Index of Technical Procedures Bulletins By Number, the Most Recent First.

Number Title Date
492. CHANGES TO THE GFDL HURRICANE FORECAST SYSTEM FOR 2002 INCLUDING IMPLEMENTATION OF 2 NESTED GRID CONFIGURATION 05-10-02
490.RUC20 - THE 20-KM VERSION OF THE RAPID UPDATE CYCLE 04-16-02
487.ETA-BASED MOS PROBABILITY OF PRECIPITATION (PoP) AND QUANTITATIVE PRECIPITATION FORECAST (QPF) GUIDANCE FOR THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES (.pdf) 04-16-02
486.ETA-BASED MOS GUIDANCE - THE 0000/1200 UTC ALPHANUMERIC MESSAGES (.pdf) 11-07-01
485.MRF-BASED MOS PRECIPITATION TYPE GUIDANCE FOR THE UNITED STATES 09-18-01
484.CHANGES TO THE 2001 NCEP OPERATIONAL MRF/AVN GLOBAL ANALYSIS/FORECAST SYSTEM:03-15-01
483.AVN-BASED MOS CEILING HEIGHT AND TOTAL SKY COVER09-18-01
482.AVN-BASED MOS GUIDANCE - THE 0000/1200 UTC ALPHANUMERIC MESSAGES09-18-01
476.AVN-BASED MOS PRECIPITATION TYPE GUIDANCE FOR THE UNITED STATES05-21-01
474.AVN-BASED MOS WIND GUIDANCE FOR THE UNITED STATES AND PUERTO RICO05-21-01
472 B.CHANGES TO THE GFDL HURRICANE FORECAST SYSTEM FOR 2001 INCLUDING IMPLEMENTATION OF THE GFDL/URI HURRICANE-OCEAN COUPLED MODEL 05-10-01
472.IMPROVEMENTS IN HURRICANE INITIALIZATION AND FORECASTING AT NCEP WITH GLOBAL AND REGIONAL (GFDL) MODELS05-31-00
470. NATIONAL RADAR REFLECTIVITY MOSAIC FROM WSR-88D RADAR CODED MESSAGES07-24-02
467.OCEAN SURFACE WIND SPEEDS RETRIEVED FROM SSM/I ON BOARD DMSP SATELLITES03-01-00
466.OCEAN SURFACE WIND VECTORS RETRIEVED FROM SATELLITE BORNE SCATTEROMETERS03-01-00
465.CHANGES TO THE NCEP MESO Eta RUNS: EXTENDED RANGE, ADDED INPUT, ADDED OUTPUT, CONVECTIVE CHANGES03-01-00
464.CHANGES TO THE NCEP REGIONAL ANALYSIS AND FORECAST SYSTEM (RAFS) 03-01-00.
463.AVN-BASED MOS GUIDANCE - THE ALPHANUMERIC MESSAGES03-30-00
462. ETA GENERATED METEOGRAMS ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB03-01-00
461.NGM-BASED STATISTICAL QUANTATIVE PRECIPITATION FORECAST GUIDANCE OF THE CONTIGUOUS UNITED STATES AND ALASKA 10-30-93
460.MRF-BASED MOS GUIDANCE - THE ALPHANUMERIC MESSAGES 09-01-01
459.WAVE FORECASTING FOR WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN AND ADJACENT WATERS08-18-99
458.HYSPLIT MODEL INFORMATION 07-12-99
457.VAFTAD MODEL IMPLEMENTATION ON THE NCEP CRAY 04-19-99
456.WAVE FORECASTING FOR ALASKA WATERS09-23-99
455.CHANGE TO THE RAPID UPDATE MODEL (RUC) ON MAY 4, 199905-4-99
454.CHANGES TO THE NCEP OPERATIONAL Eta ANALYSIS05-13-99
453.OCEAN SURFACE WAVES MODEL WAVEWATCH III 12-1-99
452.CHANGES TO THE 1999 NCEP OPERATIONAL MRF ANALYSIS/FORECAST SYSTEM01-24-00
451.CHANGE TO THE RAPID UPDATE MODEL (RUC) ON APRIL 7, 199904-7-99
450.FURTHER CHANGES TO THE 1998 NCEP OPERATIONAL MRF ANALYSIS/FORECAST SYSTEM10-5-98
449.CHANGES TO THE 1998 NCEP OPERATIONAL MRF MODEL ANALYSIS/FORECAST SYSTEM06-15-98
448.RUC-2 - THE RAPID UPDATE CYCLE VERSION 204-6-98
447 CHANGES TO THE NCEP OPERATIONAL "EARLY" ETA ANALYSIS/FORECAST SYSTEM 12-2-97
445 THE USE OF TOVS LEVEL 1-b RADIANCES AND THE REMOVAL OF SPURIOUS TROPICAL LOWS IN THE NCEP GLOBAL ANALYSIS AND FORECAST SYSTEM 12-2-97
444 IMPLEMENTATION OF THE REGIONAL SPECTRAL MODEL FORECASTS FOR HAWAII 12-2-97
443 CHANGES TO THE 1997 NCEP OPERATIONAL MRF MODEL ANALYSIS/FORECAST SYSTEM. 10-20-97
442FOUR-TIMES-DAILY RUNS OF THE AVN MODEL 10-20-97
441 CHANGES TO THE ETA FORECAST SYSTEMS. 12-2-97
440 AUTOMATED ICE CONCENTRATION ANALYSIS 10-20-97
439 NGM-BASED MOS WIND GUIDANCE FOR ALASKA 10-20-97
438 FOUS MESSAGES FROM THE EARLY ETA 10-20-97
437 AIRCRAFT ICING FORECASTS FOR THE CONTIGUOUS U.S. 10-20-97
436 EAST COAST EXTRATROPICAL STORM SURGE AND BEACH EROSION 10-20-97
435 SEA ICE DRIFT GUIDANCE 10-20-97
434 GREAT LAKES STORM SURGE GUIDANCE 10-20-97
433 GREAT LAKES WIND AND WAVE GUIDANCE 10-20-97
432 ULTRA VIOLET INDEX 10-20-97
431. NGM-BBASED MOS VISIBILITY AND OBSTRUCTION TO VISION GUIDANCE FOR THE CONTIGUOUS UNITED STATES 10-20-97
430 PROBABILITY FORECASTS OF CLEAR-AIR-TURBULENCE FOR THE CONTIGUOUS US (Abstract in HTML, Body of paper in PDF format) 02-02-96
429 THE RAPID UPDATE CYCLE PART II: VERIFICATION AND EVALUATION 07-11-95
428 CHANGES TO THE 1995 NCEP OPERATIONAL MRF MODEL ANALYSIS/FORECAST SYSTEM 09-16-95
427 THE GULF OF ALASKA REGIONAL WAVE MODEL 09-11-95
425 NGM-BASED MOS GUIDANCE FOR ALASKA - THE FOAK13/FOAK14 MESSAGES 07-06-95
424 THE GFDL MULTIPLY-NESTED MOVEABLE MESH HURRICANE MODEL 06-16-95
423 CHANGES TO THE OPERATIONAL ETA MODEL ANALYSIS/FORECAST SYSTEM 06-09-95
422 DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF SATELLITE TEMPERATURE SOUNDINGS PRODUCED INTERACTIVELY 05-30-95
421 NGM-BASED MOS PRECIPITATION TYPE FORECAST FOR THE UNITED STATES 02-10-95
420 NGM-BASED MOS SNOWFALL AMOUNT FORECAST FOR THE UNITED STATES 11-16-94
419 24-H NGM BASED PROBABILITY AND CATEGORICAL FORECASTS OF THUNDERSTORMS AND SEVERE LOCAL STORMS FOR THE CONTIGUOUS U.S. 11-15-94
418 OPERATIONAL LONG-LEAD OUTLOOKS OF SEASONAL MEAN TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION 11-22-94
417 UPGRADE OF THE GLOBAL FORECAST SYSTEM -1995 12-16-94
416 THE RAPID UPDATE CYCLE PART 1: ANALYSIS/MODEL DESCRIPTION 09-27-94
415 THE AVN-BASED STATISTICAL GUIDANCE MESSAGE 08-12-94
414 NGM-BASED MOS CEILING HEIGHT GUIDANCE FOR THE CONTIGUOUS UNITED STATES 05-08-95
413 AN INITIAL FORECAST COMPARISON OF THE ETAMODEL TO THE LIMITED-AREA FINE-MESH MODEL 11-22-94
412 THE STEP-MOUNTAIN ETA COORDINATE MODEL: 80-KM'EARLY' VERSION AND OBJECTIVE VERIFICATION 05-21-93
411 THE MRF-BASED STATISTICAL GUIDANCE MESSAGE 09-14-93
410 THE SATELLITE-DERIVED CLOUD COVER PRODUCT (SOUNDER) 11-28-94
409 NGM-BASED MOS GUIDANCE FOR THE PROBABILITY OF PRECIPITATION (POP) 07-27-93
408A UPDATED APPENDIX 03-25-94
408 NGM-BASED MOS GUIDANCE - THE FOUS14/FWCMESSAGE 09-18-92
407 NGM-BASED MOS THUNDERSTORM AND SEVERE THUNDERSTORM PROBABILITY FORECASTS FOR THE CONTIGUOUS UNITEDSTATES 02-12-93
405 OPERATIONS OF NATIONAL METEOROLOGICAL CENTER, FORECAST DIVISION, TECHNICAL SUPPORT GROUP 04-29-83
404 OPERATIONS OF NATIONAL METEOROLOGICAL CENTER, FORECAST DIVISION, AVIATION WEATHER BRANCH 04-28-83
403 OPERATIONS OF NATIONAL METEOROLOGICAL CENTER, FORECAST DIVISION, HEAVY PRECIPITATION BRANCH 05-10-83
402 OPERATIONS OF NATIONAL METEOROLOGICAL CENTER, FORECAST DIVISION, BASIC WEATHER BRANCH, MEDIUM RANGE FORECAST FUNCTION 11-29-82
401 OPERATIONS OF NATIONAL METEOROLOGICAL CENTER, FORECAST DIVISION, BASIC WEATHER BRANCH, SHORT RANGE FORECAST FUNCTION 07-26-82
400A ADDENDUM TO 400 10-20-82
400 OPERATIONS OF NATIONAL METEOROLOGICAL CENTER, FORECAST DIVISION, BASIC WEATHER BRANCH, SURFACE ANALYSIS SECTION 12-31-81
399 NGM-BASED WIND GUIDANCE FOR THE CONTIGUOUS UNITED STATES 02-12-93
397 THE TECHNIQUES DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY THREE-DIMENSIONAL TRAJECTORY MODEL 08-30-92
396 THE SPECTRAL STATISTICAL INTERPOLATION ANALYSIS SYSTEM 07-02-92
395 CHANGES TO THE LONGWAVE RADIATION SCHEME IMPLEMENTED IN THE GLOBAL FORECAST MODEL IN FEBRUARY1990 08-11-92
394 CHANGES IMPLEMENTED INTO THE GLOBAL FORECAST SYSTEM ON MARCH 6, 1991 05-26-92
393 A NEW GLOBAL SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE ANALYSIS 05-29-91
392 12-HR THUNDERSTORM PROBABILITY FORECASTS FOR ALASKA 04-22-91
391 FORECAST GUIDANCE FOR SANTA ANA CONDITIONS 04-16-91
390 COASTAL AND OFFSHORE WIND GUIDANCE 02-25-91
389 FORECASTING SNOW AMOUNTS FROM NET VERTICAL DISPLACEMENTS 10-18-90
386 LFM-BASED MOS FORECAST OF THE PROBABILITY OF PRECIPITATION (POP) 05-31-90
385 NEW SIX-HOUR THUNDERSTORM PROBABILITY FORECAST FOR KANSAS-OKLAHOMA AND THE NORTHEAST UNITED STATES 05-23-90
384 ANALYSIS CHANGES IN THE GLOBAL DATA ASSIMILATION SYSTEM ON NOVEMBER 30, 1988 10-26-90
383 CHANGES TO THE GLOBAL FORECAST MODEL ON NOVEMBER 30, 1988 11-08-89
382 OCEAN SURFACE WINDS 10-09-90
380 OPEN OCEAN FOG AND VISIBILITY FORECAST GUIDANCE SYSTEM 10-18-89
379 MODIFICATION OF THE LAND SURFACE PARAMETERIZATION PROCEDURE 10-12-88
377 THE NMC QUASI-LAGRANGIAN HURRICANE MODEL 08-10-88
375 THE SATELLITE PRECIPITATION ESTIMATION (SPE)PROGRAM OF THE SYNOPTIC ANALYSIS BRANCH OF NESDIS 05-10-88
373 TEMPERATURE CALCULATIONS IN THE NESTED GRID MODEL 09-07-87
372 CHANGING THE NORMAL MODE INITIALIZATION IN THE REGIONAL ANALYSIS AND FORECAST SYSTEM (RAFS) 10-02-87
371 UPGRADE OF THE GLOBAL FORECAST MODEL 11-25-87
370 ZERO-TO-SIX AND THREE-TO-NINE HOUR OBJECTIVE FORECASTS 05-01-87
368 IMPROVING THE HORIZONTAL RESOLUTION OF THE NESTED GRID MODEL 03-25-87
367 MODIFICATIONS TO THE REGIONAL OPTIMUM-INTERPOLATION ANALYSIS 04-03-87
366 SUPER STRUCTURE ICE ACCRETION GUIDANCE FOR ALASKAN WATERS 12-86
363 MODELING OF PHYSICAL PROCESSES IN NESTED GRID MODEL 06-30-89
362 NEW 6-H THUNDERSTORM PROBABILITY FORECASTS FOR THE WEST 06-30-86
360 SURFACE MIXING AND OCEANIC DRAG COEFFICIENT INTHE NESTED GRID MODEL 04-30-86
359 EVAPORATION OF FALLING GRID-SCALE PRECIPITATION IN THE NESTED GRID MODEL 04-28-86
358 DROUGHT SEVERITY (PALMER)INDEX 11-15-85
357 CROP MOISTURE INDEX 11-15-85
356 AUTOMATED DAYTIME MAXIMUM, NIGHTTIME MINIMUM, 3-HOURLY SURFACE TEMPERATURE, AND 3-HOURLY SURFACE DEW POINT GUIDANCE 10-10-85
355 NMC MODELS AND AUTOMATED OPERATIONS 10-16-85
354 MEDIUM RANGE FORECAST (MRF) MODELTERRAIN 09-30-85
351 SUPPLEMENT TO TPB 351 05-20-85
351 FOUS MESSAGES FROM RAFS 04-19-85
350 PRE-IMPLEMENTATION RESULTS FROM THE REGIONAL ANALYSIS AND FORECAST SYSTEM (RAFS) 03-17-85
349 NEW MEDIUM-RANGE FORECASTING MODEL 02-13-85
348 NEW SURFACE STRESS FORMULATION FOR THELFM 03-31-85
345 THE REGIONAL ANALYSIS AND FORECAST SYSTEMS(RAFS) 01-09-85
343 OPTIMUM INTERPOLATION IN THE LARGE-SCALE (OPERATIONAL) RUN 07-16-84
342 TWO TO SIX HOUR PROBABILITIES OF THUNDERSTORMS AND SEVERE LOCAL STORMS 06-20-84
341 THE SURFACE GEOSTROPHIC WIND AND VORTICITY CHART 06-15-84
340B AMENDMENT CHESAPEAKE BAY WIND AND WAVE FORECAST GUIDANCE 12-17-90
340A SUPPLEMENT TO TPB 340 06-29-84
340 CHESAPEAKE BAY WIND AND WAVE FORECAST GUIDANCE 04-05-84
338 ALASKAN CEILING HEIGHT, VISIBILITY & OBSTRUCTIONS TO VISION GUIDANCE (FMAK2 BULLETIN) 02-01-84
337 COMPUTER WORDED FORECASTS (APPENDIX) 11-21-83
336 COMPUTER WORDED FORECASTS 11-21-83
334 SUNSHINE AND SOLAR ENERGY GUIDANCE 09-15-83
333 CANADIAN DATA ON THE RADAR SUMMARYCHART 06-13-83
329 ALASKAN TEMPERATURE, SURFACE WIND, PROBABILITY OF PRECIPITATION, CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY OF FROZEN PRECIPITATION, AND CLOUD AMOUNT GUIDANCE (FMAK1 BULLETIN) 02-10-83
326 THE FOUS21 MESSAGE(FTP) 01-05-83
322 NEW VERTICAL DIFFERENCING FOR LFM MODEL 10-14-82
315 PROPOSED CHANGES IN OPERATIONAL GLOBAL ANALYSES 04-28-82
314 FORECAST OF LONG WAVES (0 THROUGH 5) 500 MB LEVEL 04-27-82
312 USE OF FORECAST DATA IN THE TROPICS & SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE 02-11-81
311 CHANGES TO SPECTRAL MODEL CONVECTIVE PRECIPITATION PARAMETERIZATION METHOD 12-01-81
310 ENERGY CONSUMPTION 11-24-81
308 OBSERVED PRECIPITABLE WATER ANOMALY VALUES 11-05-81
307 OBJECTIVE DETERMINATION OF TROPOPAUSE 10-31-81
306 MOISTURE IN LIMITED-AREA FINE MESH (LFM) MODEL 10-08-81
305 24-HOUR POP IN EXTENDED FORECASTS 10-07-81
303 THE USE OF MODEL OUTPUT STATISTICS FOR PREDICTING CEILING VISIBILITY, CLOUD AMOUNT, AND OBSTRUCTIONS 10-07-81
302 60-HOUR FORECAST FOR 4 LEVELS BY THE SPECTRAL MODEL 09-14-81
300 MORE EFFICIENT LFM BY APPLYING FOURTH ORDER OPERATORS 03-31-81
298 SATELLITE SNOW COVER ANALYSIS 03-13-81
294 SUPPLEMENT TO 294: FOUS BULLETINS 86-90 FOR ALASKA 03-23-83
292 NOTIFICATION OF STATUS OF NMC OPERATIONS ON RADAR SUMMARY CHART 11-06-80
291 COMPUTER CALCULATED SEA LEVEL PRESSURE FOR AUTOMATIC WEATHER STATIONS 11-14-80
290 GREAT LAKES COMPOSITE ICE AND SURFACE TEMPERATURE ANALYSES 10-08-80
287 OCEANOGRAPHIC AND SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE ANALYSES 05-15-80
282B MEMO:PRECIPITATION MODELING OF SPECTRAL MODEL 03-13-81
282A MEMO:EXTENDED RANGE GLOBAL GUIDANCE 02-23-81
282 MEMO:IDENTIFICATION OF SPECTRAL MODEL ON FACSIMILE CHARTS 12-22-80
281C MEMO:IMPLEMENTATION OF NMC GLOBAL SPECTRAL MODEL 07-11-80
281B SPECTRAL MODELING AT NMC 03-24-80
281A ADDENDUM TO 281 04-25-80
281 THUNDERSTORM AND SEVERE WEATHER PROBABILITIES BASED ON MODEL OUTPUT STATISTICS--NO.6 02-12-80
279 SELS SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK (AC) 01-02-80
266 WIND CHILL 05-14-79
265 MODIFICATIONS OF THE SEVEN-LAYER LFM MODEL 04-17-79
259 THE MOVABLE FINE MESH (MFM) - AN OPERATIONAL FORECAST MODEL 02-20-79
256 CLASS LIMITS FOR 5-DAY TEMPERATURE & PRECIPITATION (TABULAR) 12-18-78
255 THE SEVEN-LAYER LFM MODEL 12-14-78
253 RADAR GUIDANCE PROGRAM -79
242 TROPICAL STORM SURGE FORECAST FOR LAKE OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA 07-15-78
236 THE FILTERED LFM-II 05-17-78
232A MEMO: IMPROVING PERFORMANCE OF LFM 03-03-81
232 THE LIMITED-AREA FINE MESH MODEL(LFM) -78
221 500-MB MAP TYPE CORRELATIONS 09-28-77
216 LFM HUMIDITY ANALYSIS CODE 09-16-77
215 6-10 DAY EXTENDED OUTLOOK OF TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION 11-28-77
214 6-10 DAY OUTLOOK - LIMITS FOR 5-DAY PRECIPITATION FORECASTS 09-06-77
213 6-10 DAY OUTLOOK - LIMITS FOR 5-DAY MEAN TEMPERATURE FORECASTS BY MONTH 09-06-77
207 STABILITY INDICES 09-12-77
206 HIGH RESOLUTION LFM(LFM-II) 09-12-77
203 AIR STAGNATION GUIDANCE 07-01-77
190 WIND-WAVE FORECASTS FOR THE GULF OFMEXICO 03-10-77
184 NATIONAL WEATHER/TEMPERATURE BULLETINS ON REQUEST/REPLY 01-24-77
183 REVISIONS TO NMC/QFB HEAVY SNOW GUIDANCE PROGRAM 12-21-76
182 CORRECTION OF LFMERROR 12-15-76
179 SIX HOUR CYCLE IN FINAL 11-26-76
178 CHANGES IN POST PROCESSING THE LFM PRECIPITATION FORECASTING 11-16-76
174 POST PROCESSING THE LFM FORECASTS 11-11-76
169 COMPUTED 850 MB TEMPERATURE 09-08-76
165 EFFECTIVE TEMPERATURE (WIND CHILL INDEX) 06-15-76
153 POPULATION WEIGHTED STATE DEGREE-DAY SUMMARY AND FORECAST 12-29-75
140 THE COOLING DEGREE-DAY CHART 05-28-75
134 SMS/GOES PICTURES ON FACSIMILE 03-28-75
126 SEA LEVEL PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT OVER WESTERN PLATEAU 12-04-74
114 SURFACE WIND GUSTS 05-15-74
106 THE HEATING DEGREE-DAY CHART 01-11-74
519. GEOGRAPHICAL DESIGNATORS FOR FACSIMILE MAP 05-29-81
520. BACKGROUND MAPS USED FOR FACSIMILE CHARTS 08-03-81
532. INDEXES OF TECHNICAL PROCEDURES BULLETINS -- UPDATE 04-15-93


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