VoIP Hurricane Prep Nets for Saturday 11/19/22 & Saturday 11/26/22 Canceled for the Thanksgiving Holiday – Next Net at a Special Time on Saturday 12/3/22 at 700 PM ET/400 PM PT

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With the Thanksgiving holiday week this weekend through next weekend and the late season November hurricane net activations, the net management team has decided to cancel tonight’s net on Saturday 11/19/22 and Saturday 11/26/22. Our next net, and the final net of 2022, will be on Saturday 12/3/22, one hour earlier, at 700 PM US ET/400 PM US PT immediately following the end of 2022 SKYWARN Recognition Day. Additionally, more info on 2022 SKYWARN Recognition Day will be posted by Monday 11/21/22. The VoIP Hurricane Net management team wishes all net participants a very healthy and Happy Thanksgiving and we will talk again in two weeks during 2022’SRD and on the net immediately following SRD. Thanks to all for their continued support of the VoIP Hurricane Net!

73,Rob-KD1CY.
Director of Operations for the VoIP Hurricane Net

VoIP Hurricane Net Will Activate from 12 PM EST Wednesday 11/9/22 through 12 PM EST Thursday 11/10/22 for Nicole

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**VoIP Hurricane Net will informally monitor conditions starting at 8 AM EST and formally activate at 12 PM EST Wednesday Afternoon and will remain active potentially through 12 PM EST Thursday for Nicole and its impacts on the Bahamas and Florida**
**WX4NHC will also be active with their Amateur Radio Station through this time period for as long as needed.**

Here are the VoIP Hurricane Net Plans for Nicole as of Tuesday Evening 1010 PM EST:

The VoIP Hurricane Net will will informally monitor conditions starting at 8 AM EST and formally activate at 12 PM EST Wednesday Afternoon and will remain active potentially through 12 PM EST Thursday for Nicole and its impacts on the Bahamas and Florida. WX4NHC, the Amateur Radio station at the National Hurricane Center in Miami Florida will also be active with their Amateur Radio Station through this time period for as long as needed.

Any Amateur Radio Operators in the affected area of Nicole or with relays into the affected area of Nicole are asked to provide surface and damage reports into the VoIP Hurricane Net for relay into WX4NHC, the Amateur Radio station at the National Hurricane Center. We appreciate any and all support from Amateur Operators in the affected area or Amateur Operators with relays into the affected area. We are looking for reports based on the National Weather Service SKYWARN Reporting criteria. This can be seen on the VoIP Hurricane Net web site at the following link:
https://voipwx.net/voip-hurricane-net-reporting-criteria

Any pictures or videos of wind damage, river/stream/urban/storm surge flooding etc. can be sent to our voipwxnet Facebook and Twitter feeds or the following email address: pics@nsradio.org and credit will be given to the Amateur Radio Operator, weather spotter or individual that took the photos and media and be shared with the Amateur Radio team at the National Hurricane Center and other agencies and outlets.

Advisories on Nicole can be seen off of the Atlantic Tropical Products menu selection on the voipwxnet web site, via our Facebook and Twitter feeds, and off the National Hurricane Center web site via the following link:
https://www.nhc.noaa.gov

Reports as obtained via the VoIP Hurricane Net from Amateur Radio Operators in the affected area, relays from the affected area or from APRS/CWOP Weather Station feeds and other social media outlets can be found at the following link:
https://www.voipwx.net/qilan/nhcwx/list_VOIP_records1?auth=OK

APRS, Winlink, AllStar, Hamshack Hotline resources that can be monitored are as follows:
APRS kc5fm-9
Winlink KC5FM
Allstar 28848
Echolink KC5FM-R 906281
Hamshack Hotline 94032
DMR TGIF 31207
P25 31207
DSTAR XLXOKL C
Yaesu Fusion 31207
M17-SUN module A

Stations outside the affected area that do not have relays into the affected area who would like to listen into the VoIP Hurricane Net can use any of the following systems for listen-only purposes and can connect on either Echolink or IRLP:
*NEW-ENG3* Echolink conference node: 9123/IRLP 9123
*SKY_GATE* Echolink conference node: 868981/IRLP 9252
*KC4QLP-C* Echolink conference node: 290251
*ARERT* Echolink conference node: 902723
*WASH_DC* Echolink conference node: 6154

These two streaming audio feeds should be available. Those streaming audio feeds are as follows:
Streaming feed 1: http://74.208.24.77:8000 -Provided by KC4QLP-Bob Carter
Streaming feed 2: http://audio.arert.net/ -Provided by the ARERT conference owners and sysops

Please note that there could be additional listen only nodes and streaming feeds. If time allows, this info will be updated via the voipwxnet web site and social media feeds.

The VoIP Hurricane Net Management team continues to closely watch Nicole. Thanks to all for their continued support of the VoIP Hurricane Net!

73,Rob-KD1CY.
Director of Operations for the VoIP Hurricane Net

Subtropical Storm Nicole Forms East of the Bahamas Expected to Intensify and Impact the Bahamas, Florida And Other Part of the Southeast US Coast Later This Week

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Subtropical Storm Nicole has formed in the Atlantic east of the Bahamas this Monday Morning. Nicole is expected to intensify and impact the Bahamas, Florida and other parts of the Southeast US coast later this week transitioning into a fully tropical storm in the next couple of days and will have the potential to become a hurricane before landfall in Florida. Advisories on Nicole can be seen off the Atlantic Tropical Products menu of the voipwx.net web site and at the National Hurricane Center web site via the following link:

https://www.nhc.noaa.gov

VoIP Hurricane Net activation for Nicole is possible to likely as we get into the middle part of this week. Additional updates on Nicole will follow later this week as well. The VoIP Hurricane Net Management Team will continue to closely monitor the progress of Nicole. Thanks to all for their continued support of the VoIP Hurricane Net!

73,Rob-KD1CY.
Director of Operations for the VoIP Hurricane Net

VoIP Hurricane Net Activation for Hurricane Lisa Secured on Wednesday 11/2/22 at 1100 PM EDT

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The VoIP Hurricane Net Activation for Hurricane Lisa secured on Wednesday 11/2/22 at 1100 PM EDT. Several damage reports and information were received on net from Amateur Radio Operators in Belize via their Echolink/AllStar linked repeater system which was connected to our network until late evening when it appeared the Internet linking or power failed over the linked system. Numerous other reports of storm damage and meteorological data were obtained from Davis and Tempest Weatherflow online weather sensors and social media reports. A total of 25 reports were handled over the course of the net activation from all these resources. The complete list can be seen on the VoIP Hurricane Net Report viewer at the following link:

https://www.voipwx.net/qilan/nhcwx/list_VOIP_records1?auth=OK

Lisa is expected to move over the Bay of Campeche and is not expected to reintensify into a hurricane so this should end any hurricane net activations for Lisa. That said, the VoIP Hurricane Net management team will closely monitor Lisa and the rest of the Atlantic tropics which are more active than normal for the month of November. Thanks to all for their continued support of the VoIP Hurricane Net!

73,Rob-KD1CY.
Director of Operations for the VoIP Hurricane Net

VoIP Hurricane Net Will Activate from 11 AM EDT Wednesday Morning 11/2/22 through 11 PM EDT Wednesday Evening for Hurricane Lisa

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**VoIP Hurricane Net will activate at 11 AM EDT Wednesday Morning and will remain active potentially through 11 PM EDT Wednesday evening for Hurricane Lisa and its impacts on Belize, the Bay Islands of Honduras and the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, the Amateur Radio station at the National Hurricane Center in Miami Florida**
**WX4NHC will also be active with their Amateur Radio Station through this time period for as long as needed.**

Here are the VoIP Hurricane Net Plans for Hurricane Lisa as of Wednesday Morning 1045 AM EDT:

VoIP Hurricane Net will activate at 11 AM EDT Wednesday Morning and will remain active potentially through 11 PM EDT Wednesday Evening for Hurricane Lisa and its impacts on Belize, the Bay Islands of Honduras and the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, the Amateur Radio station at the National Hurricane Center in Miami Florida WX4NHC will also be active with their Amateur Radio Station through this time period for as long as needed.

Any Amateur Radio Operators in the affected area of Lisa or with relays into the affected area of Lisa are asked to provide surface and damage reports into the VoIP Hurricane Net for relay into WX4NHC, the Amateur Radio station at the National Hurricane Center. We appreciate any and all support from Amateur Operators in the affected area or Amateur Operators with relays into the affected area. We are looking for reports based on the National Weather Service SKYWARN Reporting criteria. This can be seen on the VoIP Hurricane Net web site at the following link:
https://voipwx.net/voip-hurricane-net-reporting-criteria

Any pictures or videos of wind damage, river/stream/urban/storm surge flooding etc. can be sent to our voipwxnet Facebook and Twitter feeds or the following email address: pics@nsradio.org and credit will be given to the Amateur Radio Operator, weather spotter or individual that took the photos and media and be shared with the Amateur Radio team at the National Hurricane Center and other agencies and outlets.

Advisories on Lisa can be seen off of the Atlantic Tropical Products menu selection on the voipwxnet web site, via our Facebook and Twitter feeds, and off the National Hurricane Center web site via the following link:
https://www.nhc.noaa.gov

Reports as obtained via the VoIP Hurricane Net from Amateur Radio Operators in the affected area, relays from the affected area or from APRS/CWOP Weather Station feeds and other social media outlets can be found at the following link:
https://www.voipwx.net/qilan/nhcwx/list_VOIP_records1?auth=OK

APRS, Winlink, AllStar, Hamshack Hotline resources that can be monitored are as follows:
APRS kc5fm-9
Winlink KC5FM
Allstar 28848
Echolink KC5FM-R 906281
Hamshack Hotline 94032
DMR TGIF 31207
P25 31207
DSTAR XLXOKL C
Yaesu Fusion 31207
M17-SUN module A

Stations outside the affected area that do not have relays into the affected area who would like to listen into the VoIP Hurricane Net can use any of the following systems for listen-only purposes and can connect on either Echolink or IRLP:
*NEW-ENG3* Echolink conference node: 9123/IRLP 9123
*SKY_GATE* Echolink conference node: 868981/IRLP 9252
*KC4QLP-C* Echolink conference node: 290251
*ARERT* Echolink conference node: 902723
*WASH_DC* Echolink conference node: 6154

These two streaming audio feeds should be available. Those streaming audio feeds are as follows:
Streaming feed 1: http://74.208.24.77:8000 -Provided by KC4QLP-Bob Carter
Streaming feed 2: http://audio.arert.net/ -Provided by the ARERT conference owners and sysops

Please note that there could be additional listen only nodes and streaming feeds. If time allows, this info will be updated via the voipwxnet web site and social media feeds.

The VoIP Hurricane Net Management team continues to closely watch Hurricane Lisa. Thanks to all for their continued support of the VoIP Hurricane Net!

73,Rob-KD1CY.
Director of Operations for the VoIP Hurricane Net

Hurricane Julia Downgraded to a Tropical Storm on Sunday 10/9/22 at 1100 AM EDT – Net Operations Update

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Hurricane Julia has been downgraded to a tropical storm on Sunday 10/9/22 at 1100 AM EDT. The VoIP Hurricane Net Management Team, CU3AU-Francis from the Azores Islands of Portugal and NP3OD-Francisco from San Juan Puerto Rico have been monitoring the YN1YN-L associated with the Club de Radio-Experimentadores de Nicaragua – CREN group. We have obtained reports of widespread cell phone and power outages in Bluefields Nicaragua where Julia made landfall. Social media has numerous reports of downed trees, power lines, some structural damage reports and flooding with rivers out of their banks as Julia has pushed inland in Nicaragua. All these reports have been sent into WX4NHC, the Amateur Radio station at the National Hurricane Center. Our report viewer shows the information sent in and can be seen at the following link:

https://www.voipwx.net/qilan/nhcwx/list_VOIP_records1?auth=OK

With Julia now a tropical storm, our more formal monitoring of Julia has ended but we will send in any higher end reports received by CREN or via social media today. Julia will emerge over the Eastern North Pacific as a tropical storm before eventually dissipating along the Pacific coast of Guatemala in 48-72 hours. No other tropical systems of concern are noted in the Atlantic, Eastern North Pacific an Central Pacific basins at this time. The VoIP Hurricane Net Management team will continue monitoring Julia and the tropics. Thanks to all for their continued support of the VoIP Hurricane Net!

73,Rob-KD1CY.
Director of Operations for the VoIP Hurricane Net

VoIP Hurricane Prep Net To Continue As Planned This Evening & Hurricane Julia Update

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Our VoIP Hurricane Prep Net will continue as planned for this evening at 800 PM EDT/0000 UTC. Julia has now become a Category-1 hurricane and has been impacting the islands of San Andreas and Providencia Islands Columbia. Julia will continue to the west and make landfall in Nicaragua as a hurricane late tonight or early Sunday Morning. The VoIP Hurricane Net will be semi-active during this period looking for any reports out of Nicaragua. We will be actively monitoring the couple of online weather stations and also monitoring the CREN group social media and any activity they may have on Echolink and IRLP as they have an active network they have utilized in the past for hurricanes. The VoIP Hurricane Net management team will closely monitor Julia and its impacts on Nicaragua overnight into Sunday Morning. Thanks to all for their continued support of the VoIP Hurricane Net!

73,Rob-KD1CY.
Director of Operations for the VoIP Hurricane Net

VoIP Hurricane Net Activation for Hurricane Ian Secured at 5 PM EDT/2100 UTC – Friday 9/30/22 & VoIP Hurricane Prep Net for Tonight Canceled

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**VoIP Hurricane Net Activation for Hurricane Ian Secured at 5 PM EDT/2100 UTC – Friday 9/30/22**
**VoIP Hurricane Net for this Saturday 10/1/22 is canceled due to extended activation for Hurricane Ian this week. Our next net will be Saturday 10/8/22 at 800 PM EDT.**

The VoIP Hurricane Net and WX4NHC, the Amateur Radio station at the National Hurricane Center, secured operations at 500 PM EDT/2100 UTC – Friday 9/30/22 as Ian became a Post Tropical Storm. Ian is now a depression and the NHC has stopped issuing advisories with the Weather Prediction Center issuing advisories on Ian’s remnants. Hurricane Ian brought significant storm surge, fresh water flooding and damaging winds with wind gusts high as 91 MPH at Frying Pan Shoals, North Carolina , 87 MPH at Winyah Bay Range, South Carolina and 82 MPH at Morris Island Lighthouse, South Carolina with numerous locations with wind gusts between 40-80 MPH across Eastern South Carolina and Central and Eastern North Carolina. Ian brought significant storm surge to places such as Pawleys Island and significant fresh water flooding to places such as Charlestown and Georgetown South Carolina. Over 300,000 are without power in North Carolina and at the height of the hurricane, over 150,000 without power in South Carolina.

Over the entire course of Ian from its tropical storm force effects in Grand Cayman, major hurricane landfall in Cuba, his major landfall in Southwest Florida and its landfall in South Carolina into North Carolina, the VoIP Hurricane Net sent around 150 reports, many of which are in the report viewer with a few sent via email to WX4NHC, the Amateur Radio station at the National Hurricane Center. See the report viewer link below to view many of the reports:

https://www.voipwx.net/qilan/nhcwx/list_VOIP_records1?auth=OK

During Ian’s landfall and impacts on Southwest Florida, 7 water rescues were called into the US Coast Guard. We will likely never know the outcome of those rescues but our net was ready and handled those requests that came into our net from various means. Measured wind gusts as high as 140 MPH were recorded in Cape Coral Florida with numerous winds sustained at hurricane force with higher end hurricane force wind gusts. With the loss of power and Internet, it is quite likely even higher wind gusts occurred but will not be known until much after Ian’s passage as the historical forensic weather data is collected. The damage photos and videos received show a very grim picture of the issues in Florida from Hurricane Ian.

Our local National Weather Service office in Boston/Norton Mass was tasked to support monitoring Hurricane Ian for the local NWS offices impacted by monitoring social media and other tasks. Given our strong relationship with the local NWS office, they reached out to us knowing our support of hurricanes. Our net relayed data to the science officer who was tasked with this monitoring and fed this information including our report viewer into the local NWS offices and there was much appreciation for the service this net provided and the data collected. It is possible we could see more of this activity in future hurricanes striking the US East and Gulf coasts.

An approximate volunteer man hour count for this hurricane is estimated to be over 150 hours including the planning, execution and release of activation information and accounting for those stations in the affected area or stations that were relays into the affected area reporting storm damage. Also, for those that are in the affected area and lost power and all Internet connectivity, any post storm damage reports, pictures and videos that you may have may still be useful for recovery efforts and for the historical significance of Ian. They can be sent to my email address directly, via our voipwxnet social media feeds or to the email address pics@nsradio.org

With the extensive activation for Hurricane Ian over multiple days, the VoIP Hurricane Prep Net for this Saturday 10/1/22 is cancelled. Our next VoIP Hurricane Net will be Saturday 10/8/22 unless a hurricane net activation preempts our regular net.

As we look into the Atlantic tropics for this week, there is one tropical wave just west of Africa that has a high chance, 70%, for development in 5 days. It is no immediate threat to land at this time and we will have at least a week to monitor this system before it were to come close to any land areas.

We want to thank all the listen only node owners for providing their capabilities to the net and all those who stood by and monitored the net for Hurricane Ian and Hurricane Fiona a week prior. Thanks to all for their continued support of the VoIP Hurricane Net!

73,Rob-KD1CY.
Director of Operations for the VoIP Hurricane Net

VoIP Hurricane Net Activation Update – Ian Update – Thursday 9/29/22 – 130 PM EDT

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**VoIP Hurricane Net was deactivated when Ian was downgraded to a tropical storm on Thursday 9/29/22 at 5 AM EDT but is now reintensifying at 11 AM EDT and will likely be a hurricane when it makes landfall in South Carolina**
**VoIP Hurricane Net reactivated at 1130 AM EDT 9/29/22 and will remain activated with a call-up with advisory information and looking for stations in the affected area or stations with relays into the affected area of Ian with any SKYWARN reporting criteria reports across Florida, Southeast Georgia, and South Carolina through Thursday 9/29/22 at 1100 PM EDT given its large tropical storm force wind field and heavy rainfall affecting a large area and the catastrophic effects on Florida in case anyone is in need of assistance. The net will shutdown into monitoring/listening watch mode overnight and reactivate from Friday 9/30/22 at 600 AM EDT through 11 PM EDT for Ian’s expected hurricane landfall and hurricane conditions in South Carolina**
**WX4NHC, the Amateur Radio station at the National Hurricane Center, will also be active throughout this period sending reports into the National Hurricane Center throughout this timeframe.**
**The VoIP Hurricane Prep Net for Saturday 10/1/22 has been cancelled due to the extended Hurricane Ian activation**

Hurricane Ian has had catastrophic impacts in the state of Florida. The net handled 7 calls for water rescue received over social media and were sent to the US Coast Guard and over 100 reports were sent into the National Hurricane Center, Miami Florida with several of the reports utilized in NHC advisories and updates. In addition, the NWS Boston/Norton mass office was assisting in monitoring for reports across the Florida peninsula and numerous reports were sent in from our office to local NWS offices for dissemination to the NWS offices affected by Ian. The report viewer complete with all reports is listed below:

https://www.voipwx.net/qilan/nhcwx/list_VOIP_records1?auth=OK

After Ian dropped to a 65 MPH Tropical Storm, it is now back up to 70 MPH winds and has moved over water. It is expected to reintensify into a hurricane. It has a huge area of tropical storm force winds and it will then have a core of hurricane force winds around the center between now and Friday Morning. We have reactivated to a format of call-ups looking for reports from stations in the affected area or stations with relays in the affected area of Ian, offer any assistance to the area, and read out advisory information every 20 minutes through 11 PM EDT Thursday Evening and we will then shut down and reactivate at 6 AM EDT Friday for Ian’s expected hurricane landfall in South Carolina.

Any Amateur Radio Operators in the affected area of Ian or with relays into the affected area of Ian are asked to provide surface and damage reports into the VoIP Hurricane Net for relay into WX4NHC, the Amateur Radio station at the National Hurricane Center. We appreciate any and all support from Amateur Operators in the affected area or Amateur Operators with relays into the affected area. We are looking for reports based on the National Weather Service SKYWARN Reporting criteria. This can be seen on the VoIP Hurricane Net web site at the following link:
https://voipwx.net/voip-hurricane-net-reporting-criteria

Any pictures or videos of wind damage, river/stream/urban/storm surge flooding etc. can be sent to our voipwxnet Facebook and Twitter feeds or the following email address: pics@nsradio.org and credit will be given to the Amateur Radio Operator, weather spotter or individual that took the photos and media and be shared with the Amateur Radio team at the National Hurricane Center and other agencies and outlets.

Advisories on Ian can be seen off of the Atlantic Tropical Products menu selection on the voipwxnet web site, via our Facebook and Twitter feeds, and off the National Hurricane Center web site via the following link:
https://www.nhc.noaa.gov

Reports as obtained via the VoIP Hurricane Net from Amateur Radio Operators in the affected area, relays from the affected area or from APRS/CWOP Weather Station feeds and other social media outlets can be found at the following link:
https://www.voipwx.net/qilan/nhcwx/list_VOIP_records1?auth=OK

APRS, Winlink, AllStar, Hamshack Hotline resources that can be monitored are as follows:
APRS kc5fm-9
Winlink KC5FM
Allstar 28848
Echolink KC5FM-R 906281
Hamshack Hotline 94032
DMR TGIF 31207
P25 31207
DSTAR XLXOKL C
Yaesu Fusion 31207
M17-SUN module A

Stations outside the affected area that do not have relays into the affected area who would like to listen into the VoIP Hurricane Net can use any of the following systems for listen-only purposes and can connect on either Echolink or IRLP:
*NEW-ENG3* Echolink conference node: 9123/IRLP 9123
*SKY_GATE* Echolink conference node: 868981/IRLP 9252
*KC4QLP-C* Echolink conference node: 290251
*ARERT* Echolink conference node: 902723
*WASH_DC* Echolink conference node: 6154
*WX5FWD* EchoLink conference node: 372418/IRLP: 0010 Reflector/Allstar: 516220 Hub

These two streaming audio feeds should be available. Those streaming audio feeds are as follows:
Streaming feed 1: http://74.208.24.77:8000 -Provided by KC4QLP-Bob Carter
Streaming feed 2: http://audio.arert.net/ -Provided by the ARERT conference owners and sysops

Please note that there could be additional listen only nodes and streaming feeds. If time allows, this info will be updated via the voipwxnet web site and social media feeds.

The VoIP Hurricane Net Management team continues to closely watch major Hurricane Ian. Thanks to all for their continued support of the VoIP Hurricane Net!

73,Rob-KD1CY.
Director of Operations for the VoIP Hurricane Net

VoIP Hurricane Net Will Activate from 6 AM EDT Wednesday Morning 9/28/22 through 11 PM EDT Thursday Evening 9/29/22 for Major Hurricane Ian

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**VoIP Hurricane Net will activate at 6 AM EDT Wednesday Morning and will remain active potentially through 11 PM EDT Thursday evening for Major Hurricane Ian and its potentially significant impacts on the state of Florida supporting WX4NHC, the Amateur Radio station at the National Hurricane Center in Miami Florida**
**WX4NHC will also be active with their Amateur Radio Station through this time period for as long as needed.**

Here are the VoIP Hurricane Net Plans for Major Hurricane Ian as of Tuesday Evening – 630 PM EDT:

VoIP Hurricane Net will activate at 6 AM EDT Wednesday Morning and will remain active potentially through 11 PM EDT Thursday evening for Major Hurricane Ian and its potentially significant impacts on the state of Florida supporting WX4NHC, the Amateur Radio station at the National Hurricane Center in Miami Florida. WX4NHC will also be active with their Amateur Radio Station through this time period for as long as needed.

Any Amateur Radio Operators in the affected area of Ian or with relays into the affected area of Ian are asked to provide surface and damage reports into the VoIP Hurricane Net for relay into WX4NHC, the Amateur Radio station at the National Hurricane Center. We appreciate any and all support from Amateur Operators in the affected area or Amateur Operators with relays into the affected area. We are looking for reports based on the National Weather Service SKYWARN Reporting criteria. This can be seen on the VoIP Hurricane Net web site at the following link:
https://voipwx.net/voip-hurricane-net-reporting-criteria

Any pictures or videos of wind damage, river/stream/urban/storm surge flooding etc. can be sent to our voipwxnet Facebook and Twitter feeds or the following email address: pics@nsradio.org and credit will be given to the Amateur Radio Operator, weather spotter or individual that took the photos and media and be shared with the Amateur Radio team at the National Hurricane Center and other agencies and outlets.

Advisories on Ian can be seen off of the Atlantic Tropical Products menu selection on the voipwxnet web site, via our Facebook and Twitter feeds, and off the National Hurricane Center web site via the following link:
https://www.nhc.noaa.gov

Reports as obtained via the VoIP Hurricane Net from Amateur Radio Operators in the affected area, relays from the affected area or from APRS/CWOP Weather Station feeds and other social media outlets can be found at the following link:
https://www.voipwx.net/qilan/nhcwx/list_VOIP_records1?auth=OK

APRS, Winlink, AllStar, Hamshack Hotline resources that can be monitored are as follows:
APRS kc5fm-9
Winlink KC5FM
Allstar 28848
Echolink KC5FM-R 906281
Hamshack Hotline 94032
DMR TGIF 31207
P25 31207
DSTAR XLXOKL C
Yaesu Fusion 31207
M17-SUN module A

Stations outside the affected area that do not have relays into the affected area who would like to listen into the VoIP Hurricane Net can use any of the following systems for listen-only purposes and can connect on either Echolink or IRLP:
*NEW-ENG3* Echolink conference node: 9123/IRLP 9123
*SKY_GATE* Echolink conference node: 868981/IRLP 9252
*KC4QLP-C* Echolink conference node: 290251
*ARERT* Echolink conference node: 902723
*WASH_DC* Echolink conference node: 6154

These two streaming audio feeds should be available. Those streaming audio feeds are as follows:
Streaming feed 1: http://74.208.24.77:8000 -Provided by KC4QLP-Bob Carter
Streaming feed 2: http://audio.arert.net/ -Provided by the ARERT conference owners and sysops

Please note that there could be additional listen only nodes and streaming feeds. If time allows, this info will be updated via the voipwxnet web site and social media feeds.

The VoIP Hurricane Net Management team continues to closely watch major Hurricane Ian. Thanks to all for their continued support of the VoIP Hurricane Net!

73,Rob-KD1CY.
Director of Operations for the VoIP Hurricane Net

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