Nueces County, TX Feed down

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natedawg1604

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What happened to the Nueces County, TX Feed? It just went down, it's been the top feed on Broadcastify for several hours...
 

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So, what's the best active broadcastify feed to monitor re: Hurricane Harvey? I see Galveston Couny, TX is the second highest right now...
 

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Niagra?

It's under Niagara County, NY (Hurricane Watch Net).
Why in the name of God would this be located in NY instead of a section for, let's say, "Hurricane Watch." I would never every think to look in NY for a Texas Hurricane? Am I having a flashback?
 

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hurricane watch net on broadcastify 14.325mhz 7.268mhz
I don't see nothing listed on Broadcasify
It's under Niagara County, NY (Hurricane Watch Net).
Why in the name of God would this be located in NY instead of a section for, let's say, "Hurricane Watch." I would never every think to look in NY for a Texas Hurricane? Am I having a flashback?

Hurricane Watch Net - 14.3250 MHz and 7.2680 MHz
Niagara Hurricane Watch Net - 14.3250 MHz and 7.2680 MHz Amateur Radio 0 Not Active

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I am a amateur radio operator and am a member of The Hurricane Watch Net. We have been in operation for 50 years and provide support to The National Hurricane Center during the hurricane season. I plan on broadcasting our activations from my station here in New York.

This feed includes:
The Hurricane Watch Net - 14.325 MHz USB
The Hurricane Watch Net - 7.268 MHz LSB

Generally, we use only one frequency at a time determined by propagation conditions.
Callsigns used - individual amateur radio callsign determined by the participants. Also, the amateur radio station (WX4NHC) located at The National Hurricane Center in Miami, FL is a part of our group.
This broadcast will originate from my home amateur radio station, NN2NN, utilizing my transceivers and antennas located in Niagara Falls, NY.

https://www.hwn.org/ The Net Is Not Active At This Time


This appears to be a comprehensive and lengthy list of SW frequencies to monitor. Hurricane Frequency List
(Last Revision 18 Sept 1999)
 
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