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Summit County Skywarn's Operatiing Frequencies have changed!
It is with a great pride that we make this announcement: As of
Jan 1 2014 our Skywarn operations have moved to the Cuyahoga
Falls Amateur Radio Club’s repeater (W8VPV 147.270) with the
backup repeater being moved to Akron University Radio Club’s
(W8UPD 145.170).This is just the beginning of several phases...
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Our Mission Statement

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Summit County Skywarn is committed to
assisting the National Weather Service (Cleveland) by
gathering severe weather "ground truth" observations and
reports, utilizing amateur radio and all other means
necessary to obtain accurate and timely information in
Summit County, Ohio and supplying this information to
the National Weather Service.



Sumsky's Hot History Links

2014
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Here is a recap of what
we accomplished in 2013 and a look at where
we're headed in 2014.

1993

Shortly after the first Sumsky Team formed, we learned of the forming of the "NWS Steering Committee" to help direct and guide the local skywarn program. We were offered a seat and joined them in the spring.

2001

In the Spring, the chairman of the team stepped down. Pat Morrow N8OQP stepped into the chairman's role and Marty Copfer KC8NOV came on board as co-chair. That year we also found a new home for the nets on the 147.135 repeater.

2004

In the spring the Sumsky Team decided there was a need to be recognized by one callsign. We applied
for a club call and were
awarded K8SCS on
July 20th 2004