NWR Transmitter/Receiver Problems?

Problems receiving the NWR broadcast can be due to issues with the NWR transmitter, your NWR receiver, or possibly both.
Please check the list of known outages/degraded service shown below and the special notices before reporting an outage.

Please do not use dst.webmasters@noaa.gov to report transmitter problems

NWR Stations that have either degraded performance or are currently offline.
This information was current on: 04/28/2017 19:35:11. UTC

Click on a red Red Icon Image or yellow Yellow Image Icon icon to view transmitter details

degraded Icon Image DEGRADED - Indicates that a transmitter is operational but experiencing a temporary reduction in the quality of service such as coverage area, audio quality, etc. 
Out Of Service Icon Image OUT OF SERVICE - Indicates transmitter is temporarily non operational due to problems such as a power outage, antenna damage, etc. 

Special Notices

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[+]"Beeping" on certain Midland receivers and the weekly test
[+]WNG677 St. Croix, VI transmitter Out of Service (3/17/17)
[+]WZ2542 Harlingen Spanish, TX transmitter removed from service (Update 3/7/17)
[+]WWF48 Mt. Greylock, MA transmitter scheduled relocation (Update 11/18/16)
[+]WWH34 Walton, NY transmitter Out of Service (8/27/15)
[+]KWO35 New York City, NY transmitter status update (5/9/14)
[+]WNG693 Culebra, PR transmitter relocation (Update 9/3/15)

NWR Transmitter Outages

This information was current on: 04/28/2017 19:35:11. UTC

StateTransmitterFrequencyWFOStatus
MSCarthageKJY83162.500Jackson MSOUT OF SERVICE
MSBudeKIH48162.550Jackson MSOUT OF SERVICE
NYWaltonWWH34162.425Binghamton NYOUT OF SERVICE
NYNew York CityKWO35162.550Upton NYDEGRADED
OHLimaWXJ93162.400Wilmington OHDEGRADED
OKArdmoreKXI57162.525Norman OKOUT OF SERVICE