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Marine Weather Display Warnings

Day

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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.




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