How are you streaming NOAA Weather Radio over the Internet?
You may have listened to an internet radio station or streaming audio before... this is the same technology I use to stream local weather radio broadcasts over the Internet. A standard Uniden Bearcat scanner, tuned to 162.550MHz, is connected by a 3.5mm headphone jack to the line-in port of a computer sound card. Free software called DarkIce is used as the "source client," which captures audio from the sound card and encodes it in MP3 format. This stream is sent to another program on the computer called Icecast, which is a web server for audio streams. The server relays the audio stream to every client that connects to it.
Another popular streaming server is SHOUTcast, from the developers of Winamp.