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Trip Planning and Preparation

USING YOUR LOCAL WEATHER AND WATER REPORTS

Turn on your T.V., listen to the radio, or go online to find the latest local weather reports and avoid paddling in bad weather conditions. Check the forecast the good, old-fashioned way too—go outside and take a good look at the sky and the water!

Official weather reports for boaters are provided through the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). You can listen to the NOAA’s weather updates on the following radio stations:

  • WX1 (162.550 MHz)
  • WX2 (162.400 MHz)
  • WX3 (162.475 MHz)

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Boat in the water with people sitting aboard
Hunter with a bow in tall grass at dusk
Man on yellow ATV riding through dirt tracks
Person on snowmobile riding through snowy trail
Person paddling in white water rapids
Three individuals backpacking across a yellow, grassy plain
Boat in the water with people sitting aboard
Hunter with a bow in tall grass at dusk
Man on yellow ATV riding through dirt tracks
Person on snowmobile riding through snowy trail
Person paddling in white water rapids
Three individuals backpacking across a yellow, grassy plain

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