INDEX - PART C

LIST OF OPERATIONALLY - OBSOLETE TECHNICAL PROCEDURES BULLETINS

TPB

Name

446 THE U.S. EAST COAST-GULF OF MEXICO WAVE FORECASTING MODEL
426 OCEAN SURFACE WAVES
398 NUMERICAL FOG VISIBILITY GUIDANCE IN COASTAL REGIONS
388 OCEAN SURFACE WAVES
381 GULF OF MEXICO SPECTRAL WAVE FORECAST MODEL AND PRODUCTS
376 MARINE SIGNIFICANT WEATHER CHART
332 MOS WIND FORECASTS OVER THE GREAT LAKES
280 QUALITATIVE BEACH EROSION FORECASTS FOROCEANIC COAST LINES OF EAST COAST STATES FROM MAINE THROUGH SOUTH CAROLINA
271 The Use of Model Output Statistics for Predicting Surface Wind
270 The FOUS 12 (FO12) Bulletin
268 FOUS 60-78 Bulletins
263 Wind Forecasts Over the Great Lakes
261 Two-To-Six Hour Probabilities of Thunderstorms and Severe Local Storms
248 The FOUS 22 (FO22) Bulletin
247 The FOUS 12 (FO12) Bulletin
245 Qualitative Beach Erosion Forecast for the Oceanic Coastlines of the East Coast States
244 The Use of Model Output Statistics for Predicting Probability of Precipitation
240 The Radar Guidance Program
238 Automated Maximum/Minimum and 3-Hourly Surface Temperature Guidance
237 Wind Forecasts Over the Great Lakes
235 FOUS 12 MOS Thunderstorm Probability Forecasts
233 The Use of Model Output Statistics for Predicting Probability of Precipitation
231 Surface Topography Used in Operational NMC Predictions Models
230 Stations in FOUS Bulletins
229 The Use of Model Output Statistics for Predicting Surface Wind
228 Two-to-Six Hour Probabilities of Thunderstorms and Severe Local Storms
226 EXTRA TROPICAL STORM SURGE FORECASTS FOR THE U.S. EAST COAST
224 Changes in Times of Transmission of Products Due to 7LPE The Use of Model Output Statistics for Predicting Probability of Precipitation Amount and Precipitation Amount Categories
223 Sea Surface Temperature Analysis, North Atlantic and Northeast Pacific Oceans
222 WIND-WAVE, SWELL AND COMBINED WAVE FORECASTS
220 The FOUS 22 (FO22) Bulletin
217 The FOUS 12 (FOl 2) Bulletin
212 Updated Facsimile Schedule NAMFAX
211 Updated Facsimile Schedule NAFAX AND FOFAX
210 The Use of Model Output Statistics for Predicting Probability of Precipitation Amount and Precipitation Amount Categories
209 The Use of Yodel Output Statistics for Predicting the Probability of Heavy Snow (POSH)
208 Alaskan Maximum/Minimum Temperatures, Surface Winds, Probability of Precipitation, and Conditional Probability of Frozen Precipitation (PoF) - FMAK1 Bulletin
205 Drought Severity Chart (Palmer Index)
203 AIR POLLUTION
202 Alaskan Maximum/Minimum Temperatures, Surface Wind and Probability of Precipitation, FMAK1 Bulletin
201 List of Operational Obsolete Technical Procedures Bulletins
200 Stations in FOUS Bulletins
198 Objective Forecast of the 72-HR Minimum Temperature from 1200 GMT Data
197 The Trajectory (TRAJ) Yodel
196 The Use of Model Output Statistics for Predicting Probability of Precipitation
195 Stations with Specific Guidance Forecasts
194 Two to Six Hour Probabilities of Thunderstorm and Severe Weather
193 The Use of Model Output Statistics for Predicting Ceiling Visibility and Cloud Amount
192 Alaska Maximum/Minimum Temperature and Surface Wind Forecasts, FYAK1 Bulletins
191 The Use of Model Output Statistics for Predicting Surface Wind
189 Updated Facsimile Schedule -- NAMFAX
188 Updated Facsimile Schedule -- NAFAX and FOFAX
186 Storm Surge Forecasts for Essexville and Lakeport, Michigan
185 The Teletype Radar Intensity Plot (Revised)
185 The Teletype Radar Intensity Plot
181 72-Hour Yaximum Temperature Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics
180 The Use of Model Output Statistics for Predicting Ceiling, Visibility and Cloud Amount
177 Qualitative Beach Erosion Forecast for the Oceanic Coastlines of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States
176 Facsimile Schedule NAMFAX
175 Facsimile Schedules NAFAX and FOFAX
173 Revised Technical Procedures Bulletin No. 173: Realignment of FOUS 60-75 and New FOUS 77 Bulletin
172 List of Operational Obsolete Technical Procedures Bulletins
172 (Addendum) Addendum 1: List of Operationally Obsolete Technical Procedures Bulletins. (Nos. 37, 39, and 70 listed in Addendum in error are still valid as of 5/l/77)
171 Operational Probability of Precipitation Based on Model Output Statistics (MOS)--No. 13
170 Operational Probability of Frozen (PoF).Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics (MOS)
168 Proposed Modifications of the LFM Model
167 The Automated Radar Summary Chart
166 MOS Maximum/Minimum Temperature Forecast Equations Applied to LFM Model Output
164 Cloud Amount Forecasts Based on MOS--No. 5
163 Operational Probability of Precipitation Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics...No. 12
162 Accelerated and New LFM Charts
161 Surface Wind Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics (MOS) ... No. 7
160 The Movable Fine Mesh (MFM) - A New Operational Forecast Model
159 2-6 Hour Probabilities of Severe Weather and General Thunderstorms
158 West Coast Wind Forecasts
156 Thunderstorm and Severe Weather Probabilities based on Model Output Statistics
155 MOS Maximum/Minimum Temperature Forecast Equations Based on Three-Month Seasons--No. 9
154 SELS Severe Weather Outlook - AC
152 Surface Wind Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics (MOS)...No. 6
150 Revisions of FOUS 12 and FOUS 22
148 MOS Maximum/Minimum Temperature Equations Based on Three-Month Seasons--No. 8
147 Operational Probability of Precipitation Based on Model Output Statistcs No. 11
145 MOS Maximum/Minimum Temperature Equations Based on Three-Month Seasons--No. 7
144 MOS Maximum/Minimum Temperature Equations Based on Three-Month Seasons--No. 6
143 Subsynoptic Update Model (SUM)--No. 2
141 Cloud Amount Forecasts Based on MOS.-..No. 4
139 MOS Surface Wind, Cloud Amount and'@.3-Category Flight Weather Forecasts
138 Thunderstorm and Severe Weather Probabilities Based on Model Output Statistics...No. 3
137 Warm Season Surface Wind Forecasts Based on MOS ... No. 4
136 Operational Probability of Precipitation Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics...No. 10
135 Short-Range Objective Severe Weather Guidance
133 Warm Season Cloud Amount Forecasts Based on MOS ... No. 3
132 Graphic SELS Severe Weather Outlook - AC
131 Manually Digitized Radar Program
130 Crop Moisture Index
129 Extension of LFM Forecast to 36 Hours
128 MOS POP, POFP(P), and MAX/MIN Temperature Bulletin
127A AMENDMENT: (ADDITION OF 2 LOCATIONS)
127 GREAT LAKES WAVE FORECAST
125 Cloud Amount Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics...No. 2
124 Cloud Amount Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics (MOS)
123 New MOS Minimum/Maximum Temperature Forecast Equations-- No. 5
122 Air Stagnation Guidance for Facsimile and Teletype (3rd Edition)
121 Stations with Specific Guidance Forecasts
120 The Use of Model Output Statistics for Predicting Ceiling and Visibility
119 Operational Probability of Precipitation Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics...No. 9
118 Coastal Wind Forecasts for Light Stations
117 Revised Drought/Wetness Chart (Palmer Index)
116 Guidance Material Available in the Request/Reply System of Service A
115 The National Meteorological Center (NMC)'s 8-Layer Global and Hemispheric Primitive Equation Prediction (8L GLOPEP and 8L HEMPEP) Models
113 Flash Flood Guidance Chart
112 Operational Probability of Precipitation Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics...No. 8
110 Manually-Digitized Radar (DR) Data in Yapped Form... No. 1 (Retain the Supplement to TPB No. 107)
109 Operational Probability of Precipitation Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics (MOS)...No. 7
107 Performance Characteristics of the Operational Models at the National Meteorological Center (NMC)
104 Maximum/Minimum Temperature Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics (MOS)--No. 4
103 Changes in the 6-Level Primitive Equation (6L PE) Model With New Computers--No. 1
102 Surface Wind Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics (YROS) ... No. 4
101 Experimental Forecasts of Freezing Level(s), Conditional Precipitation Type, Surface Temperature, and 50-Meter Wind Produced by the Planetary Boundary Layer (PBL) Model
100 Maximum/Yinimum Temperature Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics...No. 3
99 Operational Probability of Precipitation Forecasts Based on Yodel Output Statistics ... No. 6
98 Surface Wind Forecasts Based on Yodel Output:Statistics (MOS)...No. 3
97 Trajectory Model 4-Panel Digital Facsimile Interface (DFI) Chart
96 Maximum/Minimum Temperature Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics..No. 2
95 The Subsynoptic Update Model (SUM) No. 1
94 Maximum/Minimum Temperature Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics -- No. 1
93 Surface Wind Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics (MOS) ... No. 2
92 Thunderstorm and Severe Weather Probabilities Based on Model Output Statistics...No. 2
91 Great Lakes Wind Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics (MOS)--No. 1
90 Reduction of the Pillow Effect in the Output of the Limited Area Fine Mesh (LFM) Model
89 Thunderstorm and Severe Weather Probabilities Based on Model Output Statistics ... No. 1
88 Operational Forecasts Derived from Primitive Equation and Trajectory Model Output Statistics (PEAT MOS) ... No. 5
87 Revised Drought/Wetness Chart (Palmer Index); Corrections to Technical Procedures Bulletin No. 86
86 Surface Wind Forecasts Based on Model Output Statistics (MOS) ... No. 1
85 Stability Indices Produced by the Planetary Boundary Layer (PBL) Model
84 Operational Forecasts with the Sub-Synoptic Advection Model (SAM) ... No. 15
83 Operational Forecasts Derived from Primitive Equations and Trajectory Model Output Statistics (PEAT MOS)--No. 4
82 Fundamental Changes in the Grid Structure and Boundary Conditions in the Limited-Area F'.ne Mesh (LPM) Model
81 W4-nd-Wave, Swell, and Combined Wave Forecasts--No. 5
80 The New Facsimile Analysis
79 Adjusting the Precipitation Threshold in the Limited-Area Fine Mesh Model
78 Operational Forecasts derived from Primitive Equation and Trajectory Model Output Statistics (PEAT MOS) ... No. 3
77 Operational Forecasts with the Sub-Synoptic Advection Model (SAM)...No. 14
76 PE Modifications Associated With 20 Yinute Time-Step
75 Revisions to LFM Relative Humidity Analysis
74 The Drought Severity Chart
73 Operational Forecasts Derived from Primitive Equation and Trajectory Model Output Statistics (PEAT MOS) ... No. 2
72 Operational Forecasts with the Sub-Synoptic Advection on Model (SAM) ... No. 13
71 Trajectory Forecasts for Specific Locations VIA Teletype (FOUS-10, 11)
70 Detailed Guidance from the 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
69 Air Stagnation Guidance for Facsimile and Teletype (2nd Revision)
68 Operational Forecasts Derived from Primitive Equation and Trajectory-Model Output Statistics (PEAT MOS)...No. 1
67 The Limited Area Fine Yesh (LFM) Model
66 Operational Forecasts with the Sub-Synoptic Advection Yodel (SAM)...No. 12
65 New Initialization Procedure for the 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
64 Convective Rain in the PE Model
63 New NMC "First Guess" and Monitoring Procedures
62 Modification to Three-Dimensional Trajectory Forecasts-Inclusion of Air-Sea Interactions
61 The K Index
60 Operational Forecasts with the Sub-Synoptic Advection Model(SAM) ... No. 11
59 Automated Adjustment of Extreme MAXIMIN Temperature Prognoses
58 Revised Air Pollution Potential Guidance for Facsimile and Teletypewriter
57 Revised Method of 1000 MB Computation in the PE Model
56 Operational Forecasts with the Sub-Synoptic Advection Model (SAM)...No. 10
55 Latest Change and Summary of Current Procedures In Precipitation Forecasting in the 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
54 Modifications to Depiction of MAXIMIN Temperature Prognosis
53 Operational Forecasts with the Sub-Synoptic Advection Model (SAM) ... No. 9
52 Facsimile Display of Air Pollution Potential
51 500-MB Map Type Correlations
50 Operational Forecasts with the Sub-Synoptic Advection Model (SAM) ... No. a
49 Revisions to Detailed Guidance from the 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
48 Change in Relative Humidity Initialization for the 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
47 Wind-Wave, Swell, and Combined Wave Forecasts--No. 4
46 Experimental Heavy Rainfall Guidance
45 Revised Facsimile Depiction of Probability Isopleths
44 Operational Forecasts with the Sub-Synoptic Advection Model (SAM)...No. 7
43 Facsimile Display of Objective Temperature Forecasts
42 Use of P.E. Input in Objective Temperature Forecasts
41 Changes in the Multi layer Precipitation Forecast Section of the 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
40 Initialization Procedures for Boundary Layer Temperatures No. 2
39 Surface Topography Used for Locations Included in Detailed 6-Hourly Guidance Forecasts (FOUS)
38 Operational Forecasts with the Sub-Synoptic Advection Model (SAM) ... No. 6
37 Wind-Wave Swell, and Combined Wave Forecasts..No. 3
36 Corrections to Technical Procedures Bulletin No. 26
35 Operational Forecasts with the Sub-Synoptic Advection Model (SAM)--No-5
34 Changes in Initialization Procedures for Boundary Layer Temperatures
33 Corrections and Additions to Technical Procedures Bulletin No. 31
32 Some Verifications of the Three-Dimensional Trajectory Forecasts and Comparison with PE Temperature Forecasts
31 Further Changes in the NMC Six-Layer Model
30 Detailed 6-Hourly Guidance from the 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
29 Prognostic Discussions from NMC
28 The Lifted Index Computation
27 The Fire Spread Index Chart
26 Multi layer Precipitation Forecasting in the 6-Layer(PE) Numerical Prediction Model
25 Facsimile Group Converter Displays of 850MB and 700MB Analyses
24 Wind-Wave, Swell, and Combined Wave Forecasts--No. 2
23 Operational Forecasts with the Sub-Synoptic Advection Model (SAM)...No. 4
22 Some Recent Innovations in Numerical Procedures at NMC
21 Operation Forecasts with the Sub-Synoptic Advection Model (SAM)...No. 3
20 Three-Dimensional Trajectory Forecasts
19 Adjusted Surface Topography Used in the 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
18 Operational Forecasts with the Sub-Synoptic Advection Model (SAM) ... No. 2
17 Wind-Wave, Swell, and Combined Wave Forecasts
16 Experimental Computer Forecasts of Maximum and Minimum Surface Temperature
15 Surface Topography Used in the 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
14 Operational Forecasts with the Sub-Synoptic Advection Model (SAM)
13 Divergent Initialization of the 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
12 Precipitation Forecasting in the 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
11 Change in Method of Temperature Interpolation in the 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
10 Smoothing in the 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
9 Lapse Rate Checking Procedures in the 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
8 The Use of Synoptic Climatology Charts in Forecasting Precipitation in the Western Intermountain Region
7 Sea-Level Pressure Forecasts from 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
6 Implementation Test of a Numerical Subsynoptic Precipitation Model
5 Initial Moisture Analysis in 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
4 Change in Representation of the Mean Relative Humidity Charts
3 Saturation Criterion for Precipitation Forecasts in 6-Layer (PE) Numerical Prediction Model
2 External and Internal Heat Sources and Sinks in the 6-Layer (Primitive Equation) Numerical Prediction Model
1 New Tropical Cyclone Tracking Program


Obsolete Facsimile Schedules
514 DIFAX - National Digital Facsimile System Schedule
513 NAFAX - National Facsimile System Schedule
511 DIFAX - National Digital Facsimile System Schedule
510 DIFAX - National Digital Facsimile System Schedule
509 DIFAX - National Digital Facsimile System Schedule
507 NAMFAX Schedule
506 FOFAX - Forecast Office Facsimile System Schedule
505 NAFAX - National Facsimile System Schedule
504 NAMFAX Schedule
503 FOFAXFacsimile Schedule
502 NAFAX Facsimile Schedule
501 Updated Facsimile Schedule - NAFAX and FOFAX

NOTE: Facsimile System Schedules are no longer issued as Technical Procedures Bulletins. For the latest schedule, contact the NWS Domestic Telecommunications Section (W/OSO152) at 301-713-1731.



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