Weather Radio for British Columbia

Keep up up with the changing British Columbia weather with your own portable weather band radio sometimes called a scientific weather radio. We have looked around for economical great quality weather radios - our recommendation this year are listed below.

Below you will also find the weather band frequencies as published for BC. On a side note 90 percent of Canadians live within range of a weather radio transmitter. And should be able to receive these broadcasts. We have also resourced the latest is weather stations for home .


Buy!
Oregon Scientific Emergency Portable Weather Radio - WR601

Don't leave home without your Portable Weather Alert Radio! This Public Alert Radio provides emergency alerts when traveling, boating, hiking or working outdoors. With the non-volatile memory built-in, no need to reprogram your SAME codes when the batteries run out!

  • Emergency weather radio
  • Monitors Emergency All Hazards, and Emergency Alert System (EAS)
    weather bulletins, warnings, & forecasts
  • Receives all National Oceanic & Atmospheric Association (NOAA) reports
  • Which provides all available emergency advisories on tornadoes, severe
    thunderstorms, floods, evacuations, civil danger warnings & more
  • Flexible programming: select Specific Area Message Encoding (SAME)
    broadcasts in up to 6 different counties
  • 100 Decibel audio alarm with visual alert signal
  • 3 Levels of NOAA messages: Statement, Watch, Warning
  • Non Volatile Memory Back-up
  • Dual alarm with snooze function
  • Includes convenient stand (to hold unit) and AC Adapter
  • Overall Dimensions: 5.25" H x 2.75" W x 1.25" D

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Buy!
Oregon Scientific Rechargable Emergency Public Alert Radio - WR602

This Rechargeable Emergency Public Alert Radio helps you to stay safe, stay informed and stay prepared. Having an emergency public alert radio in your home keeps your family informed of civil and weather disasters at all times. Transmits warnings such as Amber Alert, Tornado, Flash Flood and Civil Emergencies. It is conveniently portable with rechargeable batteries for travel and is easy setup anywhere in America and Canada.

  • Emergency public alert radio
  • Monitors Emergency All Hazards, and Emergency Alert System (EAS)
  • weather bulletins, warnings, & forecasts

  • Receives all National Oceanic & Atmospheric Association (NOAA) reports
  • Select Specific Area Message Encoding (SAME) broadcasts in up to 9 different
    locations
  • Manual and automatic channel select
  • 3 Levels of messages: statement, watch, warning
  • Test in English, French, or Spanish
  • Signal strength icon with signal loss reminder
  • Clock with alarm
  • Programs up to 9 FIPS codes
  • Modes for both home and travel use
  • Includes rechargeable Ni-MH battery pack, belt clip, and charging dock
  • Overall Dimensions: 5.25"H x 2.25" W x 1.25" D

Weather Radio frequencies available in British Columbia

Aldergrove 162.550 MHz
Castlegar 162.550 MHz
Cranbrook 162.400 MHz
Fort Nelson (FM) 99.3 MHz
Kamloops 162.400 MHz
Kamloops (FM) 101.9 MHz
Kelowna 162.550 MHz
Penticton 162.475 MHz
Port Hardy (FM) 103.7 MHz

Prince George 162.400 MHz
Revelstoke 162.400 MHz
Revelstoke (AM) 1580 kHz
Sicamous 162.400 MHz
Sicamous (AM) 1260 kHz
Ucluelet 162.525 MHz
Ucluelet-Pacific Rim Park (AM) 1260 kHz
Vancouver-Victoria 162.400 MHz
Vernon 162.475 MHz

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