NWS HAWAII TEL's, FREQ's & SCHEDS
FOR SSB / FAX BROADCAST INFO

Honolulu, Hawai`i
Updated: April 2, 1998

This information is provided here as a public service
and is believed to be accurate as of the above date
for more info, see: NWS Honolulu


RECORDED TELEPHONE NUMBERS

OAHU           (808) 973-5286 *
OAHU Marine       (808) 973-4382
HAWAII Marine    (808) 935-9883 #
KAUAI Marine     (808) 245-3564 #
MAUI Marine     (808) 877-3949 %
OAHU Surf Reports    (808) 973-4383
Buoy/Coastal Winds    (808) 973-6114

*Recording rings through to a duty forecaster
# Not updated between 4 PM and 12 Midnight
% Not updated between 2 PM and 6 AM

NOAA WEATHER RADIO BY
TELEPHONE INTERCEPT

KBA-99 NWR Broadcast
OAHU     (808) 973-6109
HAWAII     (808) 935-5055
MAUI    (808) 871 -6706
KAUAI     (808) 245-2919
MOLOKAI     (808) 552-2477
LANAI     (808) 565-6033

Continuous weather broadcast on radio
frequency 162.4000 and 162.5500 Mhz. For
Hawaii and waters out to 1,000 miles
(See NOAA Weather Radio listing below)


BUOYS
Buoy      Coordinates           Nautical Miles
51001 2326.0'N 16218.0'W (185 WNWof Lihue)
51002 1710.0'N 15749.1'W (251 S of Honolulu)
51003 1911.0'N 16049.2'W (208 SW of Honolulu)
51004 1726.1'N 15220.4'W (207 SE of Hilo)


BY RADIO OUT TO OVER 100 MILES
OF THE MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS:

NOAA Weather Radio (NWR) continuous
broadcast from the NWS Forecast Office,
Honolulu, simultaneously from
the following transmitters:


PLACE - FREQUENCY - MHz
Kokee, Kaua`i 162.40
Mt. Kaala, O`ahu 162.55
Mt. Haleakala, Maui 162.40
Kulani Cone, Hawai`i 162.55
South Point, Hawai`i 162.55
Hawaii Kai, O`ahu 162.40


First Issuances of weather warnings are
preceded by a 1050 Hz tone on NWR
(for activating muted receivers set to
respond to this alert) and an announcement
by U.S. Coast Guard on Marine VHF
Calling/Emergency freq 156.8 (Channel 16).

OFFSHORE AND HIGH SEAS:


An announcement is made on calling/emergency frequency 2182 upon issuance of weather warnings.

For North Pacific between 140W and 160E and
South Pacific to 25S between 110W and 160E

STATION - FREQUENCY (kHz) - TIME (UTC)
Via SSB emission: NMO (USCG)
2670.0 at 0545, 1145, 1745, 2345
6501.0 at 0600, 1200
8764.0 at 0005, 0600, 1200, 1800
13089.0 at 1800. 0005

Via AM band W W V H :
For North Pacific and South Pacific
to 25E between 110W and 160E

2.5, 5, 10, & 15 MHz (NIST Time Broadcast)
on 48th, 49th, 50th & 51st minute of each hour
Broadcast Schedule


Via RADIO FACSIMILE: Times are in UTC;
subtract 10 hours to convert to Hawaii Standard Time (150 meridian).

Frequencies are assigned frequencies;
to convert to carrier frequencies subtract 1.9kHz.
Broadcast is on all four frequencies simultaneously.

KVM70 9982.5, 11090.0, 16135.0, 23331.5,

TIME: 2350-0250, 0533-0725, 1150-1450, 1733-1950

More detailed info from NWS WxFax page


Weather and Seas Forecasts for Hawai`i and the Pacific

HNL Local -|- Statewide


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Last Modified: Sunday 19980503.1549 HST