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Old 09-06-2017, 11:08 AM
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Cool Hurricane Irma

Hi all..
It looks like this storm is at the top of the record book's..
Is there an HF freq the hunter's/observer's use?
I hope Key West is empty
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Old 09-06-2017, 11:56 AM
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Hi all..
It looks like this storm is at the top of the record book's..
Is there an HF freq the hunter's/observer's use?
I hope Key West is empty
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Thank you very much!!
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Let us know if you hear anything.
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I do not wish to debate about what I am about to repprt..
I heard Ohio calling for a report on 14.325 USB
They just now switched to 7.268 LSB
They are giving a report now
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As Mainetrunk points out, we utilize 14.325 for daytime nets and 7.268 for night.

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Keep up the effort of all involved. This year is looking to be one that will not be forgotten for a long time. It will take the effort of many to come through this time of bad weather before us.

I have been monitoring the 2 frequencies and the normal hams have been good at remaining away from these two important frequencies. Thank you all for helping.

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3:16 EST, I am hearing a faint voice on 11.330 USB.
Continuing to monitor
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