The Colorado Severe Weather Watch net is the leading amateur radio weather net in the state of Colorado. Focused on educating participants while serving in the public interest, we believe in collecting, analyzing and trafficking the fastest possible, real-time severe weather information while reporting severe weather as it’s occurring to help preserve life and property.
Colorado experiences many types of extreme weather: blizzards, tornadoes, destructive hail, microbursts, non-thunderstorm damaging wind events, floods, wildfires, droughts and heatwaves. You’re most likely to hear activity during tornado season, though significant large-scale winter storms or flash flooding may also warrant net activation.
All amateur radio operators throughout Colorado are encouraged to check-in and participate when the net is activated.