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NOUS41 KWBC 111955

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Public Information Statement, Comment Request

National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC

355 PM EST Mon Jan 11 2015

To: Subscribers

-Family of Services Subscribers

-NOAA Weather Wire Service

-Emergency Managers Weather Information Network

-NOAAPort

Other NWS Customers, Partners, and Employees

From: William Bauman

Chief, Aviation and Space Weather Services Branch

Subject: Implementation of the Experimental Graphical

Forecasts for Aviation, effective January 11, 2016

Effective January 11, 2016, 2100 Coordinated Universal Time

(UTC), the NWS Aviation Weather Center (AWC) in Kansas City,
MO,

will begin issuing the Experimental Graphical Forecasts for

Aviation at:

http://new.aviationweather.gov/areafcst

The Experimental Graphical Forecasts for Aviation are
designed

to provide meteorological information equivalent to the
textual

Area Forecast (FA) in a graphical format, as requested by the

FAA. This product includes observations and forecasts valid
for

the continental United States that provide data critical for

aviation safety, overlaid on high-resolution basemaps. FAs
for

Hawaii, Alaska, the Caribbean, and Gulf of Mexico will not be

affected at this time.

Observational data in the Experimental Graphical Forecasts
for

Aviation are time synchronized and available by the hour for
the

current time and the previous 6 hours. Hourly model data is

available up to 15 hours in the future. Wind, icing and

turbulence forecasts are available in 3,000 ft. increments
from

the surface up to 18,000 ft. MSL, and in 6,000 ft. increments

from 18,000 MSL to FL420 (42,000 ft. MSL). Turbulence
forecasts

are also broken into LO (below 18,000 MSL) and HI (above
18,000

MSL) graphics. A maximum icing graphic and maximum wind
velocity

graphic (regardless of altitude) are also available.

Data including Observations/Warnings, Thunderstorms, Clouds,

Flight Category (Ceiling and Visibility), Precipitation,
Icing,

Turbulence, and Winds are available in this product. These
data

are combined into categories that the user can select from
the

top level ?Weather? menu. Details of each category can be
found

in the Product Description Document (PDD):

http://products.weather.gov/PDD/GFA_PDD.pdf

The Experimental Graphical Forecasts for Aviation were
created

in response to a formal request by the FAA to discontinue

production of the textual Area Forecasts (FAs). Requirements
for

the underlying meteorological information in the FA have not

changed. The FAA recognizes that given modern advances within

NWS, the legacy text FA is no longer the best source of
enroute

flight planning weather information. The FAA, pursuant to
Title

49 United States Code Section 44720, established requirements

for this weather information and service, which is necessary
for

the safe and efficient conduct of operations in the National

Airspace System (NAS).

Based on comments received by FAA and NWS on this proposed

change, NWS plans to discontinue production of FAs once the

Experimental Graphical Forecasts for Aviation product is

approved as operational and when all concerns identified
within

submitted comments have been addressed. Formal public

notification will be provided in advance of the action to

discontinue the FAs.

Additional information on the Experimental Graphical
Forecasts

for Aviation can be found at:

http://new.aviationweather.gov/areafcst/

Comments will be accepted through April 11, 2016, on proposed

operational implementation of the Graphical Forecasts for

Aviation as a replacement for existing text FAs, via the

following electronic survey:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=GRAFS

If you have any questions regarding the experimental
Graphical

Forecasts for Aviation, contact:

Mike Bettwy

Warning Coordination Meteorologist

Aviation Weather Center

Kansas City, MO 64153

816-584-7239

Mike.Bettwy@noaa.gov

National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notif.htm

NNNN

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WSR-88D Radar Outage Notification / Free Text Message


NOUS63 KGRR 051608
FTMGRR
Message Date: Jan 05 2016 16:09:16

WFO GRR RADAR IS OPERATIONAL AS OF 1600Z.



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WSR-88D Radar Outage Notification / Free Text Message


NOUS63 KGRR 051518
FTMGRR
Message Date: Jan 05 2016 15:23:19

KGRR RADAR WILL BE DOWN FOR ROUTINE MAINTENANCE UNTIL APPROXIMATELY 11 AM EST.



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Public Information Statement


NOUS41 KWBC 101612

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Public Information Statement, Comments Sought

National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC

1113 AM EST Fri Jan 10 2014

To: Subscribers:

-Family of Services

-NOAA Weather Wire Service

-Emergency Managers Weather Information Network

-NOAAPORT

Other NWS Partners, Users and Employees

FROM: Cyndie Abelman

Chief, Aviation Services Branch

SUBJECT: Soliciting Comments on the NWS Experimental Wind

Compression Decision Support Graphic at the

Fort Worth, TX, CWSU (ZFW) from January 10 through

October 1, 2014

Effective Friday, January 10, 2014, at 1700 Coordinated

Universal Time (UTC) through October 1, 2014, a compression

decision support graphic will be posted to the CWSU ZFW web

portal. Aircraft traffic compression occurs when aircraft

flying Standard Terminal Arrivals (STARS), following one

behind the other, lose adequate horizontal separation from

each other. The conditions that create this situation are

usually a rapid change in wind direction and speed with

respect to altitude and between the two aircraft.

Traffic compression can occur when an aircraft, during
descent,

transitions from a tailwind, or a weak headwind, to a
stronger

headwind over a small change in altitude. This change could
also

occur with a heading change of the aircraft during its
approach.

The Fort Worth CWSU (ZFW) has experimented with this product
for

several years with favorable results. At the end of the
comment

period, the Experimental Wind Compression Decision Support

Graphic will be evaluated for national availability.

The experimental decision support graphic customers include

personnel at the Air Traffic Control System Command Center

(ATCSCC), FAA ARTCC Traffic Management Unit, TRACON, airline

dispatchers, flight service specialists, CWSU meteorologists,

airlines and pilots. This experimental product is posted at:

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/images/rtimages/zfw/DFW_Compression.png

NWS is seeking comments through through October 1, 2014.

Your feedback on this product is greatly appreciated. Please

complete the survey at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=WCDSG

For more information concerning the ZFW compression decision

support experimental graphic, please contact:

Tom Amis

National Weather Service

Center Weather Service Unit

Fort Worth, TX 76155

817-858-7523

thomas.amis@noaa.gov

Public Information Statements are online at:

http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm


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Public Information Statement


NOUS41 KWBC 051515

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Public Information Notice

National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC

1015 AM EST Wed Feb 5 2014

To: Subscribers

-Family of Services

-NOAA Weather Wire Service

-Emergency Managers Weather Information Network

-NOAAPORT

Other NWS partners and NWS employees

From: Eli Jacks

Chief, Fire and Public Weather Services Branch

Subject: Soliciting Comments until September 3, 2014, on the

Experimental Graphical Weather Review Webpage from the

NWS Corpus Christi, Texas, Weather Forecast Office

NWS is accepting comments until September 3, 2014, on the

Experimental Graphical Weather Review Webpage from the Corpus

Christi (CRP), Texas, Weather Forecast Office (WFO).

www.nws.noaa.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=GWRWCRP

WFO CRP will produce daily high temperature, daily low

temperature, and daily rainfall PNG graphics and KMZ files
for

the South Texas region:

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/crp/graphicalweather.php

The raw data used in these PNG graphics and KMZ files comes
from

official WFO CRP text products:

Miscellaneous Hydrologic Data Report (RRMCRP)

Temperature and Precipitation Summary for South Texas
(RTPCRP)

COCRAHS Precipitation Summary (LCOCRP)

The rainfall shapefile

http://water.weather.gov/precip/download.php

from the national Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service
(AHPS)

is used in the generation of the daily rainfall graphics and
KMZ

files.

The raw data is merged with various geographical features, as

well as customized color tables, to produce the PNG graphics
and

KMZ files.

The current rainfall PNG graphic and KMZ files are available

daily at approximately 1800 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

Users may also retrieve past temperature and rainfall files

using the calendar feature at the top of the webpage.

More detailed information is available in the product

Description Document (PDD) on line at:

http://products.weather.gov/viewliste.php

For more information, please contact:

Mike Buchanan

National Weather Service

Corpus Christi, TX 78406

361-299-1354 ext. 224

mike.buchanan@noaa.gov

National Public Information Notices are online at:

http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm


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Public Information Statement


NOUS41 KWBC 101549

PNSWSH

Public Information Notice

National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC

1050 AM EST Mon Feb 10 2014

To: Subscribers

-Family of Services

-NOAA Weather Wire Service

-Emergency Managers Weather Information Network

-NOAAPORT

Other NWS partners and NWS employees

From: Eli Jacks

Chief, Fire and Public Weather Services Branch

Subject: Soliciting Comments until January 1, 2015, on the

Experimental Hazardous Weather Outlook Briefing Package

from the WFO Kansas City/Pleasant Hill, MO

NWS is accepting comments until January 1, 2015, on the

Experimental Hazardous Weather Outlook Briefing (HWOB)
Package

being tested by the NWS Kansas City/Pleasant Hill (EAX), MO,

Weather Forecast Office (WFO).

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=HWOB

WFO EAX will produce a daily PDF document containing the

traditional hazardous weather outlook text along with
additional

descriptive graphics, hyperlinks, and other dynamic content.
The

product will apply to northwest Missouri into central
Missouri

and far eastern Kansas:

http://www.crh.noaa.gov/images/fxc/eax/em1/EAX-EMBriefing1.pdf

The legacy Hazardous Weather Outlook will continue to be
produced

three times per day and will contain a hyperlink to the

Experimental HWOB package.

More detailed information is available in the product
Description

Document (PDD) online at:

http://products.weather.gov/viewliste.php

For more information, please contact:

Andy Bailey

National Weather Service

Kansas City/Pleasant Hill Forecast Office

Pleasant Hill, MO 64080

816-540-5147

andy.bailey@noaa.gov

National Public Information Notices are online at:

http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm


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Public Information Statement


NOUS41 KWBC 281847

PNSWSH

Public Information Statement, Comments Requested

National Weather Service Headquarters Washington, DC

145 PM EST Fri Feb 28 2014

To: Subscribers:

-Family of Services

-NOAA Weather Wire Service

-Emergency Managers Weather Information Network

-NOAAPort

Other NWS Partners, Users and Employees

From: Mark Tew

Chief, Marine and Coastal Weather Services Branch

Subject: Extending the Comment Period for the Beach Hazards

Statement Through December 31, 2014

NWS has extended the comment period on its experimental Beach

Hazards Statement through December 31, 2014. The current test

offices (Table 1) will continue to test the Beach Hazards

Statement using the two options (described below) from 2013.

Tables 2 and 3 indicate which option offices are testing. For

information on last year’s test, refer to Service Change
Notice

13-33:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notification/scn13-33bhs_expansion.htm

The Beach Hazard Statement provides beachgoers and local

authorities with significant information related to hazards,

actual or potential, which do not meet NWS Advisory or
Warning

criteria. This includes, but are not limited to:

- Dangerous currents in the surf zone

- Unusual surf/wave conditions not meeting advisory criteria

- Unusual water temperatures

- Unusual weather conditions along the beach that do not meet

advisory criteria

Rip Current Statements inform beachgoers of the potential and

risk level for rip currents.

Coastal Flood Statements inform beachgoers about minor
flooding

along the coast that does not meet advisory criteria.

Option 1: Use Valid Time Event Code (VTEC) BH.S instead of
all

of the following VTEC codes: CF.S (Coastal Flood Statement),
LS.S

(Lakeshore Flood Statement) and RP.S (Rip Current Statement).

Option 2: Use VTEC RP.S for rip currents, VTEC CF.S for minor

coastal flooding, and VTEC BH.S for other beach and surf zone

hazards.

There are no new VTEC codes for the continuation of this
test.

Users do not need to make any adjustments to their systems.

Table 1: Communication identifiers for 16 NWS offices testing

Beach Hazard Statements which were effective May 20, 2013:

Issuing WFO WMO Header AWIPS Id

----------- ----------- --------

Newport/Morehead City, NC WHUS42 KMHX CFWMHX

Wakefield, VA WHUS41 KAKQ CFWAKQ

New Orleans/Baton Rouge, LA WHUS44 KLIX CFWLIX

Tampa Bay Area, FL WHUS42 KTBW CFWTBW

Miami, FL WHUS42 KMFL CFWMFL

Key West, FL WHUS42 KKEY CFWKEY

Corpus Christi, TX WHUS44 KCRP CFWCRP

Grand Rapids, MI WHUS43 KGRR CFWGRR

Marquette, MI WHUS43 KMQT CFWMQT

Gaylord, MI WHUS43 KAPX CFWAPX

Northern Indiana, IN WHUS43 KIWX CFWIWX

Chicago, IL WHUS43 KLOT CFWLOT

Seattle, WA WHUS56 KSEW CFWSEW

San Francisco Bay Area, CA WHUS46 KMTR CFWMTR

Los Angeles/Oxnard, CA WHUS46 KLOX CFWLOX

San Diego, CA WHUS46 KSGX CFWSGX

Table 2: WFOs testing Option 1 in 2014:

Issuing WFO:

-----------

Grand Rapids, MI

Marquette, MI

Gaylord, MI

Northern Indiana, IN

Chicago, IL

Seattle, WA

San Francisco Bay Area, CA

Los Angeles/Oxnard, CA

San Diego, CA

Newport/Morehead City, NC*

Wakefield, VA*

*: WFOs Newport/Morehead City, NC and Wakefield, VA will use
the

Coastal Flood Statement (VTEC CF.S) for minor flooding and
the

Beach Hazards Statement (VTEC BH.S) for all other beach and
surf

zone related hazards, including rip currents. These WFOs will
not

use the Rip Current Statement (VTEC RP.S).

Table 3: WFOs testing Option 2 this season.

Issuing WFO:

New Orleans/Baton Rouge, LA

Tampa Bay Area, FL

Miami, FL

Key West, FL

Corpus Christi, TX

Other coastal NWS offices not participating in this test will

continue using the CF.S, LS.S, and RP.S codes. This test of

the Beach Hazards Statement will continue until further
notice

unless significant negative feedback is received.

Some of the test offices (Table 4) have collaborated with
other

agencies to include specific ecological hazards in the Beach

Hazards Statement.

Table 4. WFOs including information on specific ecological

hazards in the BHS this season:

Issuing WFO Ecological Hazards in BHS

-------- ------------------------------

San Francisco Bay Area, CA Bacteria in water (issued only

when beaches are closed for

dangerous bacteria levels)

Tampa Bay Area, FL Harmful Algal Bloom (Issued only

when there is a high risk of

respiratory impacts)

WFOs Miami and Key West, FL, are in the process of developing

policies to issue Harmful Algal Bloom information in the
Beach

Hazards Statement. An updated Service Change Notice will be

issued when those offices will begin issuing Harmful Algal
Bloom

information in the Beach Hazards Statement.

Below are links to examples of the BHS

BHS issued for Florida Red Tide

Dangerous Swimming Conditions

www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notification/mc/dangerous_swimming.pdf

Rip Currents and High Water Levels

www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notification/mc/rip_currents_hwl.pdf

Minor Coastal Flooding and Rip Currents

www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notification/mc/minor_coast_flood_rip.pdf

Minor Tidal Overflow

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notification/mc/minor_tidal.pdf

High Waves and Shoreline Currents

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notification/mc/high_waves.pdf

On the NWS Watch, Warning Advisory map

http://www.weather.gov

and local Weather Forecast Office webpages, the Beach Hazards

Statement and Rip Current Statement are color-coded in
turquoise

and the Coastal Flood Statement is color-coded in olive drab.

Users are encouraged to provide feedback by using the brief

survey and comment form online at:

www.weather.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=CHMBHS

For information on beach hazards safety and awareness please

refer to the Beach Hazards and Safety website at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/beachhazards/

General background information on VTEC can be found online
at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/vtec

If you have questions or comments please contact:

David Soroka

National Marine Program Leader

Silver Spring, MD 20910

301-713-1677 ext. 111

David.Soroka@noaa.gov

NWS Service Change Notices are online at:

http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm


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Public Information Statement


NOUS41 KWBC 131948

PNSWSH

Public Information Statement, Comment Request

National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC

350 PM EDT Thu Mar 13 2014

To: Subscribers:

-Family of Services

-NOAA Weather Wire Service

-Emergency Managers Weather Information Network

-NOAAPort

Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

From: Eli Jacks

Chief, Fire and Public Weather Services Branch

Subject: Soliciting Comments until November 4, 2014, on

Expanded Experimental Impact Based Warnings

NWS is accepting comments beginning Tuesday, March 25, 2014,
and

continuing through November 4, 2014, on an expansion of its

Experimental Impact Based Warnings. All 38 NWS Central Region

(CR) Weather Forecast Offices (WFOs), 5 NWS Southern Region
WFOs

(Norman, OK; Tulsa, OK; Jackson, MS; Lubbock, TX and San
Angelo,

TX); 1 NWS Eastern Region WFO (Blacksburg, VA); and 2 NWS
Western

Region WFOs (Great Falls, MT and Glasgow, MT) will issue
enhanced

convective warnings.

This is an expansion of the NWS CR Experimental Impact Based

Warning demonstration in 2012 and 2013:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notification/pns13ibw.txt

Based on feedback from the CR 2013 Experimental Impact Based

Warnings, the 2014 demonstration will include some changes.
The

most significant change for the 2014 national experiment is
that

the impact statements for "CONSIDERABLE" and "CATASTROPHIC"
serve

as markers of confidence of tornado occurrence, with both

reflecting an "elevated tier" of tornado damage and risk. The

term "CATASTROPHIC" will only be used when a tornado is
actually

striking a community.

Severe Thunderstorm Warning (SVR), Tornado Warning (TOR) and

Severe Weather Statement (SVS) products will be stratified
into

categories distinguishing extreme cases from base convective

warnings. Additional enhanced wording will be included to
convey

information about associated impacts, specific hazards
expected,

and recommended actions, both within the bullet statements
and as

part of the tag line codes.

Additional information and product examples are online at:

http://www.weather.gov/impacts

A Product Description Document (PDD) outlining the products
is

online at:

http://products.weather.gov/viewliste.php

Please submit comments to:

http://www.weather.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=IBW

Based on demonstration results, the Impact Based Warnings are

being considered for implementation on a national basis.
After

the experimental period is completed and the comment period

closes, NWS will evaluate all comments to determine whether
to

implement the Experimental Impact based warnings as
operational

products.

For more information, please contact:

John Ferree

NWS Severe Storms Services

Norman, OK 73072

john.t.ferree@noaa.gov

405-325-2209

National Public Information Notices are online at:

http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm


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Public Information Statement


NOUS41 KWBC 191219 CCA

PNSWSH

Public Information Notice, Comment Request: Corrected

National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC

815 AM EDT Wed Mar 19 2014

To: Subscribers:

-Family of Services

-NOAA Weather Wire Service

-Emergency Managers Weather Information Network

-NOAAPORT

Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

From: Eli Jacks

Chief, Fire and Public Weather Services Branch

Subject: Corrected - Soliciting Comments until July 30, 2014,

on the Experimental Model Spread/Spectrum

Corrected to specify only those CONUS WFOs depicted on the

experimental Enhanced Data Display web site are participating
in

this phase of the experimental Model Spread/Spectrum.

The NWS is accepting comments until July 30, 2014, on the

experimental Model Spread/Spectrum.

The experimental Model Spread/Spectrum provides a more
complete

picture of the weather forecast by showing the range of model

possibilities. The variability of the models is related to
the

amount of confidence in a forecast. A low model spread
generally

means higher confidence, while a large model spread implies

lower confidence. You can use this product to make a more

informed decision. There are also options to choose the NWS

forecast if you feel uncomfortable with your interpretation.

The experimental Model Spread/Spectrum is available online
only

for those CONUS Weather Forecast Offices (WFOs) depicted on
the

experimental Enhanced Data Display (EDD) at:

http://preview.weather.gov/edd

The button labeled Model Spread can be found under the Quick

Layers menu on the left hand side.

More information regarding the experimental Model

Spread/Spectrum is available online at:

http://products.weather.gov/viewliste.php

Please submit comments to the following link:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=NPQRMS

Comments will be collected until July 30, 2014. At that time,

the NWS will evaluate feedback to determine whether to

transition the Model Spread/Spectrum to operational status as
a

National Product, discontinue it, or revise and extend the

experimental feedback period.

For more information, please contact:

Jonathan Wolfe

Emergency Response Specialist

National Weather Service WFO RLX

Charleston, WV 25309

304-746-0188

Jonathan.Wolfe@noaa.gov

National Public Information Notices are online at:

http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm


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Public Information Statement


NOUS41 KWBC 201959 AAA

PNSWSH

Public Information Notice, Comment Request: Amended

National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC

400 PM EDT Thu Mar 20 2014

To: Subscribers:

-Family of Services

-NOAA Weather Wire Service

-Emergency Managers Weather Information Network

-NOAAPORT

Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

From: Edward Clark

Acting Chief, Hydrologic Services Branch

National Weather Service Headquarters

Subject: Amended: Soliciting Comments on the Experimental
River

Forecast Center Decision Support Map Through

April 1, 2015

Amended to extend comment period through April 1, 2015, and
to add two

additional participating River Forecast Centers (RFC)

NWS is seeking comments on the Experimental River Forecast
Center

Decision Support Map through April 1, 2015. The NWS West Gulf
River

Forecast Center, Arkansas Red Basin River Forecast Center,
Lower

Mississippi River Forecast Center, and the Southeast River
Forecast

Center are testing a new Hydrologic Decision Support Map
service that

melds a variety of spatial data products on the same
background map to

aide analysis and decision making.

The Hydrologic Decision Support Map is a Google Map-based
tool

containing many of the data sets needed to make water
resources,

flood, and emergency management decisions. The map tool
provides

stakeholders the flexibility to create customized maps and
the

ability to scale maps beyond a single RFC boundary.

The Decision Support Map and a description of how to use the
map

are available at:

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/wgrfc/

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/serfc/

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/abrfc/

http://www.srh.noaa.gov/lmrfc/

Users are encouraged to provide feedback on this experimental

product by using the brief survey and comment form at:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=RFCDSM

or provide comments directly to

sr-FWR.dsstool@noaa.gov

At the end of the comment period, the product will be
evaluated for

operational status as a national product.

More information on this product is online at:

http://products.weather.gov/

For questions regarding this notice, please contact:

Tracy Clark

Hydrologic Services Program Manager

NWS Southern Region Headquarters

817-978-1100 x 120

Tracy.Clark@noaa.gov

National Public Information Notices are online at:

http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm


All information obtained from the National Weather Service.

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