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District 2 of the N.E. Indiana National Weather Service (North Webster) SKYWARN coverage area.

Allen County SKYWARN Quadrant 2 Operations Manual

Additional Quadrant 2 SKYWARN Information

The National Weather Service office at North Webster, Indiana is responsible for issuing warnings for 37 counties in three states. These counties have been divided into four quadrants, each with it's own link into the NWS office.

The map below shows the primary frequency and backup frequency (if applicable) for each county. PL tones are in parenthesis.

Click on the four district color coded map below for a full size view of it

Quad 1:
Blue 146.82- / backup 147.18+ (p
l 131.8)
Quad 2: Green 146.88- / backup 146.
Quad 3: Yellow 147.285+

Quad 4: Red 145.43- (pl 131.8)

Current radar image from the North Webster Doppler

SKYWARN reporting criteria:

If you are a trained spotter watching the sky, here are the specific weather conditions the National Weather Service would like to know about:

1. Tornadoes, Funnel Clouds, and Wall Clouds (remember there must be rotation).
2. Winds 50 miles per hour or greater (donít report anything less unless the NWS specifically requests it).
3. Any Hail (Please report hail size as pea-size, dime, nickel, quarter, etc.).
4. Flooding in progress (rapid pooling of water on roadways, etc).
5. Storm damage (large trees, branches, structural damage, etc).
6. Weather-related injury or death.

Give your location as accurately as possible, and please use references such as towns or major roads.

Please do not report any other conditions unless specifically requested to do so by the net control station. After calling in your report, please remain on frequency for a few minutes in case the radar operator requests any additional information.

If you believe you have a reportable weather condition, but are not sure, report it anyway. Simply report your suspicions, say you are not sure, and indicate why you are not sure (reduced visibility due to heavy rain, poor visibility because of trees, youíre too far away, etc). There may be other spotters in the area who can check out your report, and your suspicions can also be checked out on radar. Thereís nothing wrong with making an honest mistake.

Please refrain from reports like "it is raining very hard on the west end of town" or "it is getting very windy over here".

Severe Weather Alerts Across the Country


NE Indiana NWS office

National SKYWARN page

Indiana SKYWARN Map

GOES West (Infrared)

WANE TV Live Doppler

GOES East (Infrared)

Sheet of several weather/science related links

Watches & Warnings

One day Convective Outlook

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