WE ARE BEGINNING TO HEAD INTO THE HURRICANE SEASON
Please remember it’s hurricane season and as we’ve seen in the past, even people living hundreds of miles away from the coast can be affected. Make sure you and your family have preparations in place for the next hurricane. For more info on hurricane preparation please click here.
BELOW I ANOTHER LINK THAT IS VERY IMPORTANT PRETAINING TO PREPAIRDNESS
EMERGENCY PREPAIRDNESS GUIDE FOR SENIORS AND CARETAKERS
https://www.chooseenergy.com/emergency-preparedness-elderly/ This link was sent to THEBRWW
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You can track hurricanes and tropical storms through the National Hurricane Center by clicking here.
Need Severe Weather information? Click Here!
Need a good severe weather and storm tracking program for your computer? Check out WSV3 Here!
ESRI Severe Weather Public Information Map
Here is a link that was sent to me to add this link might be very helpful to you
Click below image to learn more about Self Place Selfie.
Here are the weather conditions from the Springwood Weather Center for Belmont, North Carolina, USA; McAdenville, North Carolina, USA; Mount Holly, North Carolina, USA; and Lowell, North Carolina, USA. The widget says Springwood, Gastonia, NC; but the weather center is actually located in North Belmont, North Carolina. Left click on temperature to get full weather conditions. We have included both the interactive Flash and non-interactive HTML versions of the widgets on this page so those on mobile devices without Flash can still see the weather information and tap on the weather station link.
Below is our coverage area but during activation anyone can report SEVERE WEATHER to us and we will take the appropriate action and report it to the NWS according to their procedures.
NORTH CAROLINA COUNTIES: Burke, Buncombe, Catawba, Cleveland, Gaston, Henderson, Haywood, Lincoln, Rutherford, Madison, McDowell, Mecklenburg, Mitchel, Polk, Transylvania, Yancey
SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTIES: Cherokee, Chester, York.
(covering over 1800 square miles).
Delivering reports to the NWS in Greenville/Spartanburg and WCNC, so you can take the necessary precautions to protect lives and property.
We hope that you enjoy your visit with us and will come back again soon.
To contact us by telephone call: (704) 964-4686 or (704) 765-8012
To contact us by email, click here.
BLUE RIDGE WEAGHER WATCH MEETING
DATE: 07 – 21 – 2018
TIME: 1: 00 pm
MEETING LOCATION DALLAS RESCUE SQUAD BUILDING, 206 SOUTH OAKLAND STREET
DIRECTIONS TO SQUAD BUILDING
From US Hwy 321: Come east on West Main Street to Main and Oakland St. intersection, turn right.
Go to 3rd block park in parking lot on right, Rescue Squad Building on left just below parking lot.
From Stanley Direction, Mt. Holly Direction: Take Dallas Stanley Hwy to East Main St,
turn right; go west on East Main St. to West Main St. and Oakland St. intersection, turn left.
Go to 3rd block park in parking lot on the right, Rescue Squad Building on the left just below parking lot.
OUR NEW CONFORENCE ROOM
Here is the link COPY AND PAST https://www.freeconference.com/
Until we can get it put in the Chat Room location we are going to have to do it this way
This is our live meeting conforence and what this is for if you cannot attend our meeting
you can Conforence into our meeting using this link above I will add the Instructions on
Using this Conforence.
If you do not have a scanner or HAM radio and would like to listen to us when we are activated, Click on the Status Bar at top wright just above the important notice click here. This should open the web page for you to start listening to the scanner. If that link does not work, try this one. Just scroll to the bottom of the page, verify we are online, select the player you want to listen in, then click on the speaker icon.
REPEATERS WE USE (Click to learn more information about repeaters)
Per Tony Jones Net Manager (Shane Mitchell) has not returned at this time. So Tony Jones will remain as net Manager until Shane returns or we can get another quilified person to take the Position.
( TONY JONES)
A SPECIAL THANKS!
Tony goes way beound the call of duty to do things for the Blue Ridge Weather Watch Organization. So I just wanted to say a special THANK YOU
TONY FOR ALL THAT YOU DO FOR THE ORGANIZATION.
2 Meter & 70 cm Nets
The Blue Ridge Weather Watch Nets are as follows on the 145.450 MHz – offset no Tone and the 444.075 MHz + offset a PL 88.5 H Tone Repeaters on Tuesday and Thursday evening at 8:00 pm. All licensed Amateur Radio Operators are welcome to check into any of our nets.
40 Meter Net
Also Monday afternoon at 3:00 pm EDT the Blue Ridge Weather Watch will be conducting an HF net on 40 meters at frequency 7.253.50 MHz following the Central States Traffic net.
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