If or when Hurricane Irma interrupts electricity this weekend, you can still keep up with the latest storm information by radio.
- TRACK THE TROPICS: Storm positions, forecast models, formation potential
- CLOSINGS: Latest school, college closings | Travel closures
- SANDBAG LOCATIONS: Tampa area sandbags
Bay News 9 has partnered with Bay area radio stations so the public can remain informed.
Starting Sunday morning, you can listen to Bay News 9 on:
- 97.5 WPCV FM
- WLKF Talk 1430 AM and 96.7 FM
- MAX 98.3
- WONN AM 1230 and FM 107.1
In the immediate Bay area, Bay News 9 will be available on AM 820 News.
Also, Bay News 9 will be simulcast on WYPW Power 90.1 FM in Brandon beginning at 3 p.m. and WXJB News & Talk FM 99.9 in the Citrus/Hernando area.
Also, Bay News 9 launched a special live stream of the channel Friday for the duration of Hurricane Irma. The live stream is available to anyone, even if you are not a Spectrum cable customer. If you still have wifi access or cell phone data you will be able to watch Bay News 9:
- Click here to view the live stream on your desktop or laptop
- Click here to view the live stream on your mobile device
Spectrum has also opened up all its WiFi HotSpots throughout Florida so people can stay connected with families, friends and important emergency services. To find a HotSpot, head to the Spectrum website.
Spectrum is the parent company of Bay News 9.