These DCPs are actively transmitting and are not defined in HADS. The meta-data presented here was provided by the owner/operator to the NESDIS DADDS system and may be inaccurate or outdated. Please confirm with the owner/operator before requesting the DCP be added to HADS. To request that a site be added to HADS, please provide the NESDIS ID and a valid NWSLI in an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. If a DCP in this list is not wanted, advise the HADS team to remove it from this list.
The listed 8 character GOES identifier is a link to a web page that presents the data point location.
The site meta-data that accompanies each 8 character NESDIS identifier has been extracted from the NESDIS DADDS database and represents exactly what the owner/operator of the DCP has provided to DADDS. This is the information that we typically use in order to add a new site to HADS.
The site locations are sorted and presented on a state-by-state basis. Also presented when available, is the site's location description, latitude, longitude, SHEF code indicators and the Julian date of the meta-data. This Julian date entry is important, since its age may help determine the validity of the entry.
Please review this page and determine if data from a listed site is needed for your office's activities. Upon requests from the appropriate NWS office, we will add these new sites to the HADS network. With each request to add a site, please provide the appropriate NWSLI for this 'new' site....and if possible verify the information provided by the owner. We will also attempt to verify the site location before adding it to the network.
This NEWDCP page is updated twice daily in the morning and afternoon.
Owner NESDIS Xmit Julian Agency Id. Interval St. Location Description Lat. Long. DCP Type SHEF Code Indicators Date of PDT