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WWG91 - Sheboygan All Hazards
City of license Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Broadcast area Sheboygan County
Manitowoc County
northern Ozaukee County
northeastern Washington County
western Fond du Lac County
southern Calumet County
Branding NOAA All Hazards Radio
Slogan The Voice Of The National Weather Service
Frequency 162.525 MHz
First air date 2000
Format Weather/Civil Emergency
Language(s) English
Power 200 Watts
HAAT 239 meters
Class C
Owner NOAA/National Weather Service
Website [1]

WWG91 (sometimes referred to as Sheboygan All Hazards) is a NOAA Weather Radio station that serves Sheboygan and Manitowoc-Two Rivers, Wisconsin, broadcasting at 162.525 MHz (Channel 6 on most S.A.M.E-equipped and current model weather radios). The station is programmed out of the Milwaukee National Weather Service forecast office in Sullivan, Wisconsin and transmits from a site along the west Interstate 43 frontage road north of Superior Avenue in the Town of Sheboygan on a tower utilized by many of the city's FM religious translator stations. The station also serves the northern unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest and the adjacent waters of Lake Michigan.

Weather and hazard information is broadcast by WWG91 pertaining to the following counties:

External links

  • NOAA Weather Radio Wisconsin County Listing
  • WWG91 informational page on

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