embed it here though so people can see it on this group page.
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