Tippecanoe County Siren Test

It has been confirmed! There will be a siren test Today! 5/7/2022 Today,Saturday May 7th, 2022 is the first Saturday of the month and Tippecanoe County EMA will be testing the sirens throughout Tippecanoe County (Weather and other circumstances could cancel the test). Your continuous support in observing and reporting a siren is greatly appreciated.Continue reading “Tippecanoe County Siren Test”


Fellow Amateur Radio Operators The Department of Defense holds training where the Amateur Radio operators are invited to participate. It will take place this first week of May. I suggest to view the following pages and videos: https://www.dodmars.org/mars-comex-information-website https://www.dodmars.org/mars-comex-information-website/dod-comex-22-2-zoominar-information Before you dismiss this exercise and say “I can’t participate, or don’t have the capability”, watchContinue reading “DoD MARS COMEX 22-2”

TCARES meeting 4/30/2022

TCARES monthly meeting will take place Wednesday April 27th, 2022 at 7pm. Location is Lafayette Fire Department Training Center between Haggerty Ln, Veterans Memorial Prkwy E, and S. 500 E. The entrance to the training center is on S. 500 E. Topics are ARRL Radiogram, packet radio, and Franciscan Health Race for Kids 5K Run/WalkContinue reading “TCARES meeting 4/30/2022”

Severe Weather Preparedness Week in Indiana

https://www.weather.gov/ind/SevereWxWeek The National Weather Service, in conjunction with the Indiana State Police, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, the Indiana Department of Education, the Indiana Broadcasters Association, the American Red Cross, and Amateur Radio Operators will conduct a statewide test of communication systems on Tuesday, March 15 at 10:15 AM EDT/9:15 AM CDT. Important – while the drill will beContinue reading “Severe Weather Preparedness Week in Indiana”

NWS How to Submit a storm report

Interested in sending Snowfall measurements? Visit: https://www.weather.gov/crh/stormreports?sid=ind Here you can find the criteria for reporting different weather events and links to report them. Snow Info How much snow fell (to nearest tenth of an inch if possible), e.g. 3.5″. What period of time did the snow fall? (e.g. 1 hour 15 minutes.) Was the snowfall measurementContinue reading “NWS How to Submit a storm report”