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Ketchikan, Alaska 99901
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MARINE WEATHER LINKS

NOAA Marine Weather         Marine Weather Broadcast

Marine Weather Display Warnings


Day


Night


Day


Night


Small Craft Advisory:
Wings as high as 33 knots (38 mph) are forecast.


Gale:
Winds 34 to 47 knots (39-54 mph) are forecast.


Day


Night


Day


Night


Storm Warning:
Winds 48 to 63 knots (55-73 mph) are forecast.


Hurricane Warning
: Winds 64 knots (74 mph) and above are forecast.

 

Marine Weather Broadcasts
    National Weather Service

HF1 Voice Weather Broadcasts

Continuous Voice Broadcasts

Location

Station

Time2

Location

Station

Frequency

Yakutat

KDG-91

0515

Anchorage

KEC-43

162.55 MHz

Barrow3

KCB-53

0630

Cordova

WXJ-79

162.40 MHz

Annette

KGD-58

0700

Craig

WXJ-26A

162.475 MHz

Kodiak

WBH-29

0800

Fairbanks

WXJ-81

162.55 MHz

Cold Bay

KCI-95

1030

Haines

WXM-97

162.40 MHz

King Salmon

KCI-98

1100

Homer

WXJ-24

162.40 MHz

Nome

KCI-94

1130

Juneau

WXJ-25

162.55 MHz

Barrow3

KCB-53

1200

Ketchikan

WXJ-26

162.55 MHz

Annette

KCB-53

1540

Kodiak

WXJ-78

162.55 MHz

King Salmon

KCI-95

1715

Nome

WXJ-62

162.55 MHz

Kodiak

KGD-58

1800

Seward

KEC-81

162.55 MHz

Barrow3

KCB-53

1900

Sitka

WXJ-80

162.55 MHz

Yakutat

KDG-91

1930

Soldotna

WWG-39

162.475 MHz

Cold Bay

WBH-29

2030

Unalaska

WXK-89

162.55 MHz

Nome

KCI-98

2130

Valdez

WXJ-63

162.55 MHz

1. All Broadcasts are on the upper sideband (UBS) 4125 KHz
2. Broadcast times are the same for Daylight (ADT) and Standard (AST) time.
3. Barrow broadcasts Apr. 1 - Sept. 15 only.

Whittier

KXI-29

162.40 MHz

Wrangell

WXJ-83

162.40 MHz

Yakutat

WXK-69

162.40 MHz

 

 

 

For updated information: NWS Alaska Region website: www.alaska.net/~nwsar/

Alaska Weather Line: 1-800-472-0391
this toll free call provides statewide public and marine observations and forecasts to Alaskan residents.