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Here’s How To Hear Me

June 20, 2019

There are a lot of different ways to hear the sound of my voice either on a regular basis each day or when there is severe weather threatening. So, here’s a list of every possible way you can hear where I broadcast or tweet with about weather.

Starting with me, you can find me on Twitter @wxmc. If you have weather questions for me (along with weather reports or pictures), send them to mike at whcbradio dot org. Of course, use symbols and no spaces for at and dot. Any pictures or reports can be forwarded to the National Weather Service to help them out.

On-air severe weather coverage is limited to tornado warnings. I’ll be on the air in the studios in Blountville, starting at WHCB and then rotating to the other stations. My forecasts are on the air once an hour during normal days on the following radio stations, with tweets and other information for the stations to follow:

Everything begins (as mentioned above) in the WHCB studio. That’s 91.5 FM in the Tri-Cities area. You can hear us online through our website at WHCBRadio.org. Click the Listen Live link on the top of the page. We have Twitter and Facebook as well! Forecasts air on WHCB twice an hour most hours, Monday-Friday.

Next up, there’s The Possum. It’s a country music station, found at 96.3 FM, 100.7 FM, and 870 AM. The AM signal is good across all the Tri-Cities, and well beyond, daytime hours only. 96.3 is better east of I-81, generally, and 100.7 is best west of that, both on the air 24/7. Streaming is available at 963ThePossum.com. Twitter and Facebook will provide updates as I can get to them, as for all the social media platforms. On-air forecasts are provided once an hour, Monday-Friday and most of Saturday.

Each post on this blog will post to my Twitter, the WHCB Facebook and Twitter accounts, and The Possum’s Twitter. We’re working on getting more Facebook pages linked to the blog’s automatic posts, and for Love FM as well.

If you wonder what to do when severe weather strikes, go up above and click Severe Weather Safety Rules. You’ll find everything you need to know there. Hit me up on Twitter, Facebook or email if you have questions!

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