ARRL Hurricane Maria Resources

ARRL Hurrican Maria Resources http://www.arrl.org/hurricane-maria-2017 National Hurricane Center www.nhc.noaa.gov The Hurricane Watch Net www.hwn.org VoIP Hurricane Net www.voipwx.net Caribbean Emergency and Weather Net  http://cewn.org/hf-and-uhf-links-into-dominica/ active Red Cross Shelters maps.redcross.org/website/maps/ARC_Shelters.html Facebook Safety Check www.facebook.com/about/safetycheck Red Cross Safe and Well safeandwell.communityos.org

Hurricane Irma Debrief

I hope everyone came out of the storm unharmed and your family safe. We at VARES are keeping those affected by hurricane Irma in our thoughts and hope for a speedy recovery. Like Matthew Volusia is very lucky. This could have been much more devastating if Irma took one of the earlier paths. VARES is… Continue reading Hurricane Irma Debrief

Irma Level I Full Activation

Hurricane Irma has started turning North. This turn will increase the possibility of hurricane winds in Volusia County. With this danger, VARES has gone to level I Full Activation. We are active on the 147.240+ T123.0. We ask all ARES to report to the ARES net in case needed. — Karl Martin KG4HBN Emergency Coordinator… Continue reading Irma Level I Full Activation

From ARRL HQ Operating Procedures During IRMA

Operating Procedures During Hurricane Irma ZCZC AG17 QST de W1AW ARRL Bulletin 17 ARLB017 From ARRL Headquarters Newington CT September 8, 2017 To all radio amateurs SB QST ARL ARLB017 ARLB017 Operating Procedures During Hurricane Irma Please be aware that due to the breadth of this series of weather events, numerous emergency and public service… Continue reading From ARRL HQ Operating Procedures During IRMA