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Idaho Weather radio and weather stations all Broadcast Frequencies

Weather station frequency site name and call sign, also check out Acurite Home Station.

Weather station

Site Name Transmitter Name Call Sign Frequency Power WFO
Driggs Relay Ridge KJY57 162.450 100 Pocatello, ID
Salmon Mt Baldy KPS509 162.500 100 Missoula, MT
Grangeville Grangeville KXI82 162.450 100 Spokane, WA
Sedgwick Peak Soda Springs KZZ72 162.425 100 Pocatello, ID
Burley Alibon WNG605 162.475 100 Pocatello, ID
McCall Brundage Mtn. WWF58 162.475 100 Boise, ID
Bonners Ferry Black Mountain WWG99 162.500 100 Spokane, WA
Boise Doe Point WXK68 162.550 300 Boise, ID
Payette Syme Hill / Ontario OR WXK88 162.400 100 Boise, ID
Lewiston Winchester Grade WXK98 162.550 300 Spokane, WA
Pocatello Atomic City WXL33 162.550 100 Pocatello, ID
Twin Falls Jerome WXL35 162.400 300 Boise, ID
Sun Valley Bald Mtn WZ2520 162.450 150 Pocatello, ID
Orofino Norton Knob WZ2535 162.500 100 Spokane, WA

It is important that you have on hand all of the basic supplies you will need to survive.Weather station You should have enough of these supplies to be able to sustain yourself for at least three days, since it may be a while before you can evacuate safely or before help can reach you. A sample emergency kit might look like this:

 

 

 

  • Water, a gallon per person per day. Also, it is helpful to have some means of filtering/purifying water, in case you run out
  • Food, non-perishable (cans, protein bars- whatever won’t go bad)
  • Battery-powered radio and weather station with extra batteries (or you can buy one of these)
  • NOAA weather radio and weather station with extra batteries (or, one of these will do the trick)
  • Flashlight with extra batteries
  • First aid kit
  • Whistle and signal mirror to signal for help
  • Surgical masks for breathing contaminated air
  • Plastic sheeting for building temporary shelters
  • Duct tape
  • Garbage bags and moist wipes for personal sanitation
  • A good multitool with pliers in case you have to turn off utilities like gas
  • A can opener
  • Local maps
  • Cell phone with charger/extra battery.
  • An extra supply of any prescription medications you may have
  • An analgesic such as Tylenol
  • Bedding such as sleeping bags
  • An extra change of clothes, including sturdy shoes
  • A waterproof means of starting a fire (waterproof matches, stormproof lighter, etc)