LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – UPDATE: Thanks to quick work of repair crews, cables have been replaced and the weather transmitter is back online as of Thursday morning.
The National Weather Service in Little Rock has reported an issue with its NOAA Weather Radio station located in West Little Rock.
Technicians discovered that the phone cabling for WXJ-55 was missing at the transmitter site.
Someone may have stolen the cabling. It may take several days until they are able to get the new lines to run.
This station covers 17 counties in central Arkansas. Users who have NOAA Weather Radio not alerting them of warnings can re-program it with another station by clicking HERE.
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