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New NOAA Weather Wire Service (NWWS-2) 2015

July 2015


As of July 1, 2015, the NWS has transitioned off dual NWWS feeds. If you are not receiving alerts and warnings, please contact the NWWS Program Manager.


June 2015

 

The National Weather Service held a Partner's Webinar on NOAA Weather Wire Service discussion on Jun 24, 2015 at 12:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time (EDT);

 

June 24th, 2015 Partners Presentation


For more information please contact:

 

Gregory Zwicker, NWWS Program Manager
DST
Office of Dissemination
1325 East West Hwy SSMC-2, #3422
Silver Spring, MD 20910
gregory.zwicker@noaa.gov


May 2015

 

A National Weather Service held a Partner's Webinar on NOAA Weather Wire Service to discuss NOAA Weather Wire Service (NWWS-2), since the April 1, 2015 rollout.

 

May 20th, 2015 Partners Presentation

 


April 2015


NWWS-2 will begin operation April 2015. Users will have a 90-day transition period to switch to the new service.

March 2015:


The new NOAA Weather Wire Service (NWWS-2) is scheduled to replace the current NWWS by June 2015. The NWWS-2 Satellite interface component is complete. This is the new SBN/NOAAPORT Channel or PID 201that carries only NWWS products. The End User Client (EUC) for Channel 201 product receipt will be released for “beta” testing current satellite capability. Please e-mail Gregory.zwicker@noaa.gov to initiate the process. SBN/NOAAPORT Channels or PIDs 101-105 will continue to carry all NWWS products with other NWS products without change.

The NWWS-2 Open Interface will be released for “beta” testing later this month.

 

Dates have changed from the information listed below and do not correlate to the current level of effort. The information provided was deemed beneficial and was left for site users to access. Please contact the NWWS Program Manager if you have any questions. Thank you.