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- Saint Lucia WX
  • By J69DS at winlink.org
  • Date: Sat, 01 Jun 2024 17:35:00 -0000
Hi All,

Rains over the last week have been welcome and not excessive in my area 
(Plateau)
Time for us to go over the preps for the season (although we should always be 
ready)

Amateur Radio Operators Emergency Preparedness Plan as compiled by J73WA Wayne:
https://www.qsl.net/cewn/pdf/Amateur_Radio_Disaster_Plan.pdf
This a good plan albeit geared toward Amateur Radio Operators, but it applies 
equelly to anybody.

Caribbean Emergency and Weather Net runs daily at 6:30 and 18:30 local time 
in the morning on 7.160 MHz Lower side band
In the evening on 3.815 MHz Lower side band


Frans J69DS [J62DX]
VHF: 145.530 [203.5] / 146.520
HH Mobile   : 50370 
HoIP Mobile: 100412

Echolink J62DX-R
AllStar 51686 [HoIP 15035 / HH 94034 ]
DMR TGIF 4201
HF 3815 / 7188
Packet Aprs and Winlink Gateway: J62DX-10 on 145.050 Mhz



- Thunder and lightning
  • By Susan Beckwith <suebeckwith123 at gmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 26 May 2024 08:57:18 -0400
I was woken up in the night by liod thunder and heavy rain. This has been almost continuous it's bringing us much needed rain. It's also a relief in a way not to have the continuous baking heat.

Gearing up for a higher than average hurricane season, so they say.



Keep safe.

Sue

Susan Beckwith, owner Roots Bars, St Lucia.

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