(1 of 8) * WHAT...Dangerously hot conditions with daytime temperatures reaching the upper 90s to lower 100s. Far inland temperatures may reach 108 degrees. Overnight temperatures will be warm and in the 60s and 70s. * WHERE...East Bay Interior Valleys, Eastern Santa Clara Hills, East Bay Hills, Santa Lucia Mountains and Los Padres National Forest and Mountains of San Benito and Interior Monterey County including Pinnacles National Park. * WHEN...Until 11 PM PDT Wednesday. * IMPACTS...Extreme heat will significantly increase the potential for heat related illnesses, particularly for those working or participating in outdoor activities. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Although high temperatures will decrease on Wednesday, lingering heat inland will contribute to a continuing risk of heat related illnesses for sensitive populations, including, children, the elderly, pregnant women, and people who work or live outdoors without adequate shelter. (2 of 8) The National Weather Service in Medford has issued a Fire Weather Watch, which is in effect from Thursday afternoon through Thursday evening. * IMPACTS...For Wednesday, lightning on dry fuels will increase the risk of new fire starts. Additionally, gusty outflow winds will allow for new and existing fires to grow rapidly. For Thursday, combined strong winds and low relative humidity can lead to rapid growth and spread of new and existing fires. * AFFECTED AREA...For Wednesday, in California...Eastern fire weather zone 285 and in Oregon...fire weather zone 625. For Thursday, nearly all of fire weather zones 285 and 625. * WEDNESDAY THUNDERSTORMS...Isolated to scattered thunderstorms with very little precipitation in the afternoon and evening. Lightning strikes outside of precipitation cores are possible. Strong, gusty outflow winds of 50 to 60 mph are possible in any of the stronger storms. * THURSDAY WIND...Southwest 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 40 mph. * THURSDAY MINIMUM HUMIDITY...10 to 15 percent. * DETAILED URL...View the hazard area in detail at https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/map/?wfo=mfr (3 of 8) * WHAT...Dangerously hot conditions with high temperatures of 100 to 106F. Low temperatures in the mid 70s to lower 80s. * WHERE...Apple and Lucerne Valleys. * WHEN...Until 10 PM PDT Thursday. * IMPACTS...Heat related illnesses increase significantly during extreme heat events. (4 of 8) * WHAT...Dangerously hot conditions with high temperatures of 111 to 117F. Low temperatures in the mid 80s to around 90. Warmest day is Thursday. * WHERE...Coachella Valley and San Diego County Deserts. * WHEN...Until 10 PM PDT Thursday. * IMPACTS...Heat related illnesses increase significantly during extreme heat events. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Moderate to locally major heatrisk. (5 of 8) * WHAT...Dangerously hot conditions with high temperatures of 100 to 109F. Low temperatures in the 80s. Hottest day is Thursday. * WHERE...San Gorgonio Pass Near Banning. * WHEN...Until 10 PM PDT Thursday. * IMPACTS...Heat related illnesses increase significantly during extreme heat events. (6 of 8) * WHAT...Long duration of dangerously hot conditions with high temperatures of 100 to 110 common. Warm overnight conditions with low temperatures of 72 to 82 common. * WHERE...A portion of southwest California. * WHEN...Until 10 PM PDT Thursday. * IMPACTS...There is a high risk for dangerous heat illness for anyone, especially for the very young, the very old, those without air conditioning, and those active outdoors. (7 of 8) * WHAT...Dangerously hot and muggy conditions. Temperatures in the Las Vegas Valley, Mesquite and Moapa Valley 110 to 115. Eastern Mojave Desert, including Baker 112 to 117. * WHERE...In California, Eastern Mojave Desert. In Nevada, Las Vegas Valley, Northeast Clark County, and Southern Clark County. * WHEN...Until 11 PM PDT Wednesday. * IMPACTS...Heat-related illnesses increase significantly during extreme heat events. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Hot temperatures overnight will mean little relief from the daytime heat, especially in the Las Vegas Valley, where low temperatures may not fall below 90 degrees. Afternoon high temperatures will feel more oppressive than experienced a few weeks ago due to the increase in humidity. (8 of 8) * WHAT...Dangerously hot and muggy conditions. Temperatures in the Western Mojave Desert, and Pahrump will range from 110 to 115. Death Valley National Park can expect temperatures 120 to 125. * WHERE...In California, Death Valley National Park and Western Mojave Desert. In Nevada, Western Clark and Southern Nye County. * WHEN...Until 11 PM PDT Wednesday. * IMPACTS...Heat-related illnesses increase significantly during extreme heat events. * ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Hot temperatures overnight will mean little relief from the daytime heat, especially in Death Valley where low temperatures may not fall below 100 degrees. Afternoon high temperatures will feel more oppressive than experienced a few weeks ago due to the increase in humidity.
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San Miguel Mtn. Amateur Radio Repeaters

San Miguel Mtn. California Amateur Radio Repeaters

2 REPEATERS FOUND AT OR NEAR SAN MIGUEL MTN.



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Frequency Offset Tone Up / Down Location County Call Use Modes Operational status
447.5800 -5 MHz 107.2 / 107.2 San Miguel Mtn. San Diego K6KTA OPEN FM ON-AIR
927.1625 -25 MHz NAC San Miguel Mtn. San Diego AA4CD OPEN AllStar P-25 ON-AIR

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