What Channel Is The Weather Channel On Spectrum

by Mark Chen | Updated 9/30/22

The Weather Channel on Spectrum is on multiple and different channels depending on your state and city.

We looked at the major cities Spectrum offers their services to find out what channels you can watch the Weather Channel where you live.

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Comprehensive Channel List

You can watch the Weather Channel on Spectrum on the following channels:

Spectrum Weather Channel List

Location
Channel
Los Angeles39, 211
San Diego46, 211
Anaheim37, 211
Long Beach46, 746
Bakersfield85, 1085
Reno24, 789
Corpus Christi99, 211
San Antonio36, 211
Austin45, 211
El Paso30, 211
Dallas95, 763
Birmingham40, 328
Montgomery31, 797
Lexington17, 430
Louisville3, 430
Charlotte41, 211
Durham42, 211
Raleigh42, 211
Indianapolis28, 328
Milwaukee64, 370
Kansas City31, 211
Columbus18, 430
Cincinnati41, 370
Cleveland41, 370
New York93, 211
Albany23, 211
Buffalo37, 211

Spectrum Weather Channel (NY, NC, KS)

The Weather Channel is on Channel 211 on Spectrum for customers in New York.

You can also watch the Weather Channel on 93 in Manhattan, 23 in Albany, and 37 in Buffalo.

In North Carolina, the Weather Channel is also on Channel 211.

It’s also on Channel 42 in Durham and Raleigh and on Channel 41 in Charlotte.

Kansas City has similar channel numbers.  The right channels to watch the Weather Channel there are channels 31 and 211.

spectrum weather channel

Weather Channel On Spectrum in Texas

For most of Texas, you can watch the Weather Channel on Spectrum on Channel 211.

That’s the place to go for the cities of Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Austin, and El Paso.

There are also lower number channels for these cities where you can watch the weather channel.

Check them out below

Corpus Christi: 99, 211
San Antonio: 36, 211
Austin: 34, 211
El Paso: 30, 211

Austin is a bit different.

To watch the Weather Channel there, you need to go to channels 95 or 763.

Where To Watch In Ohio and Kentucky

You can watch the Weather Channel in Cincinnati and Cleveland on channels 41, 370, and 1370.

For people who live in Columbus Ohio, the right channel numbers are 18 and 430.

In Lexington and Louisville, 430 is the right number to watch the Weather Channel on Spectrum.

However, you can also watch the Weather Channel on Channel 17 in Lexington and Channel 31 in Louisville.

California Spectrum Weather Channel List

In much of California, the correct channel for the Weather Channel on Spectrum is Channel 211.

This will work for the cities of Los Angeles, San Diego, and Anaheim.  211 is a secondary channel and there are lowered numbered channels where you can watch the Weather Channel in those cities as well.

These channels include 39 in Los Angeles, 46 in San Diego, and 37 in Anaheim.

Long Beach and Bakersfield took a different path.

To watch in Long Beach, go to channels 46 or 746 while in Bakersfield you need to go to channels 85 or 1085.

Other Places To Watch

For many of the other cities in the US, there doesn’t seem to be any logic to what channel the Weather Channel is on.

For instance, the Weather Channel is on channels 40, 328, and 1328 in Birmingham and Channels 31 and 797 in Montgomery.

In Indianapolis, it’s on 28, 328, and 1328 while in Milwaukee it’s on 64, 370, and 1370.

They just put it on whatever channels they had left available at this point.

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About the author

Mark Chen is the founder and CEO of BillSmart. As a 5 year veteran of the bill negotiation space, he's saved Americans $25mm+ on their phone and cable bills. In his free time he enjoys photography and half marathons.