NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Amid incoming storms to the Nashville area, National Weather Service officials have confirmed that the NOAA Weather Radio is currently down.

Krissy Hurley with NWS told News 2 crews worked on the issue all weekend and they hope to have it back up soon.

According to Hurley, a technician from Little Rock is scheduled to work on the transmitter Wednesday, Jan. 4, at which time NWS will be able to determine what exactly went wrong with it and have a better estimation of when it will be back up and running.

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