Alachua County SKYWARN is an organized system of trained local spotter volunteers operating under the NWS Severe Storm Reporting Networks program.
Martin County SKYWARN® are a group of volunteers to the National Weather Service in Melbourne, FL. In Martin County Florida there are around 85 trained and registered volunteer weather spotters who report ground level weather phenomena primarily to the US National Weather Service office in Melbourne, Florida.
Imperial Polk County Amateur Radio Emergency Service, ARES, provides emergency and public service communications to our served agencies. We are a part of the Polk County Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan. Getting the message through “when all else fails”.
Our focus is on preparation and training for wireless communications during disasters and public service events.
The Treasure Coast Weather Net meets every Sunday night at 9 P.M. on the 146.775 (tone 107.2) St. Lucie Repeater Association repeater which is located on US1 at the Indian River & St. Lucie County line. Everyone is invited to check in with us to practice giving and receiving current weather reports and join in weather related discussions.