Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 18:14:04 GMT
From: "Leigh Kendall" <lkendallnopsamam.databridgesystems.com>
Subject: Re: Frozen antenna: '95 900SE


Since the changes that NOAA made, I find myself using the WB all the time now. No waiting for the radio to tease you with the weather anymore. An interesting thing I've noticed, is that if the WB is static and even when it's not, if you turn the WB off then on again you'll pick up a different broadcast. That way you can sometimes get a different feed if you don't feel like wading through the marine forecasts... (pun intended) Leigh "Bob" <uctraingNOSPAMnopsamanet.com> wrote in message news:0gma105um8q886m0u3krbisu8tmvicg6j1nopsamcom... > On Sun, 25 Jan 2004 07:01:11 GMT, meld_b <meld_bnopsamo.com> wrote: > > >Someday I'll want an AM fix and I'll have to put it up. Even unlikelier > >would be that I might want to see what the weather radio says. > > I used to ignore the weather radio too but the NWS recently made some > improvements in that service. It's actually useful now, as long as you > don't mind waiting for it to roll around to the forecast for your > specific area. > >

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