Having trouble getting good reception from local public radio 91.3 FM? The problem is probably not your radio. Weather damage to the station’s transmitting antenna is most likely the culprit. “We’ve had a lot of damage, including extreme winds and heavy rains, to our broadcasting tower,” said Dr. Norman Rone, president of the nonprofit foundation that owns and operates WCPI 91.3. “Richard Myers, one of our great WCPI volunteers and also the station engineer, is working to repair the damage, but rain over the past few days has slowed that process.