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scn00-100rdfokx.txtNEW DIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCTS FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN UPTON NY...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 14 2000 ON TUESDAY NOVEMBER 14 2000...AT 400 PM EST...THE NATIONALWEATHER SERVICE IN UPTON NEW YORK WILL BEGIN ISSUING AN EXPANDEDVERSION OF THE CODED CITIES FORECAST AND A NEW PRODUCT CALLED THEDIGITAL ZONE FORECAST. THE DIGITAL FORMAT OF THESE PRODUCTS WILLFACILITATE AUTOMATED PROCESSING BY COMPUTERS.
scn00-101rdfbgm.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BINGHAMTON NY....EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 15 2000 ON WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15 2000...AT 400 A.M. EST...THE NATIONALWEATHER SERVICE IN BINGHAMTON NEW YORK WILL OFFICIALLY BEGINISSUING A NEW PRODUCT CALLED THE DIGITAL ZONE FORECAST. THEDIGITAL FORMAT OF THIS PRODUCT WILL FACILITATE AUTOMATEDPROCESSING BY COMPUTERS.
scn00-102sfpphi.txtNEW FORMAT FOR NEW JERSEY AND DELAWARE STATE FORECAST PRODUCT...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 14 2000
scn00-103sfpbuf.txtNEW FORMAT FOR WESTERN NEW YORK STATE FORECAST PRODUCT...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 14 2000
scn00-104sfpokx.txtNEW FORMAT FOR THE STATE FORECAST PRODUCT FOR EXTREME SOUTHEAST NEW YORK...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 14 2000
scn00-105sfpbox.txtNEW FORMAT FOR THE STATE FORECAST PRODUCT FOR SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 14 2000
scn00-1062dayzfp.txtMORE EVENT DRIVEN ISSUANCE OF PUBLIC FORECASTS IN EASTERN UNITED STATES...EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 11 2000
scn00-107hpcwinwx.txtPROPOSED CHANGES TO HPC 12 AND 24-HOUR PROBABILISTIC WINTER WEATHER GUIDANCE PRODUCTS FOR CERTAIN WESTERN AND SOUTHERN STATES...EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 18 2000 AT 1200 UTC
scn00-108cancelakzn.txtCANCELLATION OF SERVICE CHANGE NOTICES 00-74 AND 00-98 ...ISSUED OCTOBER 10 AND 13 2000
scn00-109srcwf.txtFIVE-DAY COASTAL WATERS FORECAST TO BE IMPLEMENTED BY NWS SOUTHERN REGION COASTAL OFFICES...EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 13 2000
scn00-110vtecrlx.txtINTRODUCTION AND TESTING OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE AT THE CHARLESTON WV FORECAST OFFICE...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 3 2000
scn00-110vtecrlxcor.txtINTRODUCTION AND TESTING OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE AT THE CHARLESTON WV FORECAST OFFICE...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 3 2001
scn00-111rdfcar.txtEXPANDED CODED CITIES FORECAST AND NEW DIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCTS FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN CARIBOU ME...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 AND DECEMBER 4 2000 ON WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1 2000...AT 400 PM EST...THE NATIONALWEATHER SERVICE IN CARIBOU MAINE BEGAN ISSUING AN EXPANDEDVERSION OF THE CODED CITIES FORECAST FOR CARIBOU AND BANGOR. ONMONDAY DECEMBER 4 2000...AT 400 PM EST THE NUMBER OF LOCATIONSLISTED IN THE CODED CITIES FORECAST WILL EXPAND TO A TOTAL OFTEN. THESE LOCATIONS WILL BE AS FOLLOWS:
scn00-112rdfgsp.txtNEW DIGITAL ZONE FORECAST FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREENVILLE/SPARTANBURG SC...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2000 ON WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1 2000...AT 400 PM EST...THE GREENVILLE/SPARTANBURG OFFICE OF THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BEGAN ISSUINGA NEW PRODUCT CALLED THE DIGITAL ZONE FORECAST. THE DIGITALFORMAT OF THIS PRODUCT FACILITATE AUTOMATED PROCESSING BYCOMPUTERS.
scn00-113rdfiln.txtEXPANDED CODED CITIES FORECAST AND NEW DIGITAL ZONE FORECAST FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON OH... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2000 ON WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1 2000...AT 300 PM EST...THE NATIONALWEATHER SERVICE IN WILMINGTON OHIO BEGAN ISSUING AN EXPANDEDVERSION OF THE CODED CITIES FORECAST AND A NEW PRODUCT CALLED THEDIGITAL ZONE FORECAST. THE DIGITAL FORMAT OF THESE PRODUCTSFACILITATE AUTOMATED PROCESSING BY COMPUTERS.
scn00-114spcprob.txtNEW STORM PREDICTION CENTER PROBABILISTIC SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOKS TO COMMENCE JANUARY 31 2001
scn00-115cpcotlk.txtYEAR 2001 ISSUANCE DATES FOR MONTHLY AND SEASONAL CLIMATE OUTLOOKS
scn00-52amd.txtRELEASE DATE FOR THE WEEKLY DROUGHT MONITOR WHEN THURSDAY IS A HOLIDAY...EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 2000
scn00-74corstffai.txtCHANGES IN SHORT-TERM AND LOCAL FORECAST PRODUCTS IN ALASKA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16 2000
scn00-77cor.txtSUBJECT TEST DAY 6 AND 7 SURFACE FORECAST PRODUCT... EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 29 2000
scn00-78cor.txtZONE FORECAST PRODUCT EXTENDED TO A 7-DAY FORECAST... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2000
scn00-796and7cancel.txtCANCELLATION OF SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE 00-78 ISSUED SEPTEMBER 11 2000
scn00-79boxmarine.txtMODIFICATION OF BASIC MARINE AREAS IN NEW ENGLAND... EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 31 2000
scn00-80corboxmarine.txtMODIFICATION OF BASIC MARINE AREAS IN NEW ENGLAND... EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 31 2000
scn00-81rdfilm.txtNEW DIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN WILMINGTON NC...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 27 2000 ON MONDAY SEPTEMBER 27 2000...AT 400 PM EDT... THE NATIONALWEATHER SERVICE IN WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA WILL BEGIN ISSUING ANEW PRODUCT CALLED THE DIGITAL ZONE FORECAST. THE DIGITAL FORMATOF THIS PRODUCT WILL FACILITATE AUTOMATED PROCESSING BYCOMPUTERS.
scn00-82rdfbox.txtEXPANDED CODED CITIES FORECAST AND DIGITAL ZONE FORECAST PRODUCTS FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA....EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 11 2000
scn00-83rdfphi.txtEXPANDED CODED CITIES FORECAST AND NEW DIGITAL ZONE FORECAST PRODUCTS FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN MT. HOLLY NJ...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 16 2000 ON MONDAY OCTOBER 16 2000...AT 400 PM EDT...THE NATIONAL WEATHERSERVICE IN MT HOLLY NEW JERSEY WILL BEGIN ISSUING AN EXPANDEDVERSION OF THE CODED CITIES FORECAST AND A NEW PRODUCT CALLED THEDIGITAL ZONE FORECAST. THE DIGITAL FORMAT OF THESE PRODUCTS WILLFACILITATE AUTOMATED PROCESSING BY COMPUTERS.
scn00-84sfplwx.txtNEW FORMAT FOR THE MARYLAND AND EASTERN WEST VIRGINIA PANHANDLE STATE FORECAST PRODUCT...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 16 2000
scn00-85rdfakq.txtEXPANDED CODED CITIES FORECAST AND DIGITAL ZONE FORECAST PRODUCTS FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WAKEFIELD VA EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 2 2000 ON MONDAY OCTOBER 2 2000...AT 400 PM EDT...THE NATIONAL WEATHERSERVICE IN WAKEFIELD VIRGINIA WILL BEGIN ISSUING AN EXPANDEDVERSION OF THE CODED CITIES FORECAST AND A PRODUCT CALLED THEDIGITAL ZONE FORECAST. THE DIGITAL FORMAT OF THESE PRODUCTS WILLFACILITATE AUTOMATED PROCESSING BY COMPUTERS.
scn00-86ZFP7-DAY.cor.txtZONE FORECAST PRODUCT EXTENDED TO A 7-DAY FORECAST... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16 2000
scn00-86ZFP7-DAY.txtZONE FORECAST PRODUCT EXTENDED TO A 7-DAY FORECAST... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16 2000
scn00-86amdzfp7-day.txtZONE FORECAST PRODUCT EXTENDED TO A 7-DAY FORECAST... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16 2000
scn00-86zfp7-day.cor.txtZONE FORECAST PRODUCT EXTENDED TO A 7-DAY FORECAST... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16 2000
scn00-86zfp7-day.txtZONE FORECAST PRODUCT EXTENDED TO A 7-DAY FORECAST... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16 2000
scn00-87rdfgyx.txtEXPANDED CODED CITIES FORECAST AND NEW DIGITAL ZONE FORECAST FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PORTLAND ME... EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 23 2000 ON MONDAY OCTOBER 23 2000...AT 300 PM EDT...THE NATIONAL WEATHERSERVICE IN GRAY MAINE WILL BEGIN ISSUING AN EXPANDED VERSION OFTHE CODED CITIES FORECAST AND A NEW PRODUCT CALLED THE DIGITALZONE FORECAST. THE DIGITAL FORMAT OF THESE PRODUCTS WILLFACILITATE AUTOMATED PROCESSING BY COMPUTERS.
scn00-88sfpakq.txtNEW FORMAT AND WMO HEADER FOR VIRGINIA STATE FORECAST PRODUCT...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 16 2000
scn00-89sfpctp.txtNEW FORMAT...WMO HEADER...AND NINE CHARACTER PIL IDENTIFIER FOR PENNSYLVANIA STATE FORECAST PRODUCT...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 16 2000
scn00-90alysfpterm.txtDISCONTINUATION OF NARRATIVE STATE FORECAST PRODUCT FOR EASTERN NEW YORK...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 31 2000
scn00-91caesfpterm2.txtSUBJECT DISCONTINUATION OF NARRATIVE STATE FORECAST PRODUCT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 31 2000
scn00-92rdfbuf.txtEXPANDED CODED CITIES FORECAST AND NEW DIGITAL ZONE FORECAST PRODUCTS FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN BUFFALO NY...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 30 2000
scn00-93sfpgyx.txtNEW FORMAT AND NEW PIL IDENTIFIER FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE FORECAST PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2000
scn00-94sfpoh.txtNEW FORMAT FOR OHIO STATE FORECAST PRODUCT... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2000
scn00-95ice.txtCHANGE TO GREAT LAKES ICE PROGRAM...EFFECTIVE BEGINNING OF THE 2000-2001 ICE SEASON
scn00-96stfanc.txtCHANGES IN SHORT-TERM AND LOCAL FORECAST PRODUCTS IN ALASKA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16 2000
scn00-97zfpanc.txtCHANGES IN ZONE AND LOCAL FORECAST PRODUCTS IN ALASKA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16 2000
scn00-97zfpanccor.txtCHANGES IN ZONE AND LOCAL FORECAST PRODUCTS IN ALASKA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16 2000
scn00-98zfpfai.txtCHANGES IN ZONE AND LOCAL FORECAST PRODUCTS IN FAIRBANKS ALASKA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16 2000
scn00-98zfpfaicor.txtCHANGES IN ZONE AND LOCAL FORECAST PRODUCTS IN FAIRBANKS ALASKA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16 2000
scn00-99zfpjnu.txtCHANGE TO ZONE FORECAST PRODUCTS IN JUNEAU ALASKA... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16 2000 EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16 2000...AT 300 A.M. ALASKA STANDARD TIME/1200 UNIVERSAL COORDINATED TIME/...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICEFORECAST OFFICE IN JUNEAU WILL MAKE THE FOLLOWING CHANGE TO THEIRPUBLIC ZONE FORECAST PROGRAM /WMO HEADER FPAK57 PAJK...NINE-CHARACTER PIL IDENTIFIER JNUZFPJNU/.
scn00-99zfpjnucor.txtCHANGE TO ZONE FORECAST PRODUCTS IN JUNEAU ALASKA... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16 2000
scn0069cor.txtCHANGING SOME PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES IN MONTANA... EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 4 2000
scn01-01cwf.txtCOASTAL WATERS FORECAST /CWF/ OUTLOOK UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHIC CODES /UGC/ NO LONGER IN USE FOR FLORIDA...THE GULF COAST...AND PUERTO RICO
scn01-02vtecshv.txtINTRODUCTION AND TESTING OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE AT THE SHREVEPORT LA FORECAST OFFICE...EFFECTIVE MARCH 15 2001
scn01-03vtecmrx.txtINTRODUCTION AND TESTING OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE AT THE MORRISTOWN TN FORECAST OFFICE...EFFECTIVE MARCH 6 2001
scn01-04zonesmlb.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF IMPROVED ZONE COVERAGE FOR BREVARD... VOLUSIA AND LAKE COUNTIES IN CENTRAL FLORIDA... EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 22 2001
scn01-05cor.txtCHANGES IN SHORT-TERM AND LOCAL FORECAST PRODUCTS IN ALASKA...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 24 2001...CORRECTION
scn01-05zonefai.txtCHANGES IN SHORT-TERM AND LOCAL FORECAST PRODUCTS IN ALASKA...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 24 2001
scn01-06akpns.txtCHANGES IN ZONE AND LOCAL FORECAST PRODUCTS IN FAIRBANKS ALASKA...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 24 2001
scn01-06cor.txtCHANGES IN ZONE AND LOCAL FORECAST PRODUCTS IN FAIRBANKS ALASKA...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 24 2001... CORRECTION
scn01-07Tsufmt.txtNEW FORMAT FOR TSUNAMI INFORMATION BULLETINS FROM WEST COAST/ALASKA TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER ... EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1 2001
scn01-07Tsufmtcor.txtNEW FORMAT FOR TSUNAMI INFORMATION BULLETINS FROM WEST COAST/ALASKA TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER ... EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1 2001
scn01-07tsufmt.txtNEW FORMAT FOR TSUNAMI INFORMATION BULLETINS FROM WEST COAST/ALASKA TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER ... EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1 2001
scn01-07tsufmtcor.txtNEW FORMAT FOR TSUNAMI INFORMATION BULLETINS FROM WEST COAST/ALASKA TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER ... EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1 2001
scn01-08tcm.txtFORMAT CHANGE TO TROPICAL CYCLONE FORECAST/ADVISORY PRODUCT...EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2001
scn01-08tcmCOR.txtFORMAT CHANGE TO TROPICAL CYCLONE FORECAST/ADVISORY PRODUCT...EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2001
scn01-09bouzone.txtREALIGNMENT OF ZONE FORECAST BOUNDARIES IN NORTH CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST COLORADO...EFFECTIVE APRIL 17 2001
scn01-09bouzonecor.txtREALIGNMENT OF ZONE FORECAST BOUNDARIES IN NORTH CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST COLORADO...EFFECTIVE APRIL 17 2001
scn01-10stmsum.txtCHANGE OF ISSUANCE TIMES OF STORM SUMMARIES FOR LANDFALLING TROPICAL CYCLONES...EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2001
scn01-11erwmochg.txtEND-STATE WMO/AWIPS IDENTIFIERS GO INTO EFFECT FOR 302 HIGH PRIORITY EASTERN REGION PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE MAY 8 2001 ON TUESDAY MAY 8 2001...AT NOON EDT OR 1600 UTC...23 NWS WEATHERFORECAST OFFICES /WFOS/ IN THE EASTERN U.S. WILL COMPLETE THEIRTRANSITION TO END-STATE WORLD METEOROLOGICAL ORGANIZATION /WMO/COMMUNICATION HEADINGS FOR 302 HIGH PRIORITY PRODUCTS. THESECOND LINE OF THE COMMUNICATION HEADING...KNOWN AS THE AWIPSIDENTIFIER...WILL ALSO BE FINALIZED TO REFLECT MODERN SITELOCATION IDENTIFIERS.
scn01-12clirel.txtSEASONAL DROUGHT OUTLOOK ISSUANCES ON THE INTERNET FOR THE REST OF 2001
scn01-13mawoml.txtNEW MARINE ALERT MESSAGE FOR THE GREAT LAKES
scn01-14amd.txtBASE PERIOD MEANS /BPM/ FOR CLIMATE OUTLOOKS TO BE UPDATED FROM 1961-1990 MEANS TO 1971-2000 MEANS... EFFECTIVE THURSDAY MAY 17 2001...NEW EFFECTIVE DATE...
scn01-14cpc.txtBASE PERIOD MEANS FOR CLIMATE OUTLOOKS TO BE UPDATED FROM 1961-1990 MEANS TO 1971-2000 MEANS...EFFECTIVE THURSDAY APRIL 12 2001
scn01-15vtecabr.txtINTRODUCTION AND TESTING OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE AT THE ABERDEEN SD FORECAST OFFICE...EFFECTIVE MAY 22 2001
scn01-16d4defn.txtCHANGE IN DEFINITION OF D4 DROUGHT CATEGORY IN THE WEEKLY DROUGHT MONITOR...EFFECTIVE THURSDAY MAY 3 2001
scn01-17ancstpak.txtCHANGE IN FORMAT TO THE ALASKA TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION BULLETIN...EFFECTIVE MAY 21 2001
scn01-18wcntest.txtINTRODUCTION AND TESTING OF THE WATCH COUNTY NOTIFICATION MESSAGE FROM JUNE 26 TO AUGUST 24 2001 AT THE GLASGOW MT...BILLINGS MT...MISSOULA MT...GRAND RAPIDS MI...NASHVILLE TN...BUFFALO NY...AND CARIBOU ME FORECAST OFFICES
scn01-18wcntest2.txtINTRODUCTION AND TESTING OF THE WATCH COUNTY NOTIFICATION MESSAGE FROM JUNE 26 TO AUGUST 24 2001 AT THE GLASGOW MT...BILLINGS MT...MISSOULA MT...GRAND RAPIDS MI...NASHVILLE TN...BUFFALO NY...AND CARIBOU ME FORECAST OFFICES
scn01-18wcntestcor.txtINTRODUCTION AND TESTING OF THE WATCH COUNTY NOTIFICATION MESSAGE FROM JUNE 26 TO AUGUST 24 2001 AT THE GLASGOW MT...BILLINGS MT...MISSOULA MT...GRAND RAPIDS MI...NASHVILLE TN...BUFFALO NY...AND CARIBOU ME FORECAST OFFICES
scn01-19heat.txtRESUMPTION OF NATIONAL EXCESSIVE HEAT OUTLOOK PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE MAY 1 2001
scn01-20jnunow.txtCHANGES SHORT TERM FORECAST PRODUCTS IN JUNEAU ALASKA...EFFECTIVE JUNE 20 2001
scn01-21jnuzfp.txtCHANGES IN ZONE FORECAST PRODUCTS IN JUNEAU ALASKA... EFFECTIVE JUNE 20 2001
scn01-22rvdpt1.txtNEW PRODUCT...A DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...EFFECTIVE MAY 30 2001
scn01-22rvdpt1cca.txtNEW PRODUCT...A DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...EFFECTIVE MAY 30 2001... CORRECTED
scn01-22rvdpt2.txtNEW PRODUCT... A DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE... EFFECTIVE MAY 30 2001
scn01-22rvdpt2cca.txtCORRECTED: NEW PRODUCT... A DAILY RIVER AND LAKE SUMMARY FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE... EFFECTIVE MAY 30 2001
scn01-23fairec.txtCHANGE TO THE SEASONAL DENALI PARK FORECAST ISSUED BY FAIRBANKS ALASKA...EFFECTIVE MAY 7 2001
scn01-24catalina.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF NEW CATALINA ISLAND ZONE FORECAST /CAZ087/...EFFECTIVE JUNE 20 2001 EFFECTIVE JUNE 20 2001 AT 330 AM PDT /1130 UNIVERSAL COORDINATEDTIME/...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE /NWS/ WILL IMPLEMENT A NEWZONE FORECAST FOR CATALINA ISLAND IN CALIFORNIA. THE CATALINAISLAND ZONE FORECAST WILL COVER THE ENTIRE ISLAND...INCLUDING THEHEAVY TOURIST AREA OF AVALON CALIFORNIA. THE NEW UNIVERSALGEOGRAPHIC CODE FOR THE NEW ZONE IS CAZ087. CATALINA ISLAND ISCURRENTLY INCLUDED IN ZONE 041 /CAZ041/.
scn01-25wcntestmore.txtINTRODUCTION AND TESTING OF THE WATCH COUNTY NOTIFICATION MESSAGE FROM JUNE 26 TO AUGUST 24 2001 AT THE BINGHAMTON NY AND AMARILLO TX FORECAST OFFICES
scn01-26marinezone.txtRENUMBERING AND RECONFIGURATION OF SOME MARINE FORECAST ZONES...EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AUGUST 10 2001
scn01-27marengoxfer.txtSERVICE TRANSFER OF ONE ALABAMA COUNTY TO THE BIRMINGHAM WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE...EFFECTIVE JULY 31 2001
scn01-28wcncancel.txtTESTING OF THE WATCH COUNTY NOTIFICATION MESSAGE AT THE MISSOULA MT FORECAST OFFICE FROM JUNE 26 TO AUGUST 24 2001 CANCELLED
scn01-29climate.txtISSUANCE OF EXPERIMENTAL SITE SPECIFIC CITY TEMPERATURE AND DEGREE DAY LONG LEAD CLIMATE OUTLOOKS...EFFECTIVE JULY 12 2001
scn01-29climateamd.txtISSUANCE OF EXPERIMENTAL SITE SPECIFIC CITY TEMPERATURE AND DEGREE DAY LONG LEAD CLIMATE OUTLOOKS...EFFECTIVE JULY 12 2001
scn01-30c11.txtNEW ZONE FORECAST PRODUCT WEATHER SERVICE OPERATION MANUAL...CHAPTER C-11...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 5 2001 ON WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 2001...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICEFORECAST OFFICES WILL IMPLEMENT A MODIFIED WEATHER SERVICEOPERATIONS MANUAL /WSOM/ CHAPTER C-11...ZONE FORECAST PRODUCT/ZFP/. THE NEW MANUAL SETS POLICY FOR AN IMPROVED ZFP IN AMODIFIED FORMAT.
scn01-31twd.txtTRANSMISSION TIME CHANGES FOR THE EASTERN PACIFIC OCEAN TROPICAL WEATHER DISCUSSION /TWD/...EFFECTIVE MONDAY JULY 30 2001
scn01-32rdfsgf.txtNEW DIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SPRINGFIELD MO...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 2 2001 ON TUESDAY OCTOBER 2 2001...AT 400 AM CDT...THE NATIONAL WEATHERSERVICE IN SPRINGFIELD MISSOURI WILL OFFICIALLY BEGIN ISSUING APRODUCT CALLED THE DIGITAL ZONE FORECAST. THE DIGITAL FORMAT OFTHIS PRODUCT WILL FACILITATE USE WITH COMPUTERS AND THE ISSUANCEOF TIMELY UPDATES. THE DIGITAL ZONE FORECAST IS A PRODUCT WHICH DISPLAYS FORECASTEDWEATHER PARAMETERS IN 3-HOUR INTERVALS. THIS PROVIDES A MOREDETAILED FORECAST AND ALSO MAKES IT EASIER FOR THE USER TO OBTAINTHE WEATHER PARAMETER/S/ OF CHOICE. IT IS ESSENTIALLY A DIGITALDISPLAY OF THE ZONE FORECAST IN MUCH GREATER DETAIL. THENARRATIVE VERSION OF THE ZONE FORECAST WILL STILL BE AVAILABLE. THE WMO HEADER FOR THIS PRODUCT WILL BE FOUS53 KSGF. THE PILIDENTIFIER WILL BE STLRDFSGF...AND THE AWIP IDENTIFIER RDFSGF. CUSTOMERS WILL NEED TO ADD THESE IDENTIFIERS TO THEIRCOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS IF THEY WISH TO RECEIVE THE DIGITALFORECAST. THE FOLLOWING IS AN EXAMPLE OF THE DIGITAL ZONE FORECAST... FOUS53 KEAX 210910RDFMCI
scn01-33hfozfp.txtZONE FORECAST PRODUCT EXTENDED TO A 7-DAY FORECAST... EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1 2001
scn01-34Firewxjan.txtTRANSFER OF FIRE WEATHER SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY TO NWS JACKSON MISSISSIPPI...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 27 2001
scn01-34firewxjancca.txtCORRECTED: TRANSFER OF FIRE WEATHER SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY TO NWS JACKSON MISSISSIPPI...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 27 2001
scn01-35firewxmeg.txtTRANSFER OF FIRE WEATHER SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY TO NWS MEMPHIS TENNESSEE...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 27 2001 EFFECTIVE THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 2001 AT 1000 UNIVERSALCOORDINATED TIME /500 AM CDT/...SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THEPREPARATION AND ISSUANCE OF FIRE WEATHER PRODUCTS...INCLUDINGFIRE WEATHER WATCHES AND RED FLAG WARNINGS...FOR LAND MANAGEMENTAGENCIES IN NORTHEAST AND EAST CENTRAL ARKANSAS...NORTHERNMISSISSIPPI AND THE MISSOURI BOOTHEEL...WILL BE TRANSFERRED FROMTHE NWS OFFICES IN LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS AND JACKSON MISSISSIPPITO THE NWS OFFICE IN MEMPHIS TENNESSEE. ON THE EFFECTIVEDATE...WFO MEMPHIS WILL ISSUE FIRE WEATHER FORECASTS FOR THEFOLLOWING COUNTIES:
scn01-35firewxmegcca.txtCORRECTED: TRANSFER OF FIRE WEATHER SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY TO NWS MEMPHIS TENNESSEE... EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 27 2001
scn01-36firewxshv.txtTRANSFER OF FIRE WEATHER SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY TO NWS SHREVEPORT LOUISIANA...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 27 2001
scn01-36firewxshvcca.txtCORRECTED: TRANSFER OF FIRE WEATHER SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY TO NWS SHREVEPORT LOUISIANA... EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 27 2001
scn01-37firewxtsa.txtTRANSFER OF FIRE WEATHER SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY TO NWS TULSA OKLAHOMA...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 27 2001
scn01-37firewxtsacca.txtCORRECTED: TRANSFER OF FIRE WEATHER SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY TO NWS TULSA OKLAHOMA... EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 27 2001
scn01-38ncepurl.txtNEW INTERNET WEB SITE FOR NCEP MODEL GRAPHICS
scn01-39marine.txtFIVE-DAY COASTAL WATERS FORECAST TO BE IMPLEMENTED BY THE NWS OFFICE IN WAKEFIELD VIRGINIA...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 14 2001
scn01-40flood.txtNEW FLOOD POTENTIAL OUTLOOK PRODUCT ...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 2001 AT 1630 UTC
scn01-41wizfp.txtREALIGNMENT OF ZONE FORECAST BOUNDARIES IN NORTHEAST WISCONSIN...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 2 2001
scn01-42amd.txtCHANGE TO NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HYDROLOGY PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 15 2001
scn01-42e-22.txtCHANGES TO NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HYDROLOGY PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 3 2001 ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 2001... ALL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICEFORECAST OFFICES WILL BEGIN ISSUING A NEW SUITE OF HYDROLOGICPRODUCTS. THE NEW PRODUCT SUITE REFLECTS SUGGESTED CHANGES BYLOCAL AND NATIONAL CUSTOMERS. ALL INFORMATION PROVIDED IN NWSHYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS IN THE PAST WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE NEWPRODUCT SUITE. SOME PRODUCT TITLES...FORMAT...CONTENT ANDGENERAL APPEARANCE MAY HAVE CHANGED. THE CHANGES HAVE BEEN MADEBASED ON CUSTOMER REQUESTS FOR A SMALLER NUMBER OF PRODUCTTYPES...INCLUSION OF NEW INFORMATION...AND SIMPLIFICATION ANDSTANDARDIZATION OF PRODUCT INFORMATION. THE PRODUCTS WILLCONTINUE TO BE BOTH TEXT AND TABLES OF DATA WHEN NEEDED. THEUNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHIC CODE /UGC/ SHALL BE USED ALONG WITHSTANDARDIZED MASS NEWS DISSEMINATION /MND/ AND WORLDMETEOROLOGICAL ORGANIZATION /WMO/ HEADINGS AND NINE-CHARACTER PILIDENTIFIERS ON ALL PUBLIC INFORMATION PRODUCTS.
scn01-43amd.txtPOSTPONEMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RIVER FLOOD WATCH PRODUCT...RETRANSMITTED
scn01-43amd083101.txtPOSTPONEMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RIVER FLOOD WATCH PRODUCT
scn01-43floodgph.txtNEW RIVER FLOOD WATCH NARRATIVE PRODUCT AND ASSOCIATED WEB-BASED GRAPHICS...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 5 2001
scn01-44spcwmo.txtWMO HEADING...AWIPS ID...AND SITE ID CHANGES FOR STORM PREDICTION CENTER PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 7 2001
scn01-44spcwmoccb.txtCORRECTED: WMO HEADING...AWIPS ID...AND SITE ID CHANGES FOR STORM PREDICTION CENTER PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 7 2001
scn01-44spcwmocor.txtCORRECTION: WMO HEADING...AWIPS ID...AND SITE ID CHANGES FOR STORM PREDICTION CENTER PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 7 2001
scn01-45.txtCORRECTION: TESTING OF THE WATCH COUNTY NOTIFICATION MESSAGE AT THE AMARILLO TX FORECAST OFFICE TO BE CONTINUED BEYOND AUGUST 24 2001
scn01-45wcnama.txtTESTING OF THE WATCH COUNTY NOTIFICATION MESSAGE AT THE AMARILLO TX FORECAST OFFICE TO BE CONTINUED BEYOND AUGUST 24 2001
scn01-45wcnamacor.txtCORRECTION: TESTING OF THE WATCH COUNTY NOTIFICATION MESSAGE AT THE AMARILLO TX FORECAST OFFICE TO BE CONTINUED BEYOND AUGUST 24 2001
scn01-46firewxhfo.txtNEW FIRE WEATHER FORECAST PRODUCT TO BE ISSUED BY WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE HONOLULU ...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 4 2001
scn01-47firewxmob.txtTRANSFER OF FIRE WEATHER SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY TO NWS FORECAST OFFICE IN MOBILE ALABAMA ...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2001
scn01-48firewxlix.txtTRANSFER OF FIRE WEATHER SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY TO NWS FORECAST OFFICE IN NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2001
scn01-49.txtNEW WIND CHILL TEMPERATURE INDEX...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2001
scn01-49chill.txtNEW WIND CHILL TEMPERATURE INDEX...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2001
scn01-49chillamd.txtNEW WIND CHILL TEMPERATURE INDEX...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2001
scn01-49chillresend.txtNEW WIND CHILL TEMPERATURE INDEX...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2001
scn01-50disclfpvct.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF IMPROVED FORECASTS FOR VICTORIA CROSSROADS AREA IN SOUTH TEXAS...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2001
scn01-51.txtFORECAST ZONE CONFIGURATION IN EASTERN MAINE... CREATION OF TWO NEW FORECAST ZONES AND RECONFIGURATION OF TWO FORECAST ZONES...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2001
scn01-51mainezfp.txtFORECAST ZONE CONFIGURATION IN EASTERN MAINE... CREATION OF TWO NEW FORECAST ZONES AND RECONFIGURATION OF TWO FORECAST ZONES...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2001
scn01-52fldoutlook.txtREVISED: NEW RIVER FLOOD OUTLOOK NARRATIVE PRODUCT AND ASSOCIATED WEB-BASED GRAPHICS...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 15 2001
scn01-53hpcchg.txtPROPOSED CHANGES TO THE HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER'S ANALYSIS AND GUIDANCE PRODUCTS...COMMENTS ACCEPTED VIA HPC WEB SITE THROUGH DECEMBER 12 2001
scn01-54nebzone.txtREALIGNMENT OF ZONE FORECAST BOUNDARIES IN CHERRY COUNTY NEBRASKA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 20 2001
scn01-55fldout2nd.txtRETRANSMITTED - NEW FLOOD OUTLOOK PRODUCT...SECOND STAGE OF TESTING BEGINS OCTOBER 1 2001
scn01-55fldoutlook.txtNEW FLOOD OUTLOOK PRODUCT...SECOND STAGE OF TESTING BEGINS OCTOBER 1 2001
scn01-56fipschg.txtIMPORTANT CHANGE IN SEVERE WEATHER WARNING CODING FOR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY IN FLORIDA...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 9 2002
scn01-56fipschgcca.txtCORRECTION: IMPORTANT CHANGE IN SEVERE WEATHER WARNING CODING FOR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY IN FLORIDA...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 9 2002
scn01-57floodoutlk.txtNEW SIGNIFICANT RIVER FLOOD OUTLOOK PRODUCT...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2001
scn01-58.txtREMINDER: NEW WIND CHILL TEMPERATURE INDEX...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2001
scn01-58chillfinal.txtREMINDER: NEW WIND CHILL TEMPERATURE INDEX...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2001
scn01-59climatenorms.txtCLIMATE STATION NORMALS FOR DAILY AND MONTHLY CLIMATE REPORTS TO BE UPDATED FROM 1961-1990 NORMALS TO 1971-2000 NORMALS...EFFECTIVE WITH JANUARY 1 2002 DAILY REPORTS AND JANUARY 2002 MONTHLY REPORTS
scn01-60cor.txtNEW EXPERIMENTAL NATIONAL 6- TO 10-DAY COLD TEMPERATURE AND WIND CHILL PROBABILITY OUTLOOKS FROM THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER...AVAILABLE AS OF NOV 1 2001
scn01-60cpcchill.txtNEW EXPERIMENTAL NATIONAL 6- TO 10-DAY COLD TEMPERATURE AND WIND CHILL PROBABILITY OUTLOOKS FROM THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER...AVAILABLE AS OF NOVEMBER 1 2001
scn01-61hydro.txtCORRECTED REMINDER: ENHANCEMENTS TO NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 15 2001
scn01-61hydrocca.txtCORRECTED REMINDER: ENHANCEMENTS TO NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 15 2001
scn01-62rdfdmx.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN DES MOINES IOWA...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 15 2002 ON TUESDAY JANUARY 15 2002...AT 400 PM CST...THE NATIONAL WEATHERSERVICE IN DES MOINES IOWA /DMX/ WILL BEGIN ISSUING ANEXPERIMENTAL PRODUCT CALLED THE DIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT. THE DIGITAL FORECAST IS A PRODUCT WHICH DISPLAYS FORECAST WEATHERPARAMETERS IN 3-HOUR AND 12-HOUR INTERVALS. THE DIGITAL FORMATOF THIS PRODUCT PROMOTES QUICK VISUAL SCANNING OF SELECTEDWEATHER ELEMENTS AND FACILITATES EASE OF USE WITH COMPUTERS. ITALLOWS THE USER TO OBTAIN THE WEATHER PARAMETER/S/ OF CHOICE. THE WMO HEADER FOR THIS PRODUCT WILL BE FOUS53 KDMX. THE AWIPSIDENTIFIER WILL BE RDFDMX. CUSTOMERS WILL NEED TO ADD THESEIDENTIFIERS TO THEIR COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS IF THEY WISH TORECEIVE THE DIGITAL FORECAST. THE FOLLOWING IS AN EXAMPLE OF THE DIGITAL FORECAST...ISSUED BYTHE NWS OFFICE IN KANSAS CITY/PLEASANT HILL MISSOURI: FOUS53 KEAX 210910RDFMCI
scn01-63rdfdtx.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN DETROIT/PONTIAC MICHIGAN...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 15 2002
scn01-64rdfdvn.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN QUAD CITIES IOWA/ILLINOIS...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 15 2002
scn01-65scschg.txtSELECTED CITIES WEATHER SUMMARY AND FORECASTS BULLETIN MODIFICATIONS...EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 11 2001
scn01-66rdfind.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN INDIANAPOLIS IN...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 15 2002 ON TUESDAY JANUARY 15 2002...AT 400 PM EST...THE NATIONAL WEATHERSERVICE IN INDIANAPOLIS INDIANA /IND/ WILL BEGIN ISSUING ANEXPERIMENTAL PRODUCT CALLED THE DIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT.
scn01-67rdflmk.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 15 2002 ON TUESDAY JANUARY 15 2002...AT 400 PM EST...THE NATIONAL WEATHERSERVICE IN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY /LMK/ WILL BEGIN ISSUING ANEXPERIMENTAL PRODUCT CALLED THE DIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT. THE DIGITAL FORECAST IS A PRODUCT WHICH DISPLAYS FORECAST WEATHERPARAMETERS IN 3-HOUR AND 12-HOUR INTERVALS. THE DIGITAL FORMATOF THIS PRODUCT PROMOTES QUICK VISUAL SCANNING OF SELECTEDWEATHER ELEMENTS AND FACILITATES EASE OF USE WITH COMPUTERS. ITALLOWS THE USER TO OBTAIN THE WEATHER PARAMETER/S/ OF CHOICE. THE WMO HEADER FOR THIS PRODUCT WILL BE FOUS53 KLMK. THE AWIPSIDENTIFIER WILL BE RDFLMK. CUSTOMERS WILL NEED TO ADD THESEIDENTIFIERS TO THEIR COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS IF THEY WISH TORECEIVE THE DIGITAL FORECAST. THE FOLLOWING IS AN EXAMPLE OF THE DIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT...ISSUED BY THE NWS OFFICE IN KANSAS CITY/PLEASANT HILL MISSOURI: FOUS53 KEAX 210910RDFMCI
scn01-68rdftop.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN TOPEKA KS...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 15 2002 ON TUESDAY JANUARY 15 2002...AT 400 PM CST...THE NATIONAL WEATHERSERVICE IN TOPEKA KANSAS /TOP/ WILL BEGIN ISSUING AN EXPERIMENTALPRODUCT CALLED THE DIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT.
scn01-69rdfgld.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GOODLAND KS...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 14 2002 ON MONDAY JANUARY 14 2002...AT 300 PM MST...THE NATIONAL WEATHERSERVICE IN GOODLAND KANSAS /GLD/ WILL BEGIN ISSUING ANEXPERIMENTAL PRODUCT CALLED THE DIGITAL FORECAST. THE DIGITAL FORECAST IS A PRODUCT WHICH DISPLAYS FORECAST WEATHERPARAMETERS IN 3-HOUR AND 12-HOUR INTERVALS. THE DIGITAL FORMATOF THIS PRODUCT PROMOTES QUICK VISUAL SCANNING OF SELECTEDWEATHER ELEMENTS AND FACILITATES EASE OF USE WITH COMPUTERS. ITALLOWS THE USER TO OBTAIN THE WEATHER PARAMETER/S/ OF CHOICE.
scn01-70spc3day.txtNEW STORM PREDICTION CENTER DAY THREE SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOKS
scn01-71digital.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN PADUCAH KENTUCKY...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 28 2002
scn01-71rdfpah.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN PADUCAH KENTUCKY...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 28 2002
scn01-72wmo.txtEND-STATE WMO/PIL PRODUCT IDENTIFIERS GO INTO EFFECT FOR WESTERN REGION WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 15 2002
scn01-72wrhydrowmo.txtEND-STATE WMO/PIL PRODUCT IDENTIFIERS GO INTO EFFECT FOR WESTERN REGION WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 15 2002 ON TUESDAY JANUARY 15 2002...AT 9 AM PST /10 AM MST/...24 NWS WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES /WFOS/ IN THE WESTERN U.S. WILL COMPLETETRANSITION TO END-STATE WORLD METEOROLOGICAL ORGANIZATION /WMO/COMMUNICATION HEADERS FOR THEIR HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS...SEE TABLE 1. THE SECOND LINE OF THE PRODUCT HEADER...KNOWN AS THEAWIPS IDENTIFIER...WILL ALSO BE FINALIZED TO REFLECT MODERN SITELOCATION IDENTIFIERS /E.G... GTF WILL BECOME TFX... ETC./. THISWILL AFFECT HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS ISSUED BY OFFICES IN THEFOLLOWING STATES: OREGON...WASHINGTON...CALIFORNIA...ARIZONA...NEVADA...UTAH...IDAHO...AND MONTANA.
scn01-73surf.txtSTANDARDIZATION OF SURF ZONE FORECAST AWIPS IDENTIFIERS...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2 2002
scn01-74outlooks.txtYEAR 2002 ISSUANCE DATES FOR MONTHLY AND SEASONAL CLIMATE OUTLOOKS
scn01-75broomfield.txtNATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TO RECOGNIZE NEW COUNTY IN COLORADO IN NWS WARNINGS AND FORECASTS...IMPORTANT CHANGE IN SEVERE WEATHER CODING AND CHANGES TO THREE COLORADO FORECAST ZONES...EFFECTIVE MARCH 12 2002
scn0101.txtCOASTAL WATERS FORECAST /CWF/ OUTLOOK UNIVERSAL
scn0102.txtINTRODUCTION AND TESTING OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE
scn0103.txtINTRODUCTION AND TESTING OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE
scn0104.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF IMPROVED ZONE COVERAGE FOR BREVARD...
scn0105.txtCHANGES IN SHORT-TERM AND LOCAL FORECAST PRODUCTS IN
scn0105c.txtCHANGES IN SHORT-TERM AND LOCAL FORECAST PRODUCTS IN
scn0106.txtCHANGES IN ZONE AND LOCAL FORECAST PRODUCTS IN
scn0106c.txtCHANGES IN ZONE AND LOCAL FORECAST PRODUCTS IN
scn0107.txtNEW FORMAT FOR TSUNAMI INFORMATION BULLETINS FROM WEST COAST/ALASKA TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER ... EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1 2001
scn02-01rdfabr.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN ABERDEEN SOUTH DAKOTA...EFFECTIVE MARCH 6 2002
scn02-02rdfddc.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN DODGE CITY KANSAS...EFFECTIVE MARCH 6 2002
scn02-03rdfgrb.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GREEN BAY WISCONSIN...EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 26 2002
scn02-04rdfiwx.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN NORTHERN INDIANA...EFFECTIVE MARCH 6 2002
scn02-05rdflsx.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN ST. LOUIS MISSOURI...EFFECTIVE MARCH 6 2002
scn02-06rdfoax.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN OMAHA NEBRASKA...EFFECTIVE MARCH 6 2002
scn02-07olympic.txtHAZARDOUS WINTER WEATHER POTENTIAL PRODUCT FOR THE TRANSPORTATION CORRIDORS TO OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC VENUES IN AND AROUND SALT LAKE CITY UTAH...EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 3 2002
scn02-08hawaiizone.txtRECONFIGURATION OF HAWAII MARINE ZONES...EFFECTIVE MARCH 28 2002
scn02-09rdfgrr.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN...EFFECTIVE MARCH 21 2002
scn02-10tav.txtTRAVELERS FORECAST BULLETINS MODIFICATIONS... EFFECTIVE MARCH 12 2002
scn02-11wrfirewx.txtEND-STATE WMO/AWIPS PRODUCT IDENTIFIERS GO INTO EFFECT FOR WESTERN REGION WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES FIRE WEATHER PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE APRIL 2 2002
scn02-12drought.txtNEW RELEASE DATE FOR DROUGHT OUTLOOK...EFFECTIVE THURSDAY MARCH 14 2002
scn02-13azcounty.txtRENAMING OF ARIZONA ZONE IN PINAL COUNTY... EFFECTIVE APRIL 8 2002
scn02-14akcombo.txtPROPOSAL FOR A COMBINED PUBLIC/MARINE PRODUCT FOR SELECTED PUBLIC AND MARINE ZONES IN ALASKA...A 60-DAY PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD BEGINS MARCH 26 2002
scn02-15rdfapx.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN GAYLORD MICHIGAN... EFFECTIVE MAY 1 2002
scn02-16rdffgf.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE EASTERN NORTH DAKOTA/GRAND FORKS... EFFECTIVE APRIL 23 2002
scn02-17rdfgid.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN HASTINGS NEBRASKA... EFFECTIVE MAY 8 2002
scn02-18rdflbf.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN NORTH PLATTE NEBRASKA... EFFECTIVE MAY 8 2002
scn02-19rdflot.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN CHICAGO ILLINOIS... EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2002
scn02-20rdfmkx.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE NEAR SULLIVAN WISCONSIN... EFFECTIVE MAY 6 2002
scn02-21marinedir.txtUPDATED MARINE PROGRAM DIRECTIVES...EFFECTIVE MAY 21 2002
scn02-22offshoreHI.txtOFFSHORE FORECAST FOR HAWAII WILL BE SEPARATED FROM THE COASTAL FORECAST FOR HAWAII...EFFECTIVE JUNE 3 2002
scn02-23tpcproduct.txtSUBJECT NEW HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER TROPICAL CYCLONE PRODUCT...EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2002
scn02-24-hazardprod.txtRENAMING OF U.S. THREATS ASSESSMENT PRODUCT TO HAZARDS ASSESSMENT PRODUCT...EFFECTIVE APRIL 16 2002
scn02-24hazardprod.txtRENAMING OF U.S. THREATS ASSESSMENT PRODUCT TO HAZARDS ASSESSMENT PRODUCT...EFFECTIVE APRIL 16 2002
scn02-25heat.txtNEW NWS PROBABILISTIC HEAT INDEX PRODUCT SUITE... EFFECTIVE MAY 1 2002
scn02-25heatcca.txtCORRECTION - NEW NWS PROBABILISTIC HEAT INDEX PRODUCT SUITE...EFFECTIVE MAY 1 2002
scn02-26akmarine.txtMARINE PROGRAM IN ALASKA
scn02-27cca.txtCORRECTION: END-STATE WMO/AWIPS PRODUCT IDENTIFIERS FOR WESTERN REGION PUBLIC WARNING PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE MAY 29 2002
scn02-27wrwmo.txtEND-STATE WMO/AWIPS PRODUCT IDENTIFIERS FOR WESTERN REGION PUBLIC WARNING PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE MAY 29 2002
scn02-28digitlfrcst-mqt.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN MARQUETTE MICHIGAN...EFFECTIVE JUNE 4 2002
scn02-28rdfmqt.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN MARQUETTE MICHIGAN...EFFECTIVE JUNE 4 2002
scn02-29phizone.txtFORECAST ZONE CONFIGURATION IN SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY... RECONFIGURATION OF BURLINGTON COUNTY INTO TWO SEPARATE FORECAST ZONES...EFFECTIVE JUNE 5 2002
scn02-29zonenj.txtFORECAST ZONE CONFIGURATION IN SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY... RECONFIGURATION OF BURLINGTON COUNTY INTO TWO SEPARATE FORECAST ZONES...EFFECTIVE JUNE 5 2002
scn02-30cpcheat.txtRESUMPTION OF NATIONAL EXCESSIVE HEAT OUTLOOK PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE MAY 1 2002
scn02-31wrmarine.txtWESTERN REGION MARINE WEATHER RELATED PRODUCTS CHANGE TO END-STATE WMO/AWIPS IDENTIFIERS...EFFECTIVE MAY 29 2002
scn02-31wrwmomarine.txtWESTERN REGION MARINE WEATHER RELATED PRODUCTS CHANGE TO END-STATE WMO/AWIPS IDENTIFIERS...EFFECTIVE MAY 29 2002
scn02-32unrzone.txtREALIGNMENT OF SELECTED ZONE FORECAST BOUNDARIES IN SOUTH DAKOTA AND WYOMING...EFFECTIVE JUNE 4 2002
scn02-32unrzoneupd.txtCORRECTED AND UPDATED - REALIGNMENT OF SELECTED ZONE FORECAST BOUNDARIES IN SOUTH DAKOTA AND WYOMING...EFFECTIVE JUNE 4 2002
scn02-33spcwou.txtNEW WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE MESSAGES FROM THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER...EFFECTIVE JULY 15 2002
scn02-33spcwoucca.txtCORRECTION: NEW WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE MESSAGES FROM THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER...EFFECTIVE JULY 15 2002
scn02-34wcn.txtNEW WATCH COUNTY NOTIFICATION MESSAGE FOR SELECTED WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES...EFFECTIVE JULY 15 2002
scn02-35_ugcformchg.txtUNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHIC CODE FORM CHANGE IN THE CIVIL EMERGENCY MESSAGE PRODUCT...EFFECTIVE JULY 17 2002
scn02-36tsu.txtCHANGE TO PRODUCT IDENTIFIERS OF TSUNAMI AND EARTHQUAKE PRODUCTS...AND NEW TSUNAMI PRODUCTS TO BE ISSUED... EFFECTIVE JULY 31
scn02-37lfpbro.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF PUBLIC FORECAST SERVICE CHANGES FOR DEEP SOUTH TEXAS...EFFECTIVE AUGUST 6 2002
scn02-38climate.txtSUBJECTS: REVISED 1971-2000 CLIMATE STATION NORMALS FOR ALL ELEMENTS...EFFECTIVE JULY 1 2002
scn02-39wouwcndelay.txtDELAYED START DATE FOR WATCH COUNTY NOTIFICATION AND WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE MESSAGE OPERATIONAL EVALUATION
scn02-40svr-ffw.txtCOMBINED SEVERE THUNDERSTORM FLASH FLOOD WARNING TEST AUGUST 12 TO OCTOBER 1 2002
scn02-41pubzone.txtREALIGNMENT OF ZONE FORECAST BOUNDARIES IN SOUTHEAST AND SOUTH CENTRAL COLORADO...EFFECTIVE AUGUST 13 2002
scn02-41pubzonecca.txtCORRECTED: REALIGNMENT OF ZONE FORECAST BOUNDARIES IN SOUTHEAST AND SOUTH CENTRAL COLORADO...EFFECTIVE AUGUST 13 2002
scn02-42wwcb.txtTRANSFER OF SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES FOR WEEKLY WEATHER AND CROP REPORT...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1 2002 HARD COPY PRINTING AND CUSTOMER MAILING RESPONSIBILITIES OF THEWEEKLY WEATHER AND CROP BULLETIN /WWCB/ WILL BE TRANSFERRED FROMNOAA/NWS/S AND USDA/S JOINT AGRICULTURAL WEATHER FACILITY TO THENOAA/NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER/S /NCDC/ SUBSCRIPTION SERVICESCENTER AS A RENEWABLE 1-YEAR SUBSCRIPTION. THE ELECTRONIC WWCBVERSION REMAINS FREE AND IS PRINT-AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET AT/USE LOWER CASE/
scn02-43hwo.txtNEW DAILY HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK PRODUCT FOR ALL WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 2002 ON TUESDAY OCTOBER 1 2002 AT 0400 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME/UTC/...ALL WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES LISTED BELOW WILL BEGINISSUING AN OPERATIONAL DAILY TEXT PRODUCT CALLED THEHAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK /HWO/.
scn02-43hwocca.txtDAILY HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK PRODUCT FOR ALL WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 2002
scn02-44srrdf.txtDIGITAL FORECAST PRODUCT FROM SOUTHERN REGION NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICES
scn02-45michiganzone.txtCREATION OF NEW ZONE FORECAST BOUNDARIES IN UPPER MICHIGAN FOR HOUGHTON AND SCHOOLCRAFT COUNTIES... EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 15 2002
scn02-46wyomingzone.txtCREATION OF NEW ZONE FORECAST BOUNDARIES IN WESTERN AND CENTRAL WYOMING...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 15 2002
scn02-47climate_outlook.txtREVISION TO REMAINING YEAR 2002 ISSUANCE DATES FOR ONE-MONTH AND THREE-MONTH CLIMATE OUTLOOKS THE FOLLOWING IS THE REVISED SCHEDULE OF ISSUANCE DATES FOR THE REMAINDER OF 2002 FOR THE ONE-MONTH AND THREE-MONTH CLIMATE OUTLOOKS.
scn02-47climate_outlookcca.txtREVISION TO REMAINING YEAR 2002 ISSUANCE DATES FOR ONE- MONTH AND THREE-MONTH CLIMATE OUTLOOKS
scn02-48s_america.txtLATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN HOURLY WEATHER ROUNDUP PRODUCT FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TEXAS...EFFECTIVE OCT 31 2002
scn02-48s_america3.txtLATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN HOURLY WEATHER ROUNDUP PRODUCT FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TEXAS...EFFECTIVE OCT 31 2002
scn02-49greatlakes.txtCHANGES TO GREAT LAKES LAKESHORE FLOOD PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2002
scn02-50sst.txtISSUANCE OF TROPICAL PACIFIC MEAN SEA-SURFACE TEMPERATURE /SST/ OUTLOOK ON NOAAPORT...FOS...NWWS...AND EMWIN... EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 11 2002 EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 11 2002...THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER /CPC/WILL ISSUE A MONTHLY TROPICAL PACIFIC SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE /SST/OUTLOOK ON NOAAPORT...FAMILY OF SERVICES /FOS/...NOAA WEATHERWIRE SERVICE /NWWS/...AND EMERGENCY MANAGERS WEATHER INFORMATIONNETWORK /EMWIN/. CPC WILL ISSUE THE SST OUTLOOK AT 300 PM EASTERNLOCAL TIME ON THE FRIDAY BEFORE THE ISSUANCE OF THEIR ONE-MONTH ANDTHREE-MONTH TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION OUTLOOKS SINCE CLIMATEOUTLOOK TECHNIQUES RELY SIGNIFICANTLY UPON SST FIELDS. THE REST OFTHE 2002 DATES FOR SST OUTLOOKS ARE NOVEMBER 15 AND DECEMBER 13.CPC WILL TRANSMIT THE OUTLOOK...IN TABULAR TEXT FORMAT...WITH THEFOLLOWING IDENTIFIERS.
scn02-51enso.txtISSUANCE OF EL NINO/SOUTHERN OSCILLATION /ENSO/ DIAGNOSTIC DISCUSSION ON NOAAPORT...FOS...NWWS...AND EMWIN...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 10 2002
scn02-52dro.txtISSUANCE OF U.S. DROUGHT OUTLOOK ON NOAAPORT AND FAMILY OF SERVICES... EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 2002
scn02-53poe.txtNEW PROBABILITY OF EXCEEDENCE CLIMATE OUTLOOKS... EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 17 2002
scn02-54svs_ugc_chg.txtSEVERE WEATHER STATEMENT CHANGE FROM ZONE UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHIC CODE TO COUNTY UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHIC CODE...EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 18 2002 ON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 18 2002 AT 1200 COORDINATED UNIVERSALTIME /UTC/...ALL WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES /WFO/ IN THECONTINENTAL UNITED STATES WILL CHANGE THEIR SEVERE WEATHERSTATEMENTS /SVS/ FROM THE ZONE /Z/ FORM OF THE UNIVERSALGEOGRAPHIC CODE /UGC/ TO THE COUNTY /C/ FORM OF THE UGC. NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICES IN ALASKA...HAWAII...ANDGUAM WILL CONTINUE TO USE THE ZONE /Z/ FORM OF THE UGC INSEVERE WEATHER STATEMENTS.
scn02-55akcwf.txtCHANGES TO ALASKA REGION COASTAL WATERS FORECAST PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 7 2003
scn02-56wfohun.txtNEW WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE /WFO/ IN HUNTSVILLE ALABAMA BEGINS ISSUING PRODUCTS PREVIOUSLY ISSUED BY WFO BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 14 2003
scn02-56wfohun_cca.txtCORRECTED: NEW WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE /WFO/ IN HUNTSVILLE ALABAMA BEGINS ISSUING PRODUCTS PREVIOUSLY ISSUED BY WFO BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 14 2003
scn02-57lfphun.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF IMPROVED FORECASTS FOR HUNTSVILLE AREA IN ALABAMA...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 14 2003
scn02-58hpcwinter.txtCHANGE OF ISSUANCE TIME FOR THE 0615 UTC DAY 1 FINAL PROBABILISTIC WINTER WEATHER GUIDANCE GRAPHICS FROM NCEP HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER /HPC/... EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 12 2002
scn02-59_text_formats.txtSTANDARDIZED NWS FORMATS AND CODES FOR PLAIN LANGUAGE PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY 12 2002
scn02-59_text_formats_cca.txtCORRECTION: STANDARDIZED NWS FORMATS AND CODES FOR PLAIN LANGUAGE PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY 12 2003
scn02-59textformat_aaa.txtSUBJECT UPDATE...IMPLEMENTATION OF STANDARDIZED NWS FORMATS AND CODES FOR PLAIN LANGUAGE PRODUCTS
scn03-01ncepformatchg.txtMODIFICATIONS TO SELECTED NCEP TEXT PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY 12 2003
scn03-02ilxendstate.txtEND-STATE WMO/AWIPS PRODUCT IDENTIFIERS FOR WFO CENTRAL ILLINOIS PUBLIC PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE MARCH 4 2003
scn03-03crhydro.txtCONSISTENT UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHIC CODE /UGC/ TYPES FOR HYDROLOGY PRODUCT SUITE IN CENTRAL REGION...EFFECTIVE MARCH 25 2003
scn03-04dmcats.txtCHANGE TO U.S. DROUGHT MONITOR IMPACT CATEGORIES... EFFECTIVE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20 2003.
scn03-04scndmcats.txtCHANGE TO U.S. DROUGHT MONITOR IMPACT CATEGORIES... EFFECTIVE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20 2003.
scn03-05cr-endstate.txtEND-STATE WMO/AWIPS PRODUCT IDENTIFIERS FOR EIGHT CENTRAL REGION WARNING PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE MARCH 25 2003
scn03-05cr-endstate_webcca.txtEND-STATE WMO/AWIPS PRODUCT IDENTIFIERS FOR EIGHT CENTRAL REGION WARNING PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE MARCH 25 2003
scn03-06slsakq.txtVIRGINIA AREAL OUTLINE PRODUCT /SLS/ FOR SEVERE THUNDERSTORM AND TORNADO WATCHES WILL ORIGINATE FROM NWS WFO WAKEFIELD VA...EFFECTIVE MARCH 31 2003.
scn03-07chszones.txtFORECAST ZONE CHANGES IN SOUTHEAST GEORGIA AND SOUTHEAST SOUTH CAROLINA...EFFECTIVE MARCH 31 2003
scn03-07chszones_aaa.txtSUBJECT UPDATED - FORECAST ZONE CHANGES IN SOUTHEAST GEORGIA AND SOUTHEAST SOUTH CAROLINA...EFFECTIVE APRIL 30 2003
scn03-07chszones_cca.txtSUBJECT CORRECTED - FORECAST ZONE CHANGES IN SOUTHEAST GEORGIA AND SOUTHEAST SOUTH CAROLINA...EFFECTIVE APRIL 30 2003
scn03-07chszonescca.txtFORECAST ZONE CHANGES IN SOUTHEAST GEORGIA AND SOUTHEAST SOUTH CAROLINA...EFFECTIVE MARCH 31 2003
scn03-08bufzones.txtFORECAST ZONE CHANGES IN WESTERN NEW YORK... EFFECTIVE MARCH 31 2003
scn03-08bufzones_aaa.txtSUBJECT UPDATED - FORECAST ZONE CHANGES IN WESTERN NEW YORK... EFFECTIVE APRIL 30 2003
scn03-09btvzones.txtFORECAST ZONE CHANGES IN WESTERN VERMONT AND NORTHERN NEW YORK...EFFECTIVE MARCH 31 2003
scn03-09btvzones_aaa.txtSUBJECT UPDATED - FORECAST ZONE CHANGES IN WESTERN VERMONT AND NORTHERN NEW YORK...EFFECTIVE APRIL 30 2003
scn03-10boxzones.txtFORECAST ZONE CHANGES IN SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND... EFFECTIVE MARCH 31 2003
scn03-10boxzones_aaa.txtSUBJECT UPDATED - FORECAST ZONE CHANGES IN SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND...EFFECTIVE APRIL 30 2003
scn03-11bgmzones.txtFORECAST ZONE CHANGES IN NORTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA... EFFECTIVE MARCH 31 2003
scn03-11bgmzones_aaa.txtSUBJECT UPDATED - FORECAST ZONE CHANGES IN NORTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA...EFFECTIVE APRIL 30 2003
scn03-12alyzones.txtFORECAST ZONE CHANGES IN EASTERN NEW YORK AND WESTERN NEW ENGLAND...EFFECTIVE MARCH 31 2003
scn03-12alyzones_aaa.txtSUBJECT UPDATED - FORECAST ZONE CHANGES IN EASTERN NEW YORK AND WESTERN NEW ENGLAND...EFFECTIVE APRIL 30 2003
scn03-13wou.txtSUBJECT WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE MESSAGES FROM THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER...EFFECTIVE APRIL 15 2003 ON TUESDAY...APRIL 15 2003 AT 1200 UTC /COORDINATED UNIVERSALTIME/ THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER /SPC/ WILL BEGIN ISSUING ANEXPERIMENTAL TEXT PRODUCT CALLED THE WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE MESSAGE/WOU/ FOR THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES. THE WOU MESSAGE DEPICTSALL COUNTIES AND INDEPENDENT CITIES WITHIN A SEVERE THUNDERSTORMOR TORNADO WATCH AT THE TIME OF INITIAL ISSUANCE. UPDATED WOU/SISSUED AT THE TOP OF EACH HOUR...DEPICT THE COUNTIES ANDINDEPENDENT CITIES REMAINING IN THE WATCH AREA.
scn03-14wcn.txtSUBJECT WATCH COUNTY NOTIFICATION MESSAGE FOR SELECTED WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES...EFFECTIVE APRIL 15 2003
scn03-15ctpzones.txtSUBJECT FORECAST ZONE BOUNDARY CHANGES IN CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA...EFFECTIVE APRIL 30 2003
scn03-16tropical_5day.txtSUBJECT CHANGES TO TROPICAL CYCLONE PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2003
scn03-17HPC_Analysis.txtSUBJECT PROPOSED CHANGES TO HPC/S NORTH AMERICAN SURFACE ANALYSIS PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE JUNE 3 2003. RESPONSES REQUESTED BY MAY 9 2003
scn03-18loxccf.txtSUBJECT CHANGE OF CODED CITIES FORECAST /CCF/ SITE IDENTIFIER ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CALIFORNIA...EFFECTIVE MAY 1 2003 EFFECTIVE THURSDAY...MAY 1 2003 AT 0000 COORDINATED UNIVERSALTIME /UTC/...500 PM PACIFIC DAYLIGHT TIME...NOAA/S NATIONALWEATHER SERVICE /NWS/ IN LOS ANGELES/OXNARD CA /LOX/ WILL CHANGETHE CODED CITIES FORECAST /CCF/ SITE IDENTIFIER FROM THE CURRENTLOS ANGELES AIRPORT SITE /LAX/ TO THE DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES SITE/CQT/. THE CQT IDENTIFIER REPRESENTS THE DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELESAUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVING SITE /ASOS/...LOCATED AT THEUNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA /USC/.
scn03-19_10-1701_tpt.txtSUBJECT CORRECTED: MODIFICATIONS TO SELECTED NWS TEXT PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE APRIL 15 2003 AT 10 AM EDT
scn03-19_10-1701_tpt_cca.txtSUBJECT CORRECTED: MODIFICATIONS TO SELECTED NWS TEXT PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE APRIL 15 2003 AT 10 AM EDT
scn03-20marinezone.txtSUBJECT MARINE ZONE RECONFIGURATION IN LAKE ONTARIO... EFFECTIVE TUESDAY JUNE 3 2003
scn03-21heatindex.txtSUBJECT ADDITION TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PROBABILISTIC HEAT INDEX PRODUCT SUITE...EFFECTIVE MAY 1 2003
scn03-22ak_wmo.txtSUBJECT END-STATE WMO/AWIPS PRODUCT IDENTIFIERS FOR ALASKA REGION SEVERE WEATHER WARNING PRODUCTS AND ONE RED FLAG WARNING PRODUCT...EFFECTIVE MAY 5 2003
scn03-23ak_zones.txtSUBJECT CHANGES TO ALASKA REGION PUBLIC ZONE NAMES... EFFECTIVE JUNE 16 2003
scn03-23ak_zones_aaa.txtSUBJECT UPDATED - CHANGES TO ALASKA REGION PUBLIC ZONE NAMES... EFFECTIVE JUNE 16 2003
scn03-24surf.txtSUBJECT CHANGES TO SURF ZONE FORECAST AND RIP CURRENT PROGRAM...EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2003
scn03-25sft.txtSUBJECT EXPERIMENTAL TABULAR STATE FORECAST PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE JUNE 13 2003
scn03-25sft_cca.txtSUBJECT CORRECTED...TABULAR STATE FORECAST PRODUCTS TO BE ISSUED BY NWS OFFICES IN THE CONTINENTAL U.S... EFFECTIVE JUNE 13 2003
scn03-26neversent.txtSUBJECT CHANGES TO TROPICAL CYCLONE FORECAST/ADVISORY PRODUCT EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2003
scn03-26tcm_chg.txtSUBJECT CHANGES TO TROPICAL CYCLONE FORECAST/ADVISORY PRODUCT...EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2003
scn03-26tropicaladvsry.txtSUBJECT CHANGES TO TROPICAL CYCLONE FORECAST/ADVISORY PRODUCT EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2003
scn03-27atl_hurcn.txtSUBJECT ATLANTIC HURRICANE OUTLOOK TO BE ISSUED MAY 19 2003
scn03-28ep_hurcn.txtSUBJECT EXPERIMENTAL EASTERN PACIFIC HURRICANE OUTLOOK TO BE ISSUED JUNE 11 2003
scn03-29cp_hurcn.txtSUBJECT CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE OUTLOOK TO BE ISSUED MAY 19 2003
scn03-30sr_hydro_gph.txtSUBJECT EXPERIMENTAL HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION GRAPHICS...FEEDBACK ACCEPTED THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30 2003
scn03-31vtec-test_paya.txtSUBJECT INTRODUCTION AND TESTING OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE AT THE YAKUTAT ALASKA WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE... EFFECTIVE AUGUST 19 2003
scn03-32mlb_climate.txtSUBJECT IDENTIFIER CHANGE FOR DAYTONA BEACH...VERO BEACH...AND ORLANDO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FOR CLIMATE INFORMATION AND RECORD REPORTS...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1 2003
scn03-33srhsaxfer.txtSUBJECT SERVICE TRANSFER OF NINE RIVER FORECAST POINTS TO THE HOUSTON WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE ON SEPTEMBER 2 2003
scn03-34_aaa.txtSUBJECT UPDATED...RESTRUCTURING OF COASTAL WATERS FORECAST PRODUCT COLLECTIVES AND MODERNIZATION OF COMMUNICATIONS HEADINGS IN ALASKA...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 9 2003 AT 4 PM ADT
scn03-34akmarine.txtSUBJECT RESTRUCTURING OF COASTAL WATERS FORECAST PRODUCT COLLECTIVES AND MODERNIZATION OF COMMUNICATIONS HEADINGS...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 3 2003 AT 4 PM ADT
scn03-35guam_marine.txtSUBJECT ADDITION OF NEW MARINE AND PUBLIC UGC CODES FOR GUAM GEOGRAPHIC AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 3 2003.
scn03-35guam_marine_aaa.txtSUBJECT UPDATED...POSTPONEMENT OF NEW MARINE UGC CODES FOR GUAM GEOGRAPHIC AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY...EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY
scn03-35guam_marine_resent.txtSUBJECT ADDITION OF NEW MARINE AND PUBLIC UGC CODES FOR GUAM GEOGRAPHIC AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 3 2003.
scn03-36mem_aqi.txtSUBJECT IDENTIFIER CHANGE FOR MEMPHIS/SHELBY COUNTY TENNESSEE OZONE ADVISORY AND FORECAST...EFFECTIVE TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 2003
scn03-36mem_aqi_cca.txtSUBJECT IDENTIFIER CHANGE FOR MEMPHIS/SHELBY COUNTY TENNESSEE OZONE ADVISORY AND FORECAST...EFFECTIVE TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 2003
scn03-37_aaa.txtSUBJECT UPDATED...RESTRUCTURING OF PUBLIC AND FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AND WARNING PRODUCT COLLECTIVES AND MODERNIZING OF COMMUNICATIONS HEADINGS IN ALASKA... EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 9 2003
scn03-37ar_pub_fire.txtSUBJECT RESTRUCTURING OF PUBLIC AND FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AND WARNING PRODUCT COLLECTIVES AND MODERNIZING OF COMMUNICATIONS HEADINGS...EFFECTIVE SEP 3 2003
scn03-37ar_pub_fire_rev.txtSUBJECT RESTRUCTURING OF PUBLIC AND FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AND WARNING PRODUCT COLLECTIVES AND MODERNIZING OF COMMUNICATIONS HEADINGS...EFFECTIVE SEPtEMBER 3 2003
scn03-38afm_pfm.txtSUBJECT NEW AREA AND POINT FORECAST MATRICES PRODUCTS FROM WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 2003 BEGINNING ON WEDNESDAY...OCTOBER 1 2003...AT 1800 UTC/COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME/...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE /NWS/WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES /WFO/ WILL BEGIN A PHASED IMPLEMENTATIONOF TWO NEW PRODUCTS...POINT AND AREA FORECAST MATRICES. THEPERIOD OF IMPLEMENTATION WILL CONTINUE THROUGH DECEMBER 312003...AT WHICH TIME ALL WFOS IN THE CONTIGUOUS UNITED STATES/CONUS/ WILL BE ISSUING THE POINT FORECAST MATRICES /PFM/. THEAREA FORECAST MATRICES /AFM/ WILL BE AN OPTIONAL PRODUCT. ASSOFTWARE BECOMES AVAILABLE...OFF CONUS /OCONUS/ WFOS WILL ALSOBEGIN ISSUING THESE NEW PRODUCTS IN THE SAME MANNER AS CONUSWFOS.
scn03-39zfp_format.txtSUBJECT ZONE FORECAST PRODUCT MODIFIED FORMAT AND PHASED IMPLEMENTATION...EFFECTIVE BEGINNING OCTOBER 1 2003 ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1 2003...AT 1800 UTC /COORDINATED UNIVERSALTIME/...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICES /WFO/ WILLIMPLEMENT A NEW DIRECTIVE...NWS INSTRUCTION 10-503...WFO PUBLICWEATHER FORECAST PRODUCTS SPECIFICATION. THIS NEW DIRECTIVE SETSPOLICY FOR AN IMPROVED ZONE FORECAST PRODUCT /ZFP/ IN A MODIFIEDFORMAT. THE NEW ZFP FORMAT WILL BE IMPLEMENTED AT MOST CONTIGUOUS UNITEDSTATES /CONUS/ WFOS ON OCTOBER 1 2003. THE MODIFIED ZFP FORMATWILL BE PHASED IN AT THE REMAINDER OF CONUS WFOS THROUGH DECEMBER 31 2003...AS NEW SOFTWARE BECOMES AVAILABLE AT THOSELOCATIONS. OFF CONUS /OCONUS/ WFOS WILL ALSO BEGIN ISSUING THEZFP IN THIS MODIFIED FORMAT AS SOFTWARE BECOMES AVAILABLE DURING2004. THE IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE OF THE NEW ZFP FORMAT ATOCONUS WFOS WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN A FUTURE SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE.
scn03-40hydro_ak.txtSUBJECT CHANGE IN SCHEDULED ISSUANCE TIME OF SELECTED ALASKA REGION HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE AUGUST 20 2003
scn03-41sfpmqt.txtSUBJECT NEW STATE FORECAST PRODUCT FOR THE UPPER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 2003
scn03-42winter_gph.txtSUBJECT CHANGE OF ISSUANCE TIME FOR THE DAY 1 AND DAY 2 FINAL PROBABILISTIC WINTER WEATHER GUIDANCE GRAPHICS ISSUED BY NCEP HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER /HPC/... EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 30 2003
scn03-43nv_zone_xfer.txtSUBJECT PUBLIC FORECAST ZONE TRANSFER IN CENTRAL NEVADA... EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 20 2003
scn03-43nv_zone_xfer_cca.txtSUBJECT CORRECTED...PUBLIC FORECAST ZONE TRANSFER IN CENTRAL NEVADA...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 20 2003
scn03-44cpc_outlook.txtSUBJECT PROBABILITY FORMAT CHANGES TO ONE-MONTH AND THREE-MONTH OUTLOOKS...EFFECTIVE THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18 2003
scn03-45cli_rer_mem.txtSUBJECT IDENTIFIER CHANGE FOR CLIMATE INFORMATION AND RECORD REPORTS FOR JACKSON TENNESSEE...JONESBORO ARKANSAS AND TUPELO MISSISSIPPI...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2003
scn03-46cli_rer_tx1.txtSUBJECT NEW CLIMATE INFORMATION AND RECORD REPORTS FOR CLARKSVILLE AND CROSSVILLE TENNESSEE...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2003
scn03-47cli_rer_tx2.txtSUBJECT IDENTIFIER CHANGE FOR CLIMATE INFORMATION AND RECORD REPORTS FOR COLLEGE STATION AND GALVESTON TEXAS... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2003
scn03-48cli_rer_tx3.txtSUBJECT NEW CLIMATE INFORMATION AND RECORD REPORTS FOR CHILDRESS TEXAS...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2003
scn03-49cli_ar_tx.txtSUBJECT NEW CLIMATE INFORMATION FOR DE QUEEN ARKANSAS...EL DORADO ARKANSAS...LONGVIEW TEXAS...LUFKIN TEXAS... MONROE LOUISIANA...TEXARKANA TEXAS...AND TYLER TEXAS...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2003
scn03-50cli_rer_hrl_mfe.txtSUBJECT NEW CLIMATE INFORMATION PRODUCT FOR HARLINGEN AND MCALLEN TEXAS...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2003
scn03-51cli_rer_nm.txtSUBJECT NEW CLIMATE INFORMATION AND RECORD REPORTS FOR CLAYTON AND ROSWELL NEW MEXICO...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2003
scn03-52cli_rer_att.txtSUBJECT IDENTIFIER CHANGE FOR CLIMATE NFORMATION AND RECORD REPORTS FOR AUSTIN CAMP MABRY TEXAS...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2003
scn03-53cli_rer_vct.txtSUBJECT IDENTIFIER CHANGE FOR CLIMATE INFORMATION AND RECORD REPORTS FOR VICTORIA TEXAS...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2003
scn03-54xfer_to_hun.txtSUBJECT WARNING AND FORECAST RESPONSIBILITY FOR LINCOLN...MOORE AND FRANKLIN COUNTIES IN TENNESSEE TO BE TRANSFERRED TO WFO HUNTSVILLE ALABAMA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2003
scn03-55cli_rer_ga.txtSUBJECT NEW CLIMATE INFORMATION AND RECORD REPORTS FOR ALMA AND SAINT SIMONS ISLAND GEORGIA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2003
scn03-56rer_ar_ok.txtSUBJECT IDENTIFIER CHANGE FOR RECORD REPORTS FOR BARTLESVILLE OKLAHOMA...FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS...MCALESTER OKLAHOMA AND MUSKOGEE OKLAHOMA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2003
scn03-57rer_pns.txtSUBJECT IDENTIFIER CHANGE FOR RECORD REPORTS FOR PENSACOLA FLORIDA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2003
scn03-58hwo.txtSUBJECT HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK CHANGE FROM NON- SEGMENTED TO SEGMENTED FORMAT...EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2 2003 ON TUESDAY DECEMBER 2 2003 AT 1200 COORDINATED UNIVERSALTIME /UTC/...ALL WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES WILL CHANGE THEIRHAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK /HWO/ FROM A NON-SEGMENTED TOSEGMENTED FORMAT.
scn03-59lsr_format.txtSUBJECT NEW PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT FORMAT... EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 16 2003 ON TUESDAY DECEMBER 16 2003 AT 1200 COORDINATED UNIVERSALTIME /UTC/...ALL WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES WILL CHANGE THEIRPRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT /LSR/ TO A NEW FORMAT. THISNEW FORMAT PROVIDES EVENT SPECIFIC LATITUDE AND LONGITUDEINFORMATION AND PRESENTS EVENT INFORMATION IN A USERFRIENDLY MANNER.
scn03-60sps_format.txtSUBJECT SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT CHANGE FROM NON- SEGMENTED TO SEGMENTED FORMAT...EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2 2003 ON TUESDAY DECEMBER 2 2003 AT 1200 COORDINATED UNIVERSALTIME /UTC/...ALL WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES WILL CHANGE THEIRSPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENTS /SPS/ FROM A NON-SEGMENTED TOSEGMENTED FORMAT.
scn03-60sps_format_cca.txtSUBJECT CORRECTED...SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT CHANGE FROM NON-SEGMENTED TO SEGMENTED FORMAT...EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2 2003
scn03-61ak_marine.txtSUBJECT MODIFICATIONS TO MARINE ZONE BOUNDARIES IN ALASKA AND FORMAT AND COMMUNICATIONS HEADING CHANGES TO THE COASTAL WATERS FORECAST PRODUCTS IN ALASKA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 19 2003 AND DECEMBER 16 2003 AT 4 PM ALASKA STANDARD TIME /AST/
scn03-61ak_marine_aaa.txtSUBJECT UPDATED...MODIFICATIONS TO MARINE ZONE BOUNDARIES IN ALASKA AND FORMAT AND COMMUNICATIONS HEADING CHANGES TO THE COASTAL WATERS FORECAST PRODUCTS IN ALASKA... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 19 2003 AND JANUARY 13 2004 AT 4 PM ALASKA STANDARD TIME /AST/
scn03-62ak_restructure.txtSUBJECT RESTRUCTURING OF PUBLIC...HYDRO...AND MARINE WEATHER FORECAST AND WARNING PRODUCT COLLECTIVES AT WFO ANCHORAGE AND MODERNIZING OF COMMUNICATIONS HEADINGS AT ALASKA WFOS...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 19 2003 AND DECEMBER 16 2003
scn03-62ak_restructure_aaa.txtSUBJECT UPDATED...RESTRUCTURING OF PUBLIC...HYDRO...AND MARINE WEATHER FORECAST AND WARNING PRODUCT COLLECTIVES AT WFO ANCHORAGE AND MODERNIZING OF COMMUNICATION IDENTIFIERS AT ALASKA WFOS...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 19 2003 AND JANUARY 13 2004
scn03-63ak_zfp.txtSUBJECT ZONE FORECAST PRODUCT MODIFIED FORMAT...CHANGES TO PUBLIC ZONE BOUNDARIES...AND PHASED IMPLEMENTATION... EFFECTIVE BEGINNING NOVEMBER 19 2003 ON WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 19 2003 AT 400 PM ALASKA STANDARD TIME /AST/...THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE /NWS/ WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE /WFO/ IN JUNEAU ALASKA WILL IMPLEMENT CHANGES CALLED FOR IN A NEW DIRECTIVE...NWS INSTRUCTION 10-503...WFO PUBLIC WEATHER FORECAST PRODUCTS SPECIFICATION. THIS NEW DIRECTIVE SETS POLICY FOR AN IMPROVED ZONE FORECAST PRODUCT /ZFP/ IN A MODIFIED FORMAT. THE REMAINING ALASKAN WFOS...WFO ANCHORAGE AND WFO FAIRBANKS...WILL IMPLEMENT THESE CHANGES ON TUESDAY...DECEMBER 16 2003.
scn03-64cli_aaf.txtSUBJECT COMMUNICATION IDENTIFIER CHANGE FOR CLIMATE INFORMATION FOR APALACHICOLA /AAF/ FLORIDA...EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 15 2003
scn03-65cli_dfw.txtSUBJECT IDENTIFIER CHANGE...NEW CLIMATE INFORMATION AND RECORD REPORT FOR DALLAS/FORT WORTH TEXAS AND NEW PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT PRODUCTS FOR DALLAS/FORT WORTH AND WACO TEXAS...EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 1 2003
scn03-66wou.txtSUBJECT WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE MESSAGES FROM THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 6 2004 ON TUESDAY...JANUARY 6 2004 AT 1200 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME/UTC/ THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER /SPC/ WILL BEGIN ISSUING ANOPERATIONAL TEXT PRODUCT CALLED THE WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE MESSAGE/WOU/ FOR THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES. THE WOU MESSAGE DEPICTSALL COUNTIES AND INDEPENDENT CITIES WITHIN A SEVERE THUNDERSTORMOR TORNADO WATCH AT THE TIME OF INITIAL ISSUANCE.
scn03-67hydro.txtSUBJECT CHANGES TO NWS HYDROLOGY PRODUCTS EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 9 2004
scn03-68sft_texas.txtSUBJECT WEST TEXAS STATE FORECAST PRODUCT CHANGE... EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 15 2003
scn03-69eqr.txtSUBJECT STANDARDIZATION OF WMO HEADINGS AND AWIPS IDENTIFIERS FOR EARTHQUAKE REPORTS /EQR/...EFFECTIVE NO LATER THAN JANUARY 7 2004 BETWEEN NOW AND WEDNESDAY JANUARY 7 2004 AT 1200 COORDINATEDUNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/...ALL NWS WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES WILL BESTANDARDIZING THE AWIPS IDS FOR EARTHQUAKE REPORTS TOEQRXXX...WHERE XXX REPRESENTS THE 3-LETTER ISSUING OFFICE ID. CURRENTLY EARTHQUAKE REPORTS ARE SENT AS EITHER EQREQI OR EQRXXX. IN ADDITION TO STANDARDIZING THE PREVIOUSLY MENTIONED AWIPS IDSTHERE ARE SOME CHANGES TO WMO HEADINGS /SEE TABLE 1 FOR DETAILS/.
scn03-70bs_windchill.txtSUBJECT PRODUCT CATEGORY CHANGE FOR BLOWING SNOW AND WIND CHILL PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE NO LATER THAN DECEMBER 23 2003
scn03-71sft_tn.txtSUBJECT TENNESSEE STATE FORECAST PRODUCT FORMAT CHANGE... EFFECTIVE JANUARY 14 2004
scn03-72notification.txtSUBJECT NEW NWS PROCEDURES FOR NATIONAL SERVICE AND TECHNICAL CHANGE MESSAGES...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 7 2004
scn03-73agonew.txtSUBJECT IDENTIFIER CHANGE FOR SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA AND SOUTH MISSISSIPPI AGRICULTURAL OBSERVATIONS PRODUCT... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 4 2003
scn03-74ARoffshoretimechg.txtSUBJECT CHANGE IN SCHEDULED ISSUANCE TIME OF ALASKA REGION OFFSHORE MARINE FORECASTS...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 13 2004
scn03-75cligfk.txtSUBJECT IDENTIFIER CHANGE FOR GRAND FORKS AIRPORT NORTH DAKOTA CLIMATE INFORMATION...EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1 2004
scn03-76fire_zones.txtSUBJECT FIRE WEATHER ZONE NUMBERS TO REPLACE PUBLIC ZONE NUMBERS IN FIRE WEATHER FORECAST PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 26 2004 ON FEBRUARY 26 2004 AT 1200 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/...ALL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST OFFICES WILL BEGIN ISSUINGTHE FIRE WEATHER PRE-SUPPRESSION FORECAST /FWF/ AND RED FLAGWARNING /RFW/ WITH FIRE WEATHER ZONE NUMBERS INSTEAD OF PUBLICWEATHER ZONE NUMBERS IN THE UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHIC CODE /UGC/.
scn04-01sft_la.txtLOUISIANA STATE FORECAST PRODUCT CHANGE... EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2004
scn04-02sft_nm.txtNEW MEXICO STATE FORECAST PRODUCT CHANGE... EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2004
scn04-02sft_nm_cca.txtCORRECTED...NEW MEXICO STATE FORECAST PRODUCT CHANGE... EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2004
scn04-03cpc_timechg.txtCHANGE IN RELEASE TIME /TO 830 AM EASTERN TIME/ FOR THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER/S ONE- AND THREE-MONTH OUTLOOKS AND U.S.DROUGHT OUTLOOK...EFFECTIVE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19 2004 ON THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19 2004...THE CLIMATE PREDICTION CENTER/CPC/ WILL CHANGE THE RELEASE TIME FOR THE OFFICIAL ONE- ANDTHREE-MONTH OUTLOOKS AND U.S. DROUGHT OUTLOOK TO 830 AM EASTERNTIME INSTEAD OF 300 PM EASTERN TIME. THESE PRODUCTS WILLCONTINUE TO BE ISSUED ON THE THIRD THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH.
scn04-04sls.txtWMO HEADING CHANGES FOR SEVERE THUNDERSTORM AND TORNADO WATCH AREA OUTLINE STATEMENT PRODUCTS FOR MAINE AND VERMONT TO REFLECT ORIGINATING OFFICE...EFFECTIVE APRIL 6 2004
scn04-05watch_status.txtENHANCEMENTS TO THE WATCH STATUS MESSAGES FROM THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER...EFFECTIVE APRIL 20 2004 ON TUESDAY...APRIL 20 2004 AT 1200 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/ THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER /SPC/ WILL BEGIN ADDING ENHANCED INFORMATION TO THE SPC WATCH STATUS MESSAGE /WWA/. THE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION WILL BE AT THE END OF THE CURRENT PRODUCT...FOLLOWING A DOUBLE AMPERSAND //. THE ADDED INFORMATION CONSISTS OF UGC AND COUNTY...PARISH...AND INDEPENDENT-CITY NAMES FOR AREAS WHERE THE SEVERE WEATHER THREAT CONTINUES. THE FORMAT OF THIS ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS SIMILAR TO THE FORMAT OF THE SPC WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE /WOU/ MESSAGE. THE ENHANCED INFORMATION AT THE BOTTOM OF THE WATCH STATUS MESSAGE IS A MORE DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS TO THE RIGHT OF THE STATUS LINE LOCATED AT THE BEGINNING OF THE PRODUCT. FOR REFERENCE...THE WMO HEADER OF THE STATUS PRODUCT IS WOUS20 KWNS. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THE CHANGES TO THIS PRODUCT PLEASE CONTACT: RICHARD OKULSKI NWS/FIRE AND PUBLIC WEATHER SERVICES BRANCH 301-713-1867x114 DR. RUSSELL SCHNEIDER NWS/STORM PREDICTION CENTER 405-579-0704 TWO EXAMPLES OF AN OPERATIONAL WATCH STATUS WITH THE ADDITIONAL UGC AND COUNTY INFORMATION MAY BE ACCESSED AT THE FOLLOWING SITE (USE LOWER CASE LETTERS). THE FIRST IS A WATCH STATUS MESSAGE AND THE SECOND IS A FINAL/CLOSEOUT WATCH STATUS MESSAGE FOR A PARTICULAR WATCH. HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/OS/WATCH/WATCHSTATUSSCN04EXAMPLES.PDF THIS NOTICE AND OTHER SERVICE CHANGE NOTICES ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT /USE LOWER CASE LETTERS/: HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/OM/NOTIF.HTM $$ NNNN
scn04-06wind_adv.txtWIND ADVISORY PRODUCT IMPLEMENTATION AT WFO PENDLETON OREGON ON MARCH 15 2004
scn04-07TX_hydro_xfer.txtSERVICE TRANSFER OF ONE RIVER FORECAST POINT TO THE HOUSTON WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE...EFFECTIVE MAY 11 2004
scn04-07TX_hydro_xfer_cca.txtCORRECTED...SERVICE TRANSFER OF ONE RIVER FORECAST POINT TO THE HOUSTON WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE...EFFECTIVE MAY 11 2004
scn04-08uvi_chg.txtULTRAVIOLET INDEX PRODUCT CHANGES...EFFECTIVE MAY 18 2004
scn04-09firewx_xfer.txtFIRE WEATHER FORECAST AND RED FLAG WARNING RESPONSIBILITY FOR OREGON FIRE WEATHER ZONES 609...610...AND 611 TRANSFERRING TO WFO PENDLETON FROM WFO PORTLAND...EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2004
scn04-09firewx_xfer_cca.txtCORRECTED: FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AND RED FLAG WARNING RESPONSIBILITY FOR OREGON FIRE WEATHER ZONES 609...610...AND 611 TRANSFERRING TO WFO PENDLETON FROM WFO PORTLAND...EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2004
scn04-10eas_event_nwr.txtNATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM /EAS/ EVENT CODES AND SPECIFIC AREA MESSAGE ENCODING /SAME/ CODES ON NOAA WEATHER RADIO AND THE EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM...EFFECTIVE JUNE 30 2004
scn04-11firewx_xfer_calif.txtFIRE WEATHER FORECAST AND RED FLAG WARNING RESPONSIBILITY FOR CALIFORNIA FIRE WEATHER ZONE 211 TRANSFERRED TO WFO SACRAMENTO FROM WFO SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA CALIFORNIA...EFFECTIVE MAY 17 2004
scn04-12wr_climate.txtNEW CLIMATE REPORTS FOR WESTERN UNITED STATES SITES... EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2004 EFFECTIVE TUESDAY JUNE 1 2004 AT 200 A.M. MOUNTAIN STANDARD TIME /MST/...0900 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/...NEW DAILYAND MONTHLY CLIMATE REPORTS FROM VARIOUS WESTERN UNITED STATESSITES WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE.
scn04-13hfo_awips_pub.txtWFO HONOLULU HAWAII MODERNIZATION OF PRODUCTS - CHANGING OF AWIPS IDENTIFICATION CODES... EFFECTIVE JULY 15 2004
scn04-13hfo_awips_pub_cca.txtCORRECTED...WFO HONOLULU HAWAII MODERNIZATION OF PRODUCTS - CHANGING OF AWIPS IDENTIFICATION CODES... EFFECTIVE JULY 15 2004
scn04-14hfo_pub_zones.txtWFO HONOLULU HAWAII MODERNIZATION OF PRODUCTS - RESTRUCTURING OF PUBLIC ZONES...EFFECTIVE JULY 15 2004
scn04-15hfo_ugc.txtWFO HONOLULU HAWAII MODERNIZATION OF PRODUCTS - TRANSITIONING OF WARNING PRODUCTS TO COUNTY-BASED CODES...EFFECTIVE JULY 15 2004
scn04-16hfo_marine_awips.txtCOMMUNICATION IDENTIFIER CHANGES FOR WFO HONOLULU MARINE PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE JULY 15 2004
scn04-17hfo_marine_zones.txtCHANGES TO HAWAII COASTAL MARINE ZONE BOUNDARIES... INCREASE HAWAII COASTAL MARINE ZONES FROM TWO TO TO FIFTEEN...EFFECTIVE JULY 15 2004
scn04-18firewx_ddc.txtNEW FIRE WEATHER FORECAST PRODUCTS IN THE DODGE CITY KANSAS COUNTY WARNING AREA...EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2004
scn04-19opc_analysis.txtMODIFICATION OF NORTHERN ATLANTIC HEMISPHERIC ANALYSIS AND THE NORTHERN PACIFIC HEMISPHERIC ANALYSIS... EFFECTIVE JUNE 15 2004
scn04-19opc_analysis_cca.txtCORRECTED: MODIFICATION OF NORTHERN ATLANTIC HEMISPHERIC ANALYSIS AND THE NORTHERN PACIFIC HEMISPHERIC ANALYSIS...EFFECTIVE JUNE 15 2004
scn04-20firewx_lbf.txtNEW FIRE WEATHER FORECAST PRODUCT FOR USERS IN THE NORTH PLATTE COUNTY WARNING AREA...EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2004
scn04-21complan2.txtCOMMUNICATIONS IDENTIFIER TRANSITION PHASE ONE IMPLEMENTATION...EFFECTIVE JUNE 8 2004
scn04-21updateaaa.txtSUBJECT:COMMUNICATIONS IDENTIFIER /CID/ TRANSITION PHASE ONE IMPLEMENTATION...EFFECTIVE JUNE 15 2004
scn04-22coms12.txtCOMMUNICATIONS IDENTIFIER TRANSITION PLAN THE NWS HAS BEEN REVIEWING ALL COMMUNICATION IDENTIFIERS/CID/ FOR COMPLIANCE WITH NWS AND WORLD METEOROLOGICAL ORGANIZATION /WMO/ CID POLICIES. NWS CIDS CONSIST OF THE WMO HEADING ON ONE LINE FOLLOWED BY THE AWIPS IDENTIFIER ON A SECOND LINE. NOTE: NOT ALL NWS PRODUCTS REQUIRE AN AWIPS IDENTIFIER. PRESENTLY MANY NWS OFFICES ISSUE PRODUCTS WITH A MIX OF CIDS.SOME ARE COMPLIANT WITH CURRENT NWS AND WMO POLICIES WHILE OTHERSARE NOT. EXAMPLE: MANY NWS OFFICES ISSUE SOME PRODUCTS USINGTHEIR OLD SITE IDS AND OTHER PRODUCTS WITH THEIR NEWER SITE ID.HOWEVER...OVER THE NEXT YEAR...NWS WILL BE WORKING TO CONVERT ALLCIDS SO THEY ARE COMPLIANT WITH NWS AND WMO POLICIES. CID CHANGES ARE PLANNED FOR SIX PHASES BASED PRIMARILY ON RELATEDPRODUCT CATEGORIES. THE FIRST PHASE IS PLANNED FOR JUNE 2004WITH SUBSEQUENT PHASES FOLLOWING APPROXIMATELY 60 DAYS APART.CONSIDERATION WILL BE GIVEN TO THE NUMBER OF CHANGES IN EACHPHASE AND PRODUCT CATEGORIES MAY BE MOVED TO BETTER BALANCE THEPHASES OR FOR OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS. FUTURE DATA MANAGEMENT NOTICES WILL BE ISSUED 75 DAYS BEFORE THEEFFECTIVE DATE OF EACH OF THE SIX PHASES OF CID CHANGES. EACHNOTICE WILL REFERENCE AN EXPLICIT LIST OF ALL AFFECTED CIDS IN THAT PHASE AND THE SPECIFIC CID CHANGES TO BE MADE. SIMILARNOTICES SUCH AS NATIONAL SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE AND LOCAL OR REGIONAL PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS WILL ALSO BEDISSEMINATED IN THE SAME TIME FRAME. INFORMATION CONCERNING THE IMPENDING CHANGES WILL BE POSTED ON THE DATA MANAGEMENT /DM/ WEB PAGE AND ON A CID TRANSITION WEB PAGE. THE URL FOR THE DM WEB PAGE AND THE CID TRANSITION WEB PAGE IS POSTED BELOW /USE LOWER CASE/ HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/DATAMGMT/INDEX.HTML THE URL FOR THE CID TRANSITION WEB PAGE IS /USE LOWER CASE/ HTTP://WWW.NWS.NOAA.GOV/DATAMGMT/CID.HTML DATA MANAGEMENT IS THE PRIMARY LEAD FOR CID TRANSITION IMPLEMENTATION. EACH NWS REGIONAL HEADQUARTERS OFFICE THE NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION /NCEP/ AND MANY LOCAL NWS OFFICES ALSO HAVE A CID TRANSITION POINT OF CONTACT /POC/. BEFORE EACH PHASE NWS OFFICES MAY ELECT TO TEST PRODUCTS AS PART OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CID CHANGES. ALL TEST PRODUCTS WILLFOLLOW THE PRESCRIBED FORMAT FOR TEST MESSAGES DOCUMENTED IN NWSINSTRUCTION 10-1701. ALL TESTS WILL BE COORDINATED WITH DATA MANAGEMENT.
scn04-23vtec.txtSUBJECT ADD MARINE ZONES AND VALID TIME EVENT CODE TO WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE MESSAGES...EFFECTIVE JULY 7 2004 ON WEDNESDAY...JULY 7 2004 AT 1200 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/ THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER /SPC/ WILL ADD ADJACENT COASTAL WATERS MARINE ZONES AND VALID TIME EVENTCODE TO AN OPERATIONAL TEXT PRODUCT CALLED THE WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE MESSAGE /WOU/. ADJACENT COASTAL WATERS MARINEZONES REFER TO A WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE/S NEAR SHORE RESPONSIBILITY. THIS RESPONSIBILITY IS OUT TO 20 NAUTICAL MILES FOR THE PACIFIC AND ATLANTIC OCEANS AND THE GULF OF MEXICO. ALL GREAT LAKES MARINE ZONES WILL BE INCLUDED IN WOU/S.
scn04-24vtecmr.txtWATCH STATUS MESSAGES WITH ADJACENT COASTAL WATERS MARINE ZONES...EFFECTIVE JULY 7 2004 ON WEDNESDAY...JULY 7 2004 AT 1200 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/ THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER /SPC/ WILL BEGIN ADDING ADJACENT COASTAL WATERS MARINE ZONES TO THE SPC WATCH STATUS MESSAGE /AWIPS ID WWASPC/. THE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION WILL BE AT THE END OF THE CURRENT PRODUCT... FOLLOWING A DOUBLE AMPERSAND /. ADJACENT COASTAL WATERS MARINE ZONES REFER TO A WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE/S NEAR SHORE RESPONSIBILITY. THIS RESPONSIBILITY IS OUT TO 20 NAUTICAL MILES FOR THE PACIFIC AND ATLANTIC OCEANS AND THE GULF OF MEXICO. ALL GREAT LAKES MARINE ZONES WILL BE INCLUDED IN WATCH STATUS MESSAGES. FOR REFERENCE...THE WMO HEADER OF THE STATUS PRODUCT IS WOUS20 KWNS.
scn04-25rtp.txtCHANGE IN AWIPS IDS AND WMO IDS FOR TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION...WEATHER SUMMARY...AND WEATHER ROUNDUP PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE JULY 01 2004
scn04-25rtpcca.txtCHANGE IN AWIPS IDS AND WMO IDS FOR TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION...WEATHER SUMMARY...AND WEATHER ROUNDUP PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE JULY 01 2004
scn04-26atl.txtATLANTIC AND EAST PACIFIC TROPICAL WEATHER DISCUSSION FORMAT CHANGES
scn04-27cmbn-wrn.txtCOMBINED SEVERE THUNDERSTORM AND FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS TO BE ISSUED IN SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES THIS MONSOON SEASON: EFFECTIVE JULY 1 2004
scn04-28firewx_zone_slc.txtEXISTING WFO SALT LAKE CITY FIRE WEATHER ZONE BOUNDARY CHANGES FOR ZONES 427...428...429...431...432... 436...437 AND 438...EFFECTIVE MAY 1 2004
scn04-29nhc_splash.txtSPLASH TIME ADDED TO THE REMARKS SECTION OF TEMP DROP MESSAGE FOR TROPICAL CYCLONES...EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2004
scn04-30sfp_texas.txtSOUTH TEXAS STATE FORECAST PRODUCT CHANGE... EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1 2004
scn04-31marinezone_jax.txtMARINE ZONE COVERAGE CHANGE FOR NORTHEAST FLORIDA COASTAL AND INLAND WATERS...EFFECTIVE JULY 27 2004.
scn04-32usvirginislands.txtNEW WEATHER SUMMARY PRODUCTS FOR THE VIRGIN ISLANDS OF THE UNITED STATES...EFFECTIVE JULY 27 2004
scn04-33cancelfirezone.txtCANCELLATION OF SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE 04-11: SCHEDULED TRANSFER OF FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AND RED FLAG WARNING RESPONSIBILITY FOR CALIFORNIA FIRE WEATHER ZONE 211
scn04-34cancel04-27.txtCANCELLATION OF SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE 04-27... COMBINED SEVERE THUNDERSTORM AND FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS IN THE SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES
scn04-34cancel04-27combined_warnings.txtCANCELLATION OF SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE 04-27... COMBINED SEVERE THUNDERSTORM AND FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS IN THE SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES
scn04-35exces_precip.txtSUBJECT: CHANGE TO FORMAT OF EXCESSIVE PRECIPITATION GRAPHIC...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 5 2004
scn04-36_7-day-river.txtENHANCEMENT TO HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS ISSUED BY NWS OFFICES IN ITS CENTRAL REGION...EFFECTIVE AUGUST 24 2004
scn04-37_7-day-rvd.txtENHANCEMENT TO HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS ISSUED BY NWS OFFICES IN ITS CENTRAL REGION...EFFECTIVE JULY 14 2004
scn04-38one-month_outlook.txtSUBJECT: UPDATE TO ONE-MONTH OUTLOOK FOR CONTIGUOUS U.S. AND ALASKA ON THE LAST DAY OF THE MONTH AT 300 PM EASTERN TIME...EFFECTIVE JULY 31 2004
scn04-39EAScodes.txtSUBJECT: NEW COMMUNICATION IDENTIFIERS FOR NON-WEATHER RELATED EMERGENCY TEXT PRODUCTS TRANSMITTED ON NOAAPORT... NWWS... EMWIN... AND FAMILY OF SERVICES... EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 8 2004.
scn04-40segment-format.txtCHANGE TO SEGMENTED FORMAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER STATEMENT...FLASH FLOOD STATEMENT...MARINE WEATHER STATEMENT...AND COASTAL FLOOD PRODUCT EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 3 2004
scn04-40segment-formataaa.txtAMENDED...CHANGE TO SEGMENTED FORMAT FOR SEVERE WEATHER STATEMENT...FLASH FLOOD STATEMENT...MARINE WEATHER STATEMENT...AND COASTAL FLOOD PRODUCT... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 3 2004
scn04-41cid_plan.txtSUBJECT: COMMUNICATIONS IDENTIFIER TRANSITION /CID/ PLAN UPDATE
scn04-42hpc-winter.txtREPLACEMENT OF WINTER WEATHER PRODUCTS BY THE HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 22 2004
scn04-43_modify_clm.txtMODIFIED CONTENT OF CLIMATOLOGICAL REPORT /LONGER TERM/...PRODUCT CATEGORY CLM
scn04-44_so_ca_boundchg.txtSUBJECT: PUBLIC FORECAST ZONE BOUNDARY MODIFICATION IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16 2004
scn04-45_vtec.txtOPERATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ IN MOST NWS EVENT-DRIVEN PRODUCTS EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 8 2005
scn04-45_vtecaaa.txtAMENDED...OPERATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ IN MOST NWS EVENT-DRIVEN PRODUCTS EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 8 2005
scn04-45aab_vtec.txtAMENDED...OPERATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ IN MOST NWS EVENT-DRIVEN PRODUCTS EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 8 2005...EXCEPT EFFECTIVE MARCH 16 2005 FOR WFO ANCHORAGE
scn04-46navtex_ak.txtSUBJECT:CHANGE IN COMMUNICATIONS HEADINGS FOR ALASKA REGION NAVTEX PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 15 2004
scn04-47_LegacyDisc.txtDISCONTINUATION OF LEGACY CONVECTIVE WATCH PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 22 2005
scn04-47_LegacyDisc_aaa.txtAMENDED: DISCONTINUATION OF LEGACY CONVECTIVE WATCH PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 22 2005
scn04-47_LegacyDisc_aaacca.txtCORRECTED: AMENDED: DISCONTINUATION OF LEGACY CONVECTIVE WATCH PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 22 2005
scn04-47_LegacyDiscontinue.txtDISCONTINUATION OF LEGACY CONVECTIVE WATCH PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 22 2005
scn04-47_LegacyDiscontinue_aaa.txtAMENDED: DISCONTINUATION OF LEGACY CONVECTIVE WATCH PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 22 2005
scn04-47_LegacyDiscontinue_aaacca.txtCORRECTED: AMENDED: DISCONTINUATION OF LEGACY CONVECTIVE WATCH PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 22 2005
scn04-48_wbc_ops.txtOPERATIONAL WATCH BY COUNTY PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 8 2005
scn04-48_wbc_opsaaa.txtAMENDED...CHANGE TO OPERATIONAL WATCH BY COUNTY PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 8 2005
scn04-48_wbc_opsaaacca.txtCORRECTED...AMENDED...CHANGE TO OPERATIONAL WATCH BY COUNTY PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 8 2005
scn04-49_montana_zone_changecca.txtCORRECTED...PUBLIC FORECAST ZONE BOUNDARY MODIFICATION IN SOUTHERN MONTANA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 30 2004
scn04-49_mt_zone_change.txtPUBLIC FORECAST ZONE BOUNDARY MODIFICATION IN SOUTHERN MONTANA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 30 2004
scn04-50_ak_zone_change.txtSUBJECT MARINE AND PUBLIC ZONE BOUNDARY CHANGES IN ANCHORAGE ALASKA AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 30 2004 AT 4 PM AKST
scn04-51_vtec format_hydro.txtCHANGE TO STANDARDIZED...VTEC-ENCODED FORMAT FOR HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 8 2004
scn04-51vtec format_hydrocca.txtCORRECTED: CHANGE TO STANDARDIZED...VTEC-ENCODED FORMAT FOR HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 8 2005
scn04-52_cid_impl.txtCOMMUNICATIONS IDENTIFIER TRANSITION OF COMBINED PHASE IMPLEMENTATION...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 9 2004
scn04-53CliftonForgeFIPS.txtSUBJECT: CHANGE OF CLIFTON FORGE... VA FROM INDEPENDENT CITY TO TOWN STATUS IN PUBLIC PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1 2005
scn04-53CliftonForgeFIPScca.txtCORRECTED...CHANGE OF CLIFTON FORGE...VA FROM INDEPENDENT CITY TO TOWN STATUS IN PUBLIC PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1 2005
scn04-54_CIDFinalReminder.txtREMINDER OF COMMUNICATIONS IDENTIFIER TRANSITION COMBINED PHASE IMPLEMENTATION... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 9 2004
scn04-55_wr_ffs.txtCHANGE IN WESTERN REGION FOLLOW UP STATEMENT TO FLASH FLOOD WARNING /FFW/ FROM FLOOD STATEMENT /FLS/ TO FLASH FLOOD STATEMENT /FFS/...EFFECTIVE MARCH 17 2005
scn04-56vtec_hydro_delay.txtFOLLOW UP TO SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE 04-51... DELAY IN VTEC FOR HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS
scn04-57bear_lake_zn_chg.txtCOUNTY WARNING FORECAST AREA CHANGE FOR WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES SALT LAKE CITY... UT AND POCATELLO... ID...EFFECTIVE MAY 2 2005
scn04-58ak_restructure.txtRESTRUCTURING OF SELECT ANCHORAGE ALASKA PUBLIC... HYDROLOGICAL...AND MARINE PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE MARCH 16 2005 AT 4 PM AST
scn05-01rva_kansas_city.txtHYDROLOGIC PRODUCT FOR RESERVOIR INFORMATION ISSUED BY NOAA NWS FORECAST OFFICE KANSAS CITY /PLEASANT HILL/ IN CENTRAL REGION...EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1 2005
scn05-02marine_zone_chg_ak.txtSUBJECT MODIFICATIONS TO THE MARINE ZONE BOUNDARIES IN THE ARCTIC COASTAL WATERS IN ALASKA...EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2005 AT 00 UTC
scn05-03cca_mi_marine_trnsfr.txtCORRECTED: CHANGE OF RESPONSIBILITY OF MARINE SERVICE IN SOUTHEAST LAKE MICHIGAN...AND NEW MARINE PRODUCT IDENTIFIERS ON TUESDAY MAY 24 2005.
scn05-03marine_resp_iwx.txtCHANGE OF RESPONSIBILITY OF MARINE SERVICE IN EXTREME SOUTHEAST LAKE MICHIGAN...AND NEW MARINE PRODUCT IDS: EFFECTIVE AT 1200 UTC ON TUESDAY APRIL 5 2005
scn05-04marine_zonechg_seattle.txtSUBJECT:MARINE ZONE NAME CHANGES FOR NORTHERN AND CENTRAL WASHINGTON COASTAL AND INLAND WATERS...EFFECTIVE THURSDAY JUNE 23 2005.
scn05-05inland_rename.txtRENAMING OF TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCH/WARNING PRODUCT FOR INLAND AREAS: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2005 AT 5 AM EDT
scn05-06_id_chng_tce_tcu.txtCHANGES IN PRODUCT IDENTIFIERS FOR TROPICAL CYCLONE POSITION ESTIMATE AND TROPICAL CYCLONE UPDATE PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2005 AT 5 AM EDT
scn05-07fire_zone_change.txtSUBJECT:FIRE WEATHER ZONE BOUNDARY MODIFICATION IN NORTH CENTRAL OREGON AND SOUTHEAST WASHINGTON: EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2005
scn05-08GrandRapidsFireZoneChg.txtSUBJECT:ASSUMPTION OF FIRE WEATHER PROGRAM AT WFO GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN AND ASSOCIATED IMPLEMENTATION OF A SUITE OF FIRE WEATHER PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE MARCH 15 2005
scn05-09GaylordFireZoneChg.txtSUBJECT:CHANGE OF FIRE WEATHER RESPONSIBILITY AND FIRE WEATHER ZONES AT WFO GAYLORD MICHIGAN...EFFECTIVE MARCH 15 2005
scn05-10_NM_firewx_zone_chg.txtSUBJECT:CHANGES TO THE BOUNDARIES OF THE FIRE WEATHER ZONES IN NEW MEXICO: EFFECTIVE APRIL 28 2005
scn05-11_firewx_guam.txtSUBJECT:IMPLEMENTATION OF FIRE WEATHER PROGRAM AT WFO GUAM AND ASSOCIATED SUITE OF FIRE WEATHER PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2005
scn05-12FireWxDetroit.txtSUBJECT:ASSUMPTION OF FIRE WEATHER PROGRAM AT WFO DETROIT MICHIGAN AND ASSOCIATED IMPLEMENTATION OF A SUITE OF FIRE WEATHER PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE APRIL 19 2005
scn05-13albemarle_marine_zonechg.txtSUBJECT MODIFICATIONS TO THE MARINE ZONE BOUNDARY IN THE ALBEMARLE SOUND: EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY... JULY 13 2005 AT 00 UTC
scn05-14_CFWproducts.txt
scn05-15hazardous_seas.txtSMALL CRAFT ADVISORY FOR HAZARDOUS SEAS...A NEW HEADLINE...EFFECTIVE TUESDAY...AUGUST 2 2005... AT 00 UTC
scn05-16_tsunami_change.txtSUBJECT:NEW TSUNAMI PROGRAM AND WATCH AND WARNING PRODUCTS AVAILABLE FOR GULF AND EASTERN COAST UNITED STATES ...EFFECTIVE APRIL 20 2005
scn05-17gaylord_fire_zones.txtCHANGE OF FIRE WEATHER ZONES ISSUED BY WFO GAYLORD MICHIGAN...EFFECTIVE JULY 5 2005
scn05-18detroit_fire_zones.txtCHANGE OF FIRE WEATHER ZONES ISSUED BY WFO DETROIT MICHIGAN...EFFECTIVE JULY 5 2005 EFFECTIVE TUESDAY...JULY 5 AT 0001 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/...1901 CENTRAL DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME /CDT/...THE NWS WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE /WFO/ IN DETROIT... MICHIGAN /DTX/ WILL RECONFIGURE ITS FIRE WEATHER ZONES TO USE THE ONE COUNTY...ONE ZONE CONCEPT.
scn05-18detroit_fire_zones_cca.txtCORRECTED: CHANGE OF FIRE WEATHER ZONES ISSUED BY WFO DETROIT MICHIGAN: EFFECTIVE JULY 5 2005
scn05-19grandrapids_fire_zones.txtCHANGE OF FIRE WEATHER ZONES ISSUED BY WFO GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN: EFFECTIVE JULY 5 2005
scn05-20_Montana.txtSUBJECT:PUBLIC ZONE BOUNDARY CHANGES IN MISSOULA MONTANA AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY...EFFECTIVE AUGUST 31 2005
scn05-21_hurr_local_stmnt.txtISSUANCE OF HURRICANE LOCAL STATEMENTS /HLS/ BY INLAND WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES /WFOS/
scn05-21_hurr_local_stmntcca.txtISSUANCE OF HURRICANE LOCAL STATEMENTS /HLS/ BY INLAND WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES /WFOS/
scn05-21_hurr_local_stmntcca_cca.txtISSUANCE OF HURRICANE LOCAL STATEMENTS /HLS/ BY INLAND WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES /WFOS/
scn05-22zone_change_ca.txtRECONFIGURATION OF PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES FOR THE GREATER SAN FRANCISCO AND MONTEREY BAY AREAS OF CALIFORNIA: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 20 2005
scn05-23_small-craft_adv.txtNWS WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES WITH MARINE AND COASTAL RESPONSIBILITIES MAY ISSUE UP TO FOUR TYPES OF SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY HEADLINES IN THE COASTAL WATERS FORECAST /CWF/ AND NEARSHORE MARINE FORECAST /NSH/ BEGINNING ON TUESDAY...NOVEMBER 1 2005 ...AT 00 UTC
scn05-24aaa-vtec-update.txtOPERATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ IN SEVEN NWS EVENT-DRIVEN PRODUCTS AND TWO ROUTINE MARINE PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2005: REMINDER AND UPDATE
scn05-24ghg_vtec.txtOPERATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ IN SEVEN NWS EVENT-DRIVEN PRODUCTS AND TWO ROUTINE MARINE PRODUCTS EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2005
scn05-25oper_wbc.txtOPERATIONAL WATCH BY COUNTY PRODUCTS...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2005
scn05-26discontinue.txtDISCONTINUATION OF CONVECTIVE WATCH PRODUCT... EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2005
scn05-27air_stagntn.txtPRODUCT CATEGORY CHANGE FOR AIR STAGNATION ADVISORIES ...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2005
scn05-28hydro_vtec.txtFOLLOW UP TO SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE 04-56... IMPLEMENTATION OF VTEC IN HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS
scn05-29pndletn_ zone_chg.txtRECONFIGURATION OF SOME PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES ISSUED BY WFO PENDLETON OREGON: EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 15 2005
scn05-30_hrcn_rpt.txtISSUANCE OF POST STORM HURRICANE REPORTS /PSH/ BY INLAND WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES /WFOS/: EFFECTIVE AUGUST 10 2005
scn05-31_lch_marine_zns.txtSUBJECT IMPLEMENTING IMPROVED MARINE ZONE COVERAGE ACROSS COASTAL WATERS FROM THE LOWER ATCHAFALAYA RIVER... LA TO CAMERON... LA OUT 60 NAUTICAL MILES: EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 1 2005
scn05-32sid_tstm_chg.txtSUBJECT CHANGE IN SITE LOCATION IDENTIFIERS IN SEVERE THUNDERSTORM AND TORNADO WATCH BULLETINS... EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 25 2005
scn05-33medford_zone_chg.txtCHANGES IN COASTAL WATERS MARINE ZONES BETWEEN FLORENCE AND CAPE BLANCO... OREGON: EFFECTIVE JANUARY 10 2006
scn05-34qpf_day2_3.txtCHANGE TO DAY 2 AND DAY 3 QUANTITATIVE PRECIPITATION FORECAST /QPF/ AND DISCUSSION TIMES: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 11 2005
scn05-35aaa_keywest.txtSUBJECT: AMENDED: COMMUNICATIONS IDENTIFIER CHANGES FOR WFO KEY WEST...EFFECTIVE DATE RESCHEDULED TO TUESDAY MAY 2 2006
scn05-35aab_keywest_id_chg.txtAMENDED: COMMUNICATIONS IDENTIFIER CHANGES FOR WFO KEY WEST: EFFECTIVE DATE CHANGED TO WEDNESDAY MAY 17 2006
scn05-35aac_keywest_id_chg.txtAMENDED: COMMUNICATIONS IDENTIFIER CHANGES FOR WFO KEY WEST: EFFECTIVE DATE CHANGED TO THURSDAY MAY 18 2006
scn05-35keywest_id_chg.txtCOMMUNICATIONS IDENTIFIER CHANGES FOR WFO KEY WEST: EFFECTIVE JANUARY 18 2006
scn05-36brownsville_zn_chg.txtSUBJECT: IMPLEMENTING IMPROVED MARINE ZONE COVERAGE ACROSS COASTAL WATERS FROM BAFFIN BAY...TX TO THE MOUTH OF THE RIO GRANDE...TX: EFFECTIVE JANUARY 11 2006
scn05-37modified_lsr_format.txtMODIFIED PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT FORMAT: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 8 2006
scn05-38watch_saw_chg.txtREMOVAL OF OBSOLETE LATITUDE/LONGITUDE INFORMATION FROM THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER PUBLIC WATCH PRODUCT /SEL/ AND ADDITION OF ENHANCED LATITUDE/LONGITUDE INFORMATION IN THE AVIATION WATCH PRODUCT /SAW/: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 14 2006
scn05-39outlook_points_chg.txtREMOVAL OF THE AREAL DESCRIPTION RELATIVE TO ANCHOR POINTS IN STORM PREDICTION CENTER SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK PRODUCTS FOR DAYS 1 AND 2: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 14 2006
scn05-40hydro_xfer_meg.txtTRANSFER OF HYDROLOGIC SERVICES FROM MEMPHIS WFO TO JACKSON WFO...EFFECTIVE NOV 30 2005
scn05-41seattle_zn_chg.txtRECONFIGURATION OF PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES AND ZONE NUMBERS FOR WESTERN WASHINGTON: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 28 2006
scn05-42aaa_ridge_radar_display.txtAMENDED: OPERATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF RIDGE RADAR DISPLAYS AND DISCONTINUANCE OF CURRENT NWS RADAR IMAGERY: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 21, 2006
scn05-42ridge_radar.txtOPERATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF RIDGE RADAR DISPLAYS AND DISCONTINUANCE OF CURRENT NWS RADAR IMAGERY... EFFECTIVE JANUARY 31 2006
scn05-43hfo_ghg_vtec.txtHONOLULU WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE /WFO/ OPERATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ IN SIX NWS EVENT-DRIVEN PRODUCTS AND ONE ROUTINE MARINE PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE JANUARY 17 2006
scn06-01ZoneChg_gsp.txtZONE FORECAST BOUNDARY CHANGES FOR PARTS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA FOOTHILLS: EFFECTIVE MAY 9 2006.
scn06-01cca_ZoneChg_gsp.txtZONE FORECAST BOUNDARY CHANGES FOR PARTS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA FOOTHILLS...EFFECTIVE MAY 9 2006.
scn06-02cca_hydro_chg_vtec.txtCORRECTED: UPDATE ON UPCOMING CHANGES IN HYDROLOGIC PRODUCT FORMATS...DELAY IN IMPLEMENTATION OF VTEC FOR CERTAIN HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS
scn06-02ccb_hydro_chg_vtec.txtUPDATE ON UPCOMING CHANGES IN HYDROLOGIC PRODUCT FORMATS...DELAY IN IMPLEMENTATION OF VTEC FOR CERTAIN HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS
scn06-02hydro_chg_vtec.txtUPDATE ON UPCOMING CHANGES IN HYDROLOGIC PRODUCT FORMATS...DELAY IN IMPLEMENTATION OF VTEC FOR CERTAIN HYDROLOGIC PRODUCTS
scn06-03aaa_usaf_hdob.txtAMENDED...NEW PRODUCTS FOR UNITED STATES AIR FORCE HIGH DENSITY OBSERVATION DATA FROM TROPICAL CYCLONE WC-130J RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2007
scn06-03usaf_hdob.txtNEW PRODUCTS FOR UNITED STATES AIR FORCE HIGH DENSITY OBSERVATION DATA FROM TROPICAL CYCLONE WC-130J RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT: EFFECTIVE ON OR AFTER JUNE 1 2006
scn06-04public_tsunami.txtNEW PUBLIC TSUNAMI PRODUCTS EFFECTIVE JANUARY 27 2006 EFFECTIVE FRIDAY JANUARY 27 2006 AT 1800 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/...THE WEST COAST/ALASKA TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER /WC/ATWC/... WILL IMPLEMENT A NEW SUITE OF EVENT-DRIVEN TSUNAMI TEXT PRODUCTS FOR THE FOLLOWING AREAS: ALASKA...BRITISH COLUMBIA...AND THE UNITED STATES /US/ WEST COAST THE US GULF OF MEXICO COAST...THE US EAST COAST...AND THE EASTERN CANADIAN PROVINCES
scn06-05tpc_hpc.txtCHANGES TO TROPICAL CYCLONE PUBLIC ADVISORY PRODUCTS ISSUED BY THE HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER /HPC/: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2006
scn06-06trop_ExpToOper.txtCHANGES IN TROPICAL CYCLONE PROBABILISTIC PRODUCTS EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2006
scn06-07cwd_operational.txtNEW TROPICAL CYCLONE PRODUCT EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2006
scn06-08cca_mass_news_blk_chg.txtCORRECTED: CHANGE TO MASS NEWS MEDIA DISSEMINATOR HEADER BLOCK FOR 6 TROPICAL CYCLONE PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2006
scn06-08mass_news_blk_chg.txtCHANGE TO MASS NEWS MEDIA DISSEMINATOR HEADER BLOCK FOR 6 TROPICAL CYCLONE PRODUCTS... EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2006
scn06-09cca_sd_fire_zones.txtCORRECTED: ADDITION OF THREE NEW FIRE WEATHER ZONES ISSUED BY WFO SIOUX FALLS SOUTH DAKOTA: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 28 2006 CORRECTED TO RESTRUCTURE NEBRASKA FIRE WEATHER COUNTIES INTO A SEPARATE ZONE. AS A RESULT THE SUBJECT LINE AND PARAGRAPHS ONE THROUGH THREE OF THE ORIGINAL SCN06-09 HAVE BEEN MODIFIED... INCLUDING DELETION OF THE FIRST TABLE.
scn06-09fire_zone_chg.txtCHANGE OF ONE FIRE WEATHER ZONE AND ADDITION OF TWO NEW FIRE WEATHER ZONES ISSUED BY WFO SIOUX FALLS SOUTH DAKOTA: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 28 2006
scn06-10hydro_vtec_update.txtRISK REDUCTION ACTIVITY FOR INCLUSION OF VTEC IN FLOOD WARNINGS...WATCHES...AND ADVISORIES FOR FORECAST POINTS: BEGINNING APRIL 4 2006
scn06-11aaa_backup_usaf_hdob.txtAMENDED...NEW BACKUP PRODUCTS FOR DISSEMINATION OF UNITED STATES AIR FORCE HIGH DENSITY OBSERVATION DATA FROM TROPICAL CYCLONE WC-130J RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2007
scn06-11backup_usaf_hdob.txtNEW BACKUP PRODUCTS FOR DISSEMINATION OF UNITED STATES AIR FORCE HIGH DENSITY OBSERVATION DATA FROM TROPICAL CYCLONE WC-130J RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT: EFFECTIVE ON OR AFTER JUNE 1 2006
scn06-12aberdeen_fire_zone.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF FIRE WEATHER ZONES ISSUED BY WFO ABERDEEN... SD: EFFECTIVE MARCH 30 2006
scn06-13calif_fire_zone_chg.txtCHANGES TO THE BOUNDARIES OF THE FIRE WEATHER ZONES IN CALIFORNIA: EFFECTIVE MAY 12 2006 EFFECTIVE FRIDAY MAY 12 2006 AT 1200 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/...THE NWS WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES /WFOS/ IN EUREKA CALIFORNIA /EKA/...MEDFORD OREGON /MFR/ AND SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA /STO/ WILL IMPLEMENT CHANGES TO NORTHWEST CALIFORNIA FIRE WEATHER ZONE BOUNDARIES AND ZONE DESCRIPTOR NAMES.
scn06-13cca_calif_fire_zone_chg.txtCORRECTED: CHANGES TO THE BOUNDARIES OF THE FIRE WEATHER ZONES IN CALIFORNIA: EFFECTIVE MAY 12 2006
scn06-14nev_fire_zone_chg.txtCHANGES TO THE BOUNDARIES OF THE FIRE WEATHER ZONES IN NEVADA: EFFECTIVE MAY 1 2006 EFFECTIVE MONDAY MAY 1 AT 1200 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/... THE NWS WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE /WFO/ IN LAS VEGAS NEVADA /VEF/ WILL IMPLEMENT CHANGES TO SOUTHERN NEVADA FIRE WEATHER ZONE BOUNDARIES AND ZONE DESCRIPTOR NAMES.
scn06-15_ca_public_zone_change.txtPUBLIC FORECAST ZONE BOUNDARY MODIFICATIONS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: EFFECTIVE JUNE 30 2006
scn06-16cca_vortex_messages.txtCORRECTED: CHANGE TO VORTEX DATA MESSAGE PRODUCT FORMAT: EFFECTIVE ON OR AFTER JUNE 1 2006 CORRECTED TO CHANGE DOD WMO HEADING IN TABLE 2 FROM UPPN12 KNHC TO URPN12 KNHC.
scn06-16vortex_messages.txtCHANGE TO VORTEX DATA MESSAGE PRODUCT FORMAT... EFFECTIVE ON OR AFTER JUNE 1 2006
scn06-17san_diego_firezone_name_chg.txtCHANGES TO THE NAMES OF SOME FIRE WEATHER ZONES IN CALIFORNIA: EFFECTIVE MAY 1 2006 EFFECTIVE MAY 1 2006 AT 1200 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/...THE NWS WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE /WFO/ IN SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA /SGX/ WILL IMPLEMENT CHANGES TO EXTREME SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA FIRE WEATHER ZONE NAMES. PLEASE NOTE...ONLY THE FIRE WEATHER ZONE NAMES ARE CHANGING. THE ACTUAL ZONE BOUNDARIES AND GEOGRAPHIC ATTRIBUTES OF THE FIRE WEATHER ZONES REMAIN THE SAME.
scn06-18cca_spc_watch_prob.txtCORRECTED: NEW CONVECTIVE WATCH HAZARD PROBABILITIES PRODUCT FROM THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER TO BE ADDED TO THE SUITE OF NWS WATCH PRODUCTS FOR CONUS USE ONLY: EFFECTIVE APRIL 25 2006
scn06-18spc_watch_prob.txtNEW CONVECTIVE WATCH HAZARD PROBABILITIES PRODUCT FROM THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER /SPC/ TO BE ADDED TO THE SUITE OF NWS WATCH PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE APRIL 25 2006
scn06-19cca_spc_firewx_areal_outline.txtCORRECTED: NEW FIRE WEATHER OUTLOOK AREAL OUTLINE PRODUCTS FROM THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER FOR CONUS USE ONLY: EFFECTIVE MAY 2 2006
scn06-19spc_firewx_areal_outline.txtNEW FIRE WEATHER OUTLOOK AREAL OUTLINE PRODUCTS FROM STORM PREDICTION CENTER /SPC/: EFFECTIVE MAY 2 2006
scn06-20no_cal_fire_zonechg.txtCHANGES TO THE BOUNDARIES OF SOME NORTHERN INTERIOR CALIFORNIA FIRE WEATHER ZONES: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2006 EFFECTIVE THURSDAY JUNE 1 2006 AT 1200 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/...NWS SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA /STO/ WILL CHANGE SOME NORTHERN INTERIOR CALIFORNIA FIRE WEATHER ZONE BOUNDARIES AND ZONE DESCRIPTOR NAMES.
scn06-21tpc_time_format_chg.txtCHANGE IN TIME FORMAT USED IN THE TROPICAL CYCLONE FORECAST/ADVISORY /TCM/ AND THE AVIATION TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVISORY /TCA/ PRODUCTS EFFECTIVE JUNE 29 2006
scn06-22ccf_cities.txtADDITION OF SAINT PETERSBURG FLORIDA /SPG/ TO THE CODED CITIES FORECAST /CCF/ AND TO THE SELECTED CITIES WEATHER SUMMARY AND FORECAST BULLETIN /SCS/: EFFECTIVE AUGUST 8 2006
scn06-23hydro_vtec_operational.txtOPERATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF VTEC IN WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE /WFO/ FLOOD PRODUCTS FOR FORECAST POINTS: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 18 2006
scn06-24cca_exp_3month_temp.txtEXPERIMENTAL NWS LOCAL THREE-MONTH TEMPERATURE OUTLOOKS TO BE ISSUED ON THIRD THURSDAY OF THE MONTH...EFFECTIVE JULY 20 2006
scn06-24exp_3month_temp.txtEXPERIMENTAL NWS LOCAL THREE-MONTH TEMPERATURE OUTLOOKS TO BE ISSUED ON THIRD THURSDAY OF THE MONTH: EFFECTIVE JULY 20 2006
scn06-25non-tech_winter_lowtrack_graphic.txtCHANGES IN HPC NON-TECHNICAL WINTER LOW TRACK WEB GRAPHIC: EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 15 2006
scn06-26keywest_upperair_id_chg.txtCOMMUNICATIONS IDENTIFIER CHANGES FOR WFO KEY WEST /KEY/ UPPER-AIR PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 26 2006
scn06-27full_firewx_ks_ne_ia.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF FULL FIRE WEATHER FORECAST SERVICE PROGRAM FOR MOST OF KANSAS...EASTERN NEBRASKA...AND WESTERN IOWA: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 3 2006
scn06-28firewx_stlouis_mo.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF FIRE WEATHER FORECAST SERVICE PROGRAM AT WFO SAINT LOUIS MISSOURI: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 2 2006
scn06-29hurr_local_stmt_shrvprt.txtISSUANCE OF HURRICANE LOCAL STATEMENTS /HLS/ BY THE SHREVEPORT LOUISIANA WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE /WFO/ EFFECTIVE ON OR AFTER AUGUST 22 2006
scn06-30_3aaa_mon_temp_outlook.txtAMENDED: THE EFFECTIVE DATE FOR THE LOCAL THREE- MONTH TEMPERATURE OUTLOOKS BECOMING OFFICIAL HAS BEEN DELAYED UNTIL THURSDAY JANUARY 18 2007.
scn06-30_3mon_temp_outlook.txtNWS LOCAL 3-MONTH TEMPERATURE OUTLOOKS TO BECOME OFFICIAL ON THIRD THURSDAY OF THE MONTH...EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 21 2006
scn06-31aaa_guam_timezone_chg.txtAMENDED: TIME ZONE DESIGNATOR CHANGE FOR WFO GUAM: EFFECTIVE AUGUST 7 2007
scn06-31ccaguam_timezone_chg.txtTIME ZONE DESIGNATOR CHANGE FOR WFO GUAM: EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 28 2006
scn06-31guam_timezone_chg.txtTIME ZONE DESIGNATOR CHANGE FOR WFO GUAM: EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 28 2006
scn06-32tsunami_mnd_hdr.txtMASS NEWS DISSEMINATOR /MND/ HEADER BLOCK TO BE IMPLEMENTED FOR SEVERAL TSUNAMI PRODUCTS EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 31 2006
scn06-33aval_slc_comms_id.txtCOMMUNICATIONS IDENTIFIER CHANGES FOR WFO SALT LAKE CITY UT /SLC/ AVALANCHE PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1 2006
scn06-34_zone_chg_wvandva.txtZONE BOUNDARY CHANGES FOR PARTS OF WESTERN MARYLAND AND EASTERN WEST VIRGINIA...EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 15 2006
scn06-35selected_cities_nyc.txtCHANGE OF SOURCE OF INFORMATION FOR FORECASTS AND OBSERVATIONS IN THE SELECTED CITIES SUMMARY FOR NEW YORK CITY NY: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1 2007
scn06-36aaa_slc_zone_chg_amd.txtRECONFIGURATION OF WFO SALT LAKE CITY UT /SLC/ PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES AND ZONE NUMBERS FOR NORTHERN...CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN UTAH: EFFECTIVE MAY 31 2007
scn06-36slc_zone_chg.txtRECONFIGURATION OF WFO SALT LAKE CITY UT /SLC/ PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES AND ZONE NUMBERS FOR NORTHERN...CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN UTAH: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 27 2007
scn06-37aaa_wx_safety_planner.txtAMENDED: EXPERIMENTAL WEB-BASED WEATHER ACTIVITY PLANNER: EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 7 2006
scn06-37wx_safety_planner.txtEXPERIMENTAL WEB-BASED WEATHER SAFETY PLANNER: EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 7 2006
scn06-38long_island_marine_zonechg.txtCHANGES IN COASTAL WATERS MARINE ZONES FOR PORTIONS OF LONG ISLAND NEW YORK...EFFECTIVE APRIL 3 2007
scn06-39climate_info_ms.txtNEW CLIMATE INFORMATION AND RECORD REPORTS FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS IN MISSISSIPPI EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 5 2007: GREENVILLE...GREENWOOD... VICKSBURG... AND HATTIESBURG. EFFECTIVE MONDAY FEBRUARY 5 2007 AT 300 AM CENTRAL STANDARD TIME /CST/...0900 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/...NWS WILL TRANSMIT NEW CLIMATE INFORMATION AND RECORD REPORTS FOR GREENVILLE /GLH/...GREENWOOD /GWO/...VICKSBURG /TVR/...AND HATTIESBURG /HBG/ IN MISSISSIPPI UNDER NEW COMMUNICATION IDENTIFIERS.
scn06-40guam_coastal_hazard.txtCHANGES TO COASTAL HAZARD MESSAGE PRODUCTS FOR GUAM AND THE NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 14 2007 EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 2007...AT 0000 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/ OR 1000 AM GUAM LOCAL STANDARD TIME /LST/...THE FOLLOWING CHANGES WILL BE MADE TO THE COASTAL HAZARD MESSAGE /CFW/ PRODUCTS. THESE CHANGES ARE IN RESPONSE TO CUSTOMER FEEDBACK GAINED FROM THE MARINE SURVEY CONDUCTED BY WFO GUAM.
scn06-41guam_smallcraft_adv.txtCHANGES TO SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY CRITERIA FOR GUAM AND THE NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 14 2007
scn06-42_guam_surf_zone_forecast.txtSUBJECT: CHANGES TO THE SURF ZONE FORECAST AND TIDE DATA PRODUCTS FOR GUAM AND THE NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 14 2007
scn06-42cca_guam_surf_zone_forecast.txtCORRECTED: CHANGES TO THE SURF ZONE FORECAST AND TIDE DATA PRODUCTS FOR GUAM AND THE NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 14 2007
scn06-43_id_chg_lasvegas_avalanche.txtCOMMUNICATIONS IDENTIFIER CHANGES OF WFO LAS VEGAS NV /VEF/ AVALANCHE PRODUCT: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 21 2007
scn06-44marine_zonechange_fla.txtSUBJECT:IMPLEMENTING IMPROVED MARINE ZONE COVERAGE ACROSS THE COASTAL WATERS FROM SUWANNEE RIVER TO DESTIN FLORIDA: EFFECTIVE APRIL 3 2007
scn06-45_hydro_summ_terminate.txtTERMINATION OF NATIONAL HYDROLOGIC SUMMARY: EFFECTIVE JANUARY 31 2007
scn06-46ugc_chg_avalanche.txtUNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHIC CODE /UGC/ CHANGE FOR AVALANCHE WATCHES/WARNINGS IN CERTAIN MOUNTAINOUS AREAS EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY
scn07-01extr_wind_warning.txtNEW PRODUCT TYPE LINE AND PRODUCT IDENTIFIERS FOR EXTREME WIND WARNING (EWW) PRODUCT EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2007
scn07-02cca_miami_zone_chg.txtCORRECTED: IMPLEMENTATION OF IMPROVED ZONE COVERAGE FOR PALM BEACH... BROWARD... MIAMI-DADE AND COLLIER COUNTIES IN SOUTH FLORIDA: EFFECTIVE MAY 31 2007
scn07-02miami_zone_chng.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF IMPROVED ZONE COVERAGE FOR PALM BEACH... BROWARD... MIAMI-DADE AND COLLIER COUNTIES IN SOUTH FLORIDA: EFFECTIVE MAY 31 2007
scn07-03trop_cycl_guidance_msg.txtCHANGES TO THE TROPICAL CYCLONE GUIDANCE MESSAGE /WHXX01/: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2007
scn07-04nha_sched_mod.txtMODIFICATION TO ISSUANCE SCHEDULE FOR THE NATIONAL HYDROLOGIC ASSESSMENT: EFFECTIVE MARCH 9 2007
scn07-05day4-8_severe_outlook.txtNEW DAY 4-8 SEVERE OUTLOOK FOR CONUS FROM THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER /SPC/: EFFECTIVE MARCH 22 2007
scn07-06awips_build_changes.txtCHANGES IN AREA FORECAST MATRICES...POINT FORECAST MATRICES...STATE FORECAST PRODUCTS AND ZONE FORECAST PRODUCT... EFFECTIVE WITH AWIPS BUILD 7.2
scn07-07aviation_trop_cycl_adv.txtENHANCEMENT TO AVIATION TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVISORY PRODUCT: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2007
scn07-08cca_vortex_data_msg.txtCORRECTED: ENHANCEMENT TO THE VORTEX DATA MESSAGE PRODUCT: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2007
scn07-08vortex_data_msg.txtENHANCEMENT TO THE VORTEX DATA MESSAGE PRODUCT: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2007
scn07-09high_density_obsv_data.txtNEW PRODUCTS AND NEW FORMAT FOR TROPICAL CYCLONE HIGH DENSITY OBSERVATION DATA FROM NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION /NOAA/ P-3 AIRCRAFT: EFFECTIVE ON JUNE 1 2007
scn07-10_DoD_hdob.txtDATA AND PRODUCT CHANGES FROM DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE /DOD/ WC-130J RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2007
scn07-11fire_public_realign_gsp_and_lox.txtREALIGNMENT OF FIRE WEATHER ZONES TO CORRESPOND TO EXISTING PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES FOR WFO GREENVILLE- SPARTANBURG /GSP/ NC AND WFO LOS ANGELES/OXNARD /LOX/ CA EFFECTIVE APRIL 17 2007
scn07-12hydro_vtec_risk-reductn.txtINCLUSION OF EXPERIMENTAL VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ IN AREAL FLOOD PRODUCTS ISSUED BY SELECTED WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES: EFFECTIVE APRIL 2 2007
scn07-13exprmentl.hydro_vtec.txtNATIONWIDE IMPLEMENTATION OF EXPERIMENTAL VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ IN FLOOD PRODUCTS FOR FORECAST POINTS EFFECTIVE JUNE 5 2007
scn07-14fire_wx_far_west_texas.txtADDITION OF FIRE WEATHER FORECAST AND FIRE WEATHER WARNING PRODUCTS FOR THE FAR WEST TEXAS COUNTIES OF EL PASO AND HUDSPETH: EFFECTIVE APRIL 17 2007
scn07-15zone_chg_OR_WA.txtBOUNDARY CHANGES OF PUBLIC WEATHER ZONES IN WASHINGTON AND OREGON...EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1 2007
scn07-16post_trop_cycl_report.txtENHANCEMENT TO THE POST STORM TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT /PSH/ EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2007
scn07-17trop_cycl_watch-warning.txtTROPICAL CYCLONE WATCH/WARNING PRODUCT /TCV/ TO BECOME OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2007 BEGINNING JUNE 1 2007 THE TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCH/WARNING PRODUCT /TCV/ WILL BECOME OPERATIONAL. THE TCV IS ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER AND SUMMARIZES ALL NEW...CONTINUED AND CANCELLED TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCHES AND WARNINGS FOR THE UNITED STATES /US/ ATLANTIC AND GULF COASTS...PUERTO RICO AND US VIRGIN ISLANDS. THE TCV IS ISSUED AT APPROXIMATELY 03...09...15 AND 21 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME...FOR SPECIAL ADVISORIES IF WATCHES OR WARNINGS ARE POSTED...CHANGED OR CANCELLED AND FOR IMMEDIATE ADVISORIES IF WATCHES OR WARNINGS ARE CANCELLED. A DESCRIPTION OF THE PRODUCT AND AN EXAMPLE OF THE FORMAT IS AVAILABLE ONLINE AT /USE LOWER CASE LETTERS/:
scn07-18_AHPS_enhance.txtENHANCEMENTS TO ADVANCED HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE WEB PAGES EFFECTIVE ON OR ABOUT MAY 9 2007
scn07-18aaa_AHPS_enhance.txtAMENDED: ENHANCEMENTS TO ADVANCED HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE WEB PAGES: EFFECTIVE DATE OF MAY 9 2007 POSTPONED: NEW DATE JULY 18 2007
scn07-18aab_AHPS_enhance.txtAMENDED: ENHANCEMENTS TO ADVANCED HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE WEB PAGES: EFFECTIVE DATE OF JULY 18 2007 POSTPONED: NEW DATE JULY 25 2007
scn07-19_vtec_hard_freeze_awips7-2.txtADDITION OF VALID TIME EVENT CODES FOR HARD FREEZE WATCHES AND WARNING EFFECTIVE WITH AWIPS BUILD 7.2
scn07-19cca_vtec_hard_freeze_awips7-2.txtCORRECTION: ADDITION OF VALID TIME EVENT CODES FOR HARD FREEZE WATCHES AND WARNING EFFECTIVE WITH AWIPS BUILD 7.2
scn07-20upper_air_comms_id_tucson.txtCOMMUNICATIONS IDENTIFIER CHANGES FOR UPPER-AIR PRODUCTS FROM WFO TUCSON /TWC/ EFFECTIVE MAY 29 2007
scn07-21haz_assmnt_sched.txtCHANGE IN SCHEDULED RELEASE DATE FOR THE U.S. HAZARDS ASSESSMENT: EFFECTIVE MONDAY MAY 21 2007
scn07-22cca_drought_outlook_sched.txtCORRECTED: INCREASED FREQUENCY OF SCHEDULED ISSUANCES OF U.S. DROUGHT OUTLOOKS: EFFECTIVE JUNE 7 2007
scn07-22drought_outlook_sched.txtINCREASED FREQUENCY OF SCHEDULED ISSUANCES OF U.S. DROUGHT OUTLOOKS: EFFECTIVE JUNE 7 2007
scn07-23trckg_wrng.txtNATIONWIDE IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW TRACKING LINE ON SHORT DURATION WARNINGS AND STATEMENTS BEGINNING JULY 16 2007
scn07-24_fire_wx_indianapolis.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF FIRE WEATHER FORECAST SERVICE PROGRAM AT THE WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE /WFO/ AT INDIANAPOLIS IN: EFFECTIVE MONDAY JUNE 4 2007 EFFECTIVE MONDAY JUNE 4 AT 1800 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/ ...THE WFO AT INDIANAPOLIS INDIANA WILL BEGIN ISSUING A FULL SUITE OF FIRE WEATHER FORECASTS FOR ITS AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY. ON THAT DATE THE FOLLOWING FORECAST PRODUCTS WILL BE ISSUED BY WFO INDIANAPOLIS...SOME ON A DAILY BASIS AND OTHERS ON AN AS NEEDED BASIS.
scn07-24cca_fire_wx_indianapolis.txtCORRECTED: IMPLEMENTATION OF FIRE WEATHER FORECAST SERVICE PROGRAM AT THE WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE /WFO/ AT INDIANAPOLIS IN: EFFECTIVE MONDAY JUNE 4 2007 CORRECTED TO CHANGE AWIPS ID FOR FIRE WEATHER OBSERVATIONS PRODUCT FROM INDFWOIND TO INDFWOIN
scn07-25firewx_sheridan_wy.txtTRANSFER OF FIRE WEATHER RESPONSIBILITY FOR SHERIDAN COUNTY WY FROM THE WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE /WFO/ AT RIVERTON WY TO WFO BILLINGS MT...EFFECTIVE JULY 17 2007
scn07-26_day3-8_fire_wx_outlook.txtNEW DAY 3-8 FIRE WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR CONUS FROM THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER /SPC/: EFFECTIVE JUN 12 2007
scn07-27pr_vi_tsunami_prod.txtPUERTO RICO AND THE US VIRGIN ISLANDS TO BE ADDED TO EXISTING SUITE OF TSUNAMI PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE JUNE 14 2007
scn07-28fire_zone_split_wa_and_or.txtCHANGES TO FIRE WEATHER ZONE BOUNDARIES IN WASHINGTON AND OREGON: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2007
scn07-29air_quality_alert.txtNEW PRODUCT TYPE LINE AND PRODUCT IDENTIFIERS FOR AIR QUALITY ALERT MESSAGE /AQA/ PRODUCT: EFFECTIVE MAY 30 2007
scn07-30alaska_marine_zone_chg.txtMODIFICATIONS TO THE OFFSHORE MARINE ZONE BOUNDARIES IN THE BERING SEA AND GULF OF ALASKA WEST OF 144W: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 2 2007
scn07-31me_and_nh_marine_zone_chg.txtCHANGES IN COASTAL WATERS MARINE ZONES FOR PORTIONS OF MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 2 2007
scn07-32calif_marine_zone_chg.txtMARINE ZONE RECONFIGURATION: CALIFORNIA COASTAL WATERS FROM POINT ARENA TO POINT PIEDRAS BLANCAS OUT TO 20 NAUTICAL MILES /NM/: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 2 2007
scn07-33florida_marine_zone_change.txtRECONFIGURATION OF WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE /WFO/ MELBOURNE MARINE ZONE BOUNDARIES FOR EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA BETWEEN FLAGLER BEACH AND JUPITER INLET: EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 4 2007
scn07-34cca_downeast_me_marine_zone_chg.txtCORRECTED: CHANGES IN COASTAL WATERS MARINE ZONES FOR PORTIONS OF DOWNEAST MAINE: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 2 2007
scn07-34downeast_me_marine_zone_chg.txtCHANGES IN COASTAL WATERS MARINE ZONES FOR PORTIONS OF DOWNEAST MAINE: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 2 2007
scn07-35tsunami_south_china_sea.txtTSUNAMI PRODUCTS FOR THE PACIFIC TO INCLUDE THE SOUTH CHINA SEA: EFFECTIVE JUNE 27 2007
scn07-36tsunami_indian_ocean.txtSUBJECT: NEW TSUNAMI PRODUCTS AVAILABLE FOR THE INDIAN OCEAN: EFFECTIVE JUNE 27 2007
scn07-37tsunami_caribbean.txtSUBJECT: NEW TSUNAMI PRODUCTS AVAILABLE FOR THE CARIBBEAN: ...EFFECTIVE JUNE 27 2007
scn07-38aaagreat_lakes_marine_zonechg.txtAMENDED: CHANGES IN GREAT LAKES MARINE ZONES AND UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHIC CODES: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 2 2007
scn07-38great_lakes_marine_zonechg.txtCHANGES IN GREAT LAKES MARINE ZONES AND UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHIC CODES: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 2 2007
scn07-39segmented_great_lakes.txtTHE GREAT LAKES OPEN LAKE FORECAST /GLF/ CHANGES FROM A NON-SEGMENTED TO SEGMENTED FORMAT: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 2 2007
scn07-40tab_state_forecast_atlanta.txtCHANGES TO WFO ATLANTA TABULAR STATE FORECAST PRODUCT EFFECTIVE JULY 17 2007
scn07-41aviation_area_forecast_chg.txtCHANGES TO DOMESTIC AND GULF OF MEXICO AVIATION AREA FORECASTS...EFFECTIVE JULY 17 2007
scn07-41cca_aviation_area_forecast_chg.txtCORRECTED: CHANGES TO DOMESTIC AND GULF OF MEXICO AVIATION AREA FORECASTS: EFFECTIVE JULY 17 2007: CORRECTED TO INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
scn07-42winter_wx_juneau.txtCHANGES TO WINTER WEATHER AND NON-PRECIPITATION WEATHER PRODUCTS ISSUED BY WFO JUNEAU AK...WSO YAKUTAT AK AND WSO ANNETTE AK EFFECTIVE.. SEPTEMBER 5 2007
scn07-43cca_missoula_addtn_select_cities.txtCORRECTED - ADDITION OF MISSOULA MONTANA /MSO/ TO THE SELECTED CITIES WEATHER SUMMARY AND FORECAST BULLETIN... EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 5 2007
scn07-43missoula_addtn_select_cities.txtADDITION OF MISSOULA MONTANA /MSO/ TO THE SELECTED CITIES WEATHER SUMMARY AND FORECAST BULLETIN... EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 5 2007
scn07-44tweb_termination.txtTERMINATION OF CONUS TRANSCRIBED WEATHER BROADCAST /TWEB/ FORECASTS: EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 30 2007.
scn07-45exp_graph_airmet.txtAVIATION WEATHER CENTER /AWC/ EXPERIMENTAL GRAPHICAL AIRMET WEB INTERFACE: EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY THROUGH AUGUST 31 2007 NOTE: THE FOLLOWING CHANGES HAVE NO IMPACT ON NOAA WEATHER WIRE SERVICE SUBSCRIBERS
scn07-46north_tx_forecast_prod.txtNORTH TEXAS STATE FORECAST PRODUCT CHANGE EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 3 2007
scn07-47aviation_area_forecast_gulfmex.txtCHANGES TO DOMESTIC AND GULF OF MEXICO AVIATION AREA FORECASTS EFFECTIVE JANUARY 17 2008
scn07-48sigmet_format_chg.txtFORMAT CHANGE FOR OCEANIC SIGMETS ISSUED BY THE AVIATION WEATHER CENTER /AWC/: EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 7 2007 NOTE: THE FOLLOWING CHANGES HAVE NO IMPACT ON NOAA WEATHER WIRE SERVICE SUBSCRIBERS
scn07-49wind_chill_outlook.txtNEW 6- TO 10-DAY AND 8- TO 14-DAY MINIMUM WIND CHILL INDEX OUTLOOKS: BEGINNING DECEMBER 28 2007
scn07-50_floodmap-nc.txtNEW ADVANCED HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE /AHPS/ FLOOD INUNDATION MAPS: EFFECTIVE MONDAY OCTOBER 22 2007
scn07-50aaa_floodmap-nc.txtAMENDED: NEW ADVANCED HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE /AHPS/ FLOOD INUNDATION MAPS: EFFECTIVE MONDAY OCTOBER 22 2007
scn07-51ccatsunami.txtCORRECTED: CHANGE TO TSUNAMI WARNING...WATCH...ADVISORY AND INFORMATION STATEMENT DEFINITIONS FOR PRODUCTS ISSUED BY THE WEST COAST/ALASKA TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 12 2008
scn07-51tsunami.txtCHANGE TO TSUNAMI WARNING...WATCH...ADVISORY AND INFORMATION STATEMENT DEFINITIONS FOR PRODUCTS ISSUED BY THE WEST COAST/ALASKA TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 12 2008
scn07-52wap.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF OPERATIONAL WEB-BASED WEATHER ACTIVITY PLANNER: EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 15 2007
scn07-53aaa_marine_zones_change.txtAMENDED: CHANGES TO THE OFFSHORE MARINE ZONE BOUNDARY IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN...HUDSON CANYON TO BALTIMORE CANYON: EFFECTIVE JUNE 2 2008 IS POSTPONED JUNE 2 2008
scn07-53cca_marine_zones_change.txtCORRECTED TO AMENDED: CHANGES TO THE OFFSHORE MARINE ZONE BOUNDARY IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN...HUDSON CANYON TO BALTIMORE CANYON: EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2008 IS POSTPONED TO JUNE 2 2008
scn07-53marine_zones_change.txtCHANGES TO THE OFFSHORE MARINE ZONE BOUNDARY IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN...HUDSON CANYON TO BALTIMORE CANYON: EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2008
scn07-54colorado_hydro.txtADJUSTMENTS TO SERVICES PROVIDED TO THE DENVER/BOULDER HYDROLOGIC SERVICE AREA
scn07-55adds_medford.txtMEDFORD OREGON WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE ADDS TWO NEW MARINE ZONES: EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2008 EFFECTIVE TUESDAY APRIL 1 2008 AT 0000 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/...OR 1700 PACIFIC DAYLIGHT TIME /PDT/...THE MEDFORD OREGON WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE /WFO/ WILL ADD TWO ADDITIONAL MARINE ZONES: THE COOS BAY BAR AND THE CHETCO RIVER BAR.
scn07-56hnx_rec_frct.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF A RECREATIONAL FORECAST AT THE WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE AT HANFORD CALIFORNIA: EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 2008
scn07-57_calif_zone_change.txtSUBJECT RECONFIGURATION OF PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES AND ZONE NUMBERS FOR THE GREATER MONTEREY BAY AREA OF CALIFORNIA: EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2008
scn07-58trop_haz.txtEXPERIMENTAL GLOBAL TROPICS BENEFITS/HAZARDS ASSESSMENT TO BE ISSUED ON MONDAYS: EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 17 2007
scn07-59littlerock_climate.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF CLIMATE INFORMATION AND RECORD REPORTS FOR HARRISON ARKANSAS: EFFECTIVE MARCH 3 2008
scn08-01aviation_tropical.txtCHANGES TO THE AVIATION TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVISORY PRODUCT: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2008
scn08-01cca_aviation_tropical.txtCORRECTED: CHANGES TO THE AVIATION TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVISORY PRODUCT: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2008
scn08-02highseas_headers.txtHEADERS FOR THREE HIGH SEAS FORECASTS TO BE MODIFIED EFFECTIVE JULY 01 2008 EFFECTIVE TUESDAY JULY 01 2008 AT 1800 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME...THE HEADERS FOR THE HIGH SEAS FORECAST PRODUCTS LISTEDIN TABLE 1 WILL BE MODIFIED TO CONFORM WITH THE MASS NEWS DISSEMINATOR /MND/ HEADER BLOCK FORMAT.
scn08-03cca_trop_cyc_sum.txtCORRECTED: CHANGES TO THE TROPICAL CYCLONE SUMMARY- FIXES /TCS/ PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2008
scn08-03trop_cyc_sum.txtCHANGES TO THE TROPICAL CYCLONE SUMMARY TO FIX /TCS/ PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2008
scn08-04hls.txtSUBJECT: CHANGES TO THE HURRICANE LOCAL STATEMENT /HLS/: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2008
scn08-05npw.txtSUBJECT: DISCONTINUATION OF TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCHES AND WARNINGS IN THE NON-PRECIPITATION WATCH/WARNING /NPW/ PRODUCT: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2008
scn08-06firewx_dmx.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF FIRE WEATHER FORECAST SERVICE PROGRAM AT THE NWS DES MOINES IA FORECAST OFFICE: EFFECTIVE MARCH 11 2008
scn08-07firewx_gid.txtCHANGE OF RESPONSIBILITY OF THE RANGELAND FIRE DANGER PRODUCT /RFD/ FOR WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES /WFOS/ AT OMAHA AND HASTINGS NEBRASKA AND TOPEKA KANSAS: EFFECTIVE MARCH 11 2008
scn08-08spc4-8.txtDISSEMINATION OF AREAL OUTLINE PRODUCT FOR STORM PREDICTION CENTER DAY 4-8 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK: EFFECTIVE MARCH 25 2008
scn08-09_opc_offshore.txtCHANGES TO THE OFFSHORE WATERS FORECAST FOR THE WEST CENTRAL NORTH ATLANTIC CONTINENTAL SHELF AND SLOPE WATERS BEYOND 20 NAUTICAL MILES /NM/ TO 250 NM OFFSHORE: EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2008
scn08-10fire-ilx.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF FIRE WEATHER FORECAST SERVICE PROGRAM AT THE WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE AT CENTRAL ILLINOIS: EFFECTIVE TUESDAY APRIL 1 2008
scn08-11fire-iwx.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF FIRE WEATHER FORECAST SERVICE PROGRAM AT THE NORTHERN INDIANA WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE AT NORTH WEBSTER: EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2008
scn08-12fire-fgf.txtADDITION OF TWO NATIONAL FIRE DANGER RATING SYSTEM /NFDRS/ SITES BY THE EASTERN NORTH DAKOTA WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE AT FARGO: EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2008
scn08-13trop_cyc-epac.txtCHANGE TO THE TROPICAL CYCLONE PUBLIC ADVISORY PRODUCT FOR THE EASTERN PACIFIC: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2008
scn08-14hydro_vtec_oper.txtOPERATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ IN AREAL FLOOD PRODUCTS ISSUED BY WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES EFFECTIVE APRIL 17 2008
scn08-15_30hr_taf.txtFORMAT CHANGE FOR TERMINAL AERODROME FORECASTS /TAFS/ FROM 24-HOUR FORMAT TO 30-HOUR FORMAT: EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2008
scn08-16ak_time_zone.txtTIME ZONE DESIGNATOR CHANGE FOR ALASKA OFFICES: EFFECTIVE JUNE 18 2008
scn08-17firewx_calif.txtRECONFIGURATION OF FIRE WEATHER ZONE GEOGRAPHIC DESCRIPTIONS...NUMBERS AND NAMES FOR THE GREATER SAN FRANCISCO AND MONTEREY BAY AREAS OF CALIFORNIA: EFFECTIVE APRIL 15 2008
scn08-18_tempdrop.txtENHANCEMENT TO THE TEMPDROP MESSAGE: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2008
scn08-19windprob08.txtCHANGES TO THE MAXIMUM 1-MINUTE WIND SPEED PROBABILITY PRODUCT: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2008
scn08-20textprob08.txtCHANGES TO TROPICAL CYCLONE PROBABILISTIC WIND SPEED TEXT PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2008
scn08-21text_two.txtSUBJECT: CHANGE TO THE ISSUANCE TIMES FOR THE EASTERN PACIFIC AND ATLANTIC TEXT TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK /TWO/ PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2008 AND JUNE 1 2008... RESPECTIVELY
scn08-22cca_tcv.txtCORRECTED: NEW TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCH/WARNING SERVICES FOR THE CENTRAL PACIFIC EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2008: NEW TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCH/WARNING PRODUCT /TCV/ ...AND ENHANCED GEOGRAPHIC REFERENCE POINTS FOR TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCHES AND WARNINGS
scn08-22tcv.txtSUBJECT: NEW TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCH/WARNING SERVICES FOR THE CENTRAL PACIFIC EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2008: NEW TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCH/WARNING PRODUCT /TCV/ ...AND ENHANCED GEOGRAPHIC REFERENCE POINTS FOR TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCHES AND WARNINGS 1. NEW TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCH/WARNING PRODUCT /TCV/ EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2008. THE TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCH/WARNING PRODUCT /TCV/ WILL BECOME OPERATIONAL FOR THE CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE BASIN. THE CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER /CPHC/ WILL ISSUE THE /TCV/ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCHES AND WARNINGS ISSUED FOR THE MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCHES AND WARNINGS FOR THE MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS ARE COUNTY-BASED AS FOLLOWS:
scn08-23_firewx_nfdrs_bis.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL FIRE DANGER RATING SYSTEM /NFDRS/ SERVICE BY THE WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE AT BISMARCK NORTH DAKOTA EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2008
scn08-24hydro_vtec.txtADJUSTMENTS TO PLAN FOR OPERATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ IN AREAL FLOOD PRODUCTS ISSUED BY WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES
scn08-25drought_statements.txtNEW DROUGHT INFORMATION STATEMENTS TO BE ISSUED BY NWS WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES: BEGINNING JUNE 10 2008.
scn08-26vtec_cwf.txtDISCONTINUATION OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ IN THE COASTAL WATERS FORECAST /CWF/ AND NEARSHORE MARINE FORECAST /NSH/: EFFECTIVE AUGUST 5 2008
scn08-27mww.txtOPERATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MARINE WEATHER MESSAGE /MWW/: EFFECTIVE AUGUST 5 2008
scn08-28tcv_calif.txtTROPICAL CYCLONE WATCH/WARNING PRODUCT /TCV/ TO BE ISSUED FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COAST EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2008
scn08-29spc3-8fire.txtDISSEMINATION OF AREAL OUTLINE PRODUCT FOR STORM PREDICTION CENTER DAY 3-8 FIRE WEATHER OUTLOOK EFFECTIVE MAY 20 2008
scn08-30tml_removal.txtREMOVAL OF TRACKING INFORMATION LINE /TIME...MOT...LOC/ FROM FLASH FLOOD AND AREAL FLOOD PRODUCTS EFFECTIVE JULY 1 2008
scn08-31firewx_idaho.txtCHANGES TO THE BOUNDARIES OF THE FIRE WEATHER ZONES IN SOUTHEAST IDAHO EFFECTIVE MAY 8 2008
scn08-32vtec_cwf.txtDISCONTINUATION OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ FOR TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCHES AND WARNINGS IN THE COASTAL WATERS FORECAST /CWF/: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2008
scn08-33stormsurge.txtSTORM SURGE PROBABILITY GREATER THAN FIVE FEET TO BECOME AN OFFICIAL PRODUCT EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2008 BEGINNING JUNE 1 2008 A PORTION OF THE EXPERIMENTAL PROBABILISTIC HURRICANE STORM SURGE PRODUCTS WILL BECOME AN OFFICIAL PRODUCT. A PRODUCT PROVIDING STORM SURGE PROBABILITY OF GREATER THAN FIVE FEET WILL BE OFFICIAL AND POSTED TO THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER/NHC/ WEB SITE AT: /USER LOWER CASE/:
scn08-34matagorda_zone.txtIMPLEMENTING IMPROVED MARINE ZONE COVERAGE ACROSS MATAGORDA BAY TEXAS: EFFECTIVE JUNE 3 2008
scn08-35aaa_ffw_svr.txtAMENDED: TO POSTPONE INDEFINITELY THE ISSUANCE OF COMBINED SEVERE THUNDERSTORM AND FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES
scn08-35ffw_svr.txtCOMBINED SEVERE THUNDERSTORM AND FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS TO BE ISSUED IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES EFFECTIVE JULY 1 2008
scn08-36mww_cta_marker.txtNEW CALL TO ACTION /CTA/ MARKERS IN THE OPERATIONAL MARINE WEATHER MESSAGE /MWW/: EFFECTIVE AUGUST 5 2008 REFER TO: SERVICE CHANGE NOTICE /SCN/ 08-27: TRANSMITTED APR 7 2008
scn08-37hls_vtec.txtADDITION OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ /S/ SIGNIFICANCE CODE TO THE HURRICANE LOCAL STATEMENT /HLS/: EFFECTIVE JUNE 15 2008
scn08-38wr_marine_zones.txtMARINE ZONE RECONFIGURATION FOR WASHINGTON COASTAL WATERS AND FAR NORTHERN CALIFORNIA COASTAL WATERS TO EVALUATE USE OF SMALLER NEARSHORE ZONES: EFFECTIVE JULY 8 2008
scn08-39_aaa_lox_zones.txtAMENDED: CHANGES TO THE BOUNDARIES OF SOME OF THE FIRE AND PUBLIC WEATHER ZONES IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY CA: EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 16 2008
scn08-39_lox_zones.txtCHANGES TO THE BOUNDARIES OF SOME OF THE FIRE AND PUBLIC WEATHER ZONES IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY CA: EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 9 2008
scn08-40winterwx_simplification.txtRESTRUCTURING OF SOME NWS WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY AND WARNING PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 9 2008
scn08-41flagstaff_zones.txtREALIGNMENT OF FIRE WEATHER ZONES TO CORRESPOND TO EXISTING PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES FOR WFO FLAGSTAFF AZ /FGZ/: EFFECTIVE JUNE 25 2008
scn08-42_flood_maps_tx.txtNEW FLOOD INUNDATION MAPS FOR FIVE LOCATIONS IN SOUTHEAST TEXAS: EFFECTIVE FRIDAY JUNE 30 2008
scn08-42aaa_flood_maps_tx.txtAMENDED: NEW FLOOD INUNDATION MAPS FOR LOCATIONS IN SOUTHEAST TEXAS REDUCED FROM FIVE TO FOUR: EFFECTIVE FRIDAY JUNE 30 2008
scn08-43sju_marine_zone.txtIMPLEMENTING IMPROVED MARINE ZONE COVERAGE ACROSS THE COASTAL WATERS OF PUERTO RICO AND THE UNITED STATES VIRGIN ISLANDS: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 2008
scn08-44lch_marine_zones.txtSUBJECT IMPLEMENTATION OF MARINE ZONE COVERAGE FOR INLAND SABINE LAKE...CALCASIEU LAKE...AND VERMILION BAY: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 2008.
scn08-45_for_wsomcd.txtFORMAT CHANGE TO THE LATITUDE/LONGITUDE INFORMATION IN STORM PREDICTION CENTER MESOSCALE DISCUSSIONS EFFECTIVE OCT 21 2008
scn08-46_30hr_taf.txtREMINDER: FORMAT CHANGE FOR TERMINAL AERODROME FORECASTS /TAFS/ FROM 24-HOUR FORMAT TO 30-HOUR FORMAT: EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 5 2008
scn08-47maf_rec.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF A RECREATIONAL FORECAST AT WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE IN MIDLAND/ODESSA TEXAS EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1 2008
scn08-48duluth_surf.txtNWS WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE IN DULUTH MINNESOTA WILL BEGIN ISSUING SURF ZONE FORECASTS WITH RIP CURRENT INFORMATION EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AUGUST 1 2008
scn08-49mww.txtDELAY IN SIMULTANEOUS DISCONTINUATION OF VALID TIME EVENT CODE IN COASTAL WATERS AND NEARSHORE MARINE FORECASTS AND IMPLEMENTATION OF MARINE WEATHER MESSAGE PRODUCT
scn08-50ctamarkers.txtOPERATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF CALL-TO-ACTION MARKERS IN WATCH/WARNING/ADVISORY/ AND FOLLOW-UP STATEMENTS: BEGINNING FEBRUARY 11 2009
scn08-51vtec_phenomena_codes.txtCHANGES TO THREE VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ PHENOMENA CODES. PHASE-IN BEGINS ON SEPTEMBER 29 AND ENDS ON NOVEMBER 4 2008
scn08-52greatlakes.txtTHE EXPERIMENTAL GREAT LAKES PORT FORECAST PRODUCT WILL NO LONGER BE ISSUED EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 2008
scn08-53fire_xtr_florida.txtTRANSFER OF FIRE WEATHER FORECAST RESPONSIBILITY FOR FLORIDA FIRE ZONE 008 /COASTAL WALTON/ TO WFO TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA: EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 19 2008
scn08-54_floodmaps3.txtNEW FLOOD INUNDATION MAPS IN TEXAS AND LOUISIANA: EFFECTIVE TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 30 2008
scn08-55_30hr_taf_test_sep.txtREMINDER: FORMAT CHANGE FOR TERMINAL AERODROME FORECASTS /TAFS/ FROM 24-HOUR FORMAT TO 30-HOUR FORMAT: EFFECTIVE 0000 UTC NOVEMBER 5 2008
scn08-56enso_alerts.txtNEW EL NIÑO SOUTHERN OSCILLATION /ENSO/ ALERTS TO BE INCLUDED AS NEEDED IN THE ENSO DIAGNOSTIC DISCUSSION: EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 11 2008.
scn08-57_oper_tpex.txtTRANSITION FROM EXPERIMENTAL TO OPERATIONAL STATUS OF THE TABULAR PRODUCT EVOLUTION IN EXTENSIBLE MARKUP LANGUAGE /TPEX/ PRODUCTS EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 9 2008
scn08-58_firewx_gfdi.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF NEW GRASSLAND FIRE DANGER INDEX PRODUCT/SERVICE ISSUED BY THE WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE /WFO/ AT WICHITA KANSAS...EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 9 2008
scn08-59_oprl_tpex.txtCHANGES TO THE SELECTED CITIES FORECAST PRODUCTS /SCS/ EFFECTIVE JANUARY 13 2009
scn08-60_ewx_rtp.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF A MAXIMUM/MINIMUM TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION TABLE PRODUCT AT THE WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE AT AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TEXAS: EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY JANUARY 28 2009
scn08-61w_coast_marine_zones.txtMARINE ZONE RECONFIGURATION FOR COASTAL WATERS FROM WASHINGTON TO CENTRAL CALIFORNIA TO EVALUATE USE OF SMALLER NEARSHORE ZONES: EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2009
scn08-62global_tropics_forecast.txtGLOBAL TROPICS HAZARDS/BENEFITS ASSESSMENT TO BECOME OFFICIAL ON MONDAY DECEMBER 22 2008
scn08-63ccamob_pfm_art.txtCORRECTED: REVISED POINT FORECAST MATRICES PRODUCT FOR MOBILE ALABAMA EFFECTIVE MARCH 4 2009
scn08-63mob_pfm_art.txtREVISED POINT FORECAST MATRICES PRODUCT FOR MOBILE ALABAMA EFFECTIVE MARCH 4 2009
scn08-64rfw_change_ob9.txtCHANGE IN THE MASS NEWS DISSEMINATOR PRODUCT TYPE FOR FIRE WEATHER WATCH/RED FLAG WARNING PRODUCTS EFFECTIVE WITH AWIPS SOFTWARE OPERATIONAL BUILD 9
scn08-65arx_fire.txtEXPANSION OF FIRE WEATHER SERVICE BY WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE LA CROSSE WISCONSIN TO INCLUDE EIGHT COUNTIES IN NORTHEAST IOWA: EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 3 2009
scn09-01surf-zone_barrow_ak.txtNWS WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN BARROW ALASKA WILL BEGIN ISSUING SURF ZONE FORECASTS EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY JULY 1 2009
scn09-02afg_arctic1.txtCREATION OF THREE NEW OFFSHORE MARINE ZONES...AN EXPERIMENTAL SEASONAL MARINE SYNOPSIS AND AN EXPERIMENTAL SEASONAL OFFSHORE FORECAST PRODUCT FOR U.S. ARCTIC OCEAN WATERS NORTH OF ALASKA: EFFECTIVE JUNE 2 2009
scn09-03aaa_ridge_radar.txtAMENDED TO CHANGE DATE - ANNOUNCEMENT OF COMMENT PERIOD FOR RIDGE RADAR VERSION 2 BETA DISPLAYS EFFECTIVE MARCH 04 2009
scn09-03aab_ridge_radar.txtAMENDED TO EXTEND RIDGE RADAR VERSION 2 EXPERIMENTAL PERIOD TO OCTOBER 1 2009
scn09-03aac_ridge_radar.txtAMENDED: RIDGE RADAR VERSION II COMMENT PERIOD EXTENDED TO MARCH 1 2010
scn09-03ridge_radar.txtANNOUNCEMENT OF COMMENT PERIOD FOR RIDGE RADAR VERSION 2 BETA DISPLAYS EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 18 2009
scn09-04firewx_e_nd.txtADDITION OF TWO NATIONAL FIRE DANGER RATING SYSTEM /NFDRS/ SITES BY THE EASTERN NORTH DAKOTA WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE AT GRAND FORKS ND EFFECTIVE TUESDAY MARCH 10 2009
scn09-05gis.txtTRANSITION FROM EXPERIMENTAL TO OPERATIONAL STATUS OF NWS WARNINGS USING GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2009
scn09-06kuskokwim_zones.txtFIRE AND PUBLIC ZONE CHANGES FOR KUSKOKWIM VALLEY ALASKA ZONE /AKZ151/ EFFECTIVE MAY 7 2009
scn09-07cca_kuskokwim_hsa.txtCORRECTED: HYDROLOGIC SERVICE AREA /HSA/ BOUNDARY CHANGES FOR THE KUSKOKWIM VALLEY IN ALASKA: EFFECTIVE MAY 7 2009
scn09-07kuskokwim_hsa.txtHYDROLOGIC SERVICE AREA /HSA/ BOUNDARY CHANGES FOR THE KUSKOKWIM VALLEY IN ALASKA: EFFECTIVE MAY 7 2009
scn09-08trop_field_graphics.txtATLANTIC AND EASTERN PACIFIC TROPICAL CYCLONE WIND FIELD GRAPHICS BECOME OPERATIONAL: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2009
scn09-08trop_sum.txtSUBJECT: FORMAT CHANGE TO THE MONTHLY TROPICAL WEATHER SUMMARY PRODUCT: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2009
scn09-09tcd.txtCHANGE TO FORMAT OF THE TROPICAL CYCLONE DISCUSSION FOR THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE BASIN: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2009
scn09-10monthly_tropical_sum.txtSUBJECT: FORMAT CHANGE TO THE MONTHLY TROPICAL WEATHER SUMMARY PRODUCT: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2009
scn09-10tropical_disturbance.txtDISCONTINUATION OF SPECIAL TROPICAL DISTURBANCE STATEMENTS AND BEGINNING OF SPECIAL TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOKS: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2009
scn09-11psurge.txtSERIES OF PROBABILISTIC HURRICANE STORM SURGE PRODUCTS BECOME OPERATIONAL AND EXPAND IN THRESHOLDS: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2009
scn09-12gtwoo.txtATLANTIC AND EASTERN PACIFIC GRAPHICAL TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOKS BECOME OPERATIONAL FOR THE 2009 HURRICANE SEASON
scn09-13tcwfg.txtATLANTIC AND EASTERN PACIFIC TROPICAL CYCLONE WIND FIELD GRAPHICS BECOME OPERATIONAL: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2009
scn09-14ccatcp_format_changes.txtCORRECTED: FORMAT CHANGES TO THE TROPICAL CYCLONE PUBLIC ADVISORY PRODUCTS FOR THE ATLANTIC...EASTERN PACIFIC AND CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE BASINS: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2009
scn09-14tcp_format_changes.txtFORMAT CHANGES TO THE TROPICAL CYCLONE PUBLIC ADVISORY PRODUCTS FOR THE ATLANTIC...EASTERN PACIFIC...AND CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE BASINS: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2009 EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2009...THE FOLLOWING FORMAT CHANGES WILL BE MADE IN THE TROPICAL CYCLONE PUBLIC ADVISORY /TCP/ PRODUCT FOR EASIER DECODING BY AUTOMATED PROGRAMS:
scn09-15tcp_storm_surge.txtCHANGES TO STORM SURGE INFORMATION IN TROPICAL CYCLONE PUBLIC ADVISORIES FROM THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2009
scn09-16vtec_tsunami.txtOPERATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF THE VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ IN NWS TSUNAMI /TSU/ PRODUCTS EFFECTIVE TUESDAY JUNE 30 2009
scn09-17aaasurf_great_lakes-1.txtAMENDED: TO CHANGE EFFECTIVE DATE FOR WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE /WFO/ DULUTH MINNESOTA TO START ISSUING SURF ZONE FORECASTS /SRF/ WITH RIP CURRENT INFORMATION UNTIL JUNE 15 2009...TO CHANGE ISSUANCE TIME AND TO ADD SEASONAL TERMINIATION DATES
scn09-17surf_great_lakes-1.txtNWS WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES /WFO/ IN DULUTH MINNESOTA...CHICAGO ILLINOIS...GRAND RAPIDS MICHIGAN AND NORTHERN INDIANA WILL BEGIN ISSUING SURF ZONE FORECASTS /SRF/ WITH RIP CURRENT INFORMATION EFFECTIVE MONDAY MAY 18 2009
scn09-18vtec_ashfall.txtOPERATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION OF ASHFALL WARNING WITH VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ IN NON-PRECIPITATION WEATHER PRODUCT EFFECTIVE JULY 6 2009
scn09-19hail_change.txtEXPERIMENTAL CRITERION CHANGE FOR HAIL SIZE IN SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING DETERMINATION AT ALL CENTRAL REGION WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES FROM THREE-QUARTER /0.75/ INCH TO ONE /1/ INCH IN DIAMETER OR LARGER EFFECTIVE BY OR BEFORE JULY 1 2009
scn09-20aswu_grap_conv.txtTRANSITION FROM EXPERIMENTAL TO OPERATIONAL STATUS OF THE ALASKA AVIATION WEATHER UNIT GRAPHICAL CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK PRODUCT: EFFECTIVE APRIL 30 2009
scn09-21tav_discontinued.txtDISCONTINUATION OF THE TRAVELERS FORECAST PRODUCT EFFECTIVE APRIL 15 2009
scn09-22box_marine_zones.txtNEW MARINE ZONES FOR SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND COASTAL WATERS EFFECTIVE JULY 15 2009
scn09-23aaa_lwx_marine_zones.txtCORRECTED: CHANGES IN COASTAL WATERS MARINE ZONES FOR PORTIONS OF THE MARYLAND CHESAPEAKE BAY AND TIDAL POTOMAC RIVER EFFECTIVE JULY 15 2009
scn09-23lwx_marine_zones.txtCHANGES IN COASTAL WATERS MARINE ZONES FOR PORTIONS OF THE MARYLAND CHESAPEAKE BAY AND TIDAL POTOMAC RIVER EFFECTIVE JULY 15 2009
scn09-24cca_new_mexico_zones.txtSUBJECT CORRECTED: NEW SHAPEFILE AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD AFTER JULY 20 2009. IMPLEMENTATION OF IMPROVED PUBLIC ZONE COVERAGE FOR THE NORTHERN AND CENTRAL PORTIONS OF NEW MEXICO EFFECTIVE JULY 22 2009
scn09-24new_mexico_zones.txtSUBJECT IMPLEMENTATION OF IMPROVED PUBLIC ZONE COVERAGE FOR THE NORTHERN AND CENTRAL PORTIONS OF NEW MEXICO EFFECTIVE JULY 22 2009
scn09-25nfdrs_north_dakota.txtADDITION OF ONE NATIONAL FIRE DANGER RATING SYSTEM SITE BY THE WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE IN BISMARCK ND EFFECTIVE TUESDAY APRIL 28 2009
scn09-26elko_nv_fire_zones.txtCHANGES TO THE BOUNDARIES OF TWO FIRE WEATHER ZONES IN NORTHERN NEVADA EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2009
scn09-27pinebluff_climate.txtSUBJECT IMPLEMENTATION OF CLIMATE INFORMATION AND RECORD REPORTS FOR PINE BLUFF ARKANSAS: EFFECTIVE JULY 1 2009
scn09-28lwx-akq_zones.txtREMINDER: CHANGES IN PUBLIC ZONES...COUNTY WARNING AREAS AND COUNTIES /AS USED IN AWIPS/ FOR NWS WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES AT BALTIMORE MD/WASHINGTON DC... WAKEFIELD VA AND MOUNT HOLLY NJ: EFFECTIVE JULY 15 2009
scn09-29cphc_watch_warning.txtSUBJECT: CHANGE TO ISSUANCE CRITERIA FOR TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCHES AND WARNINGS ISSUED BY THE CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER /CPHC/: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2009
scn09-30cphc_fix.txtNEW TROPICAL CYCLONE FIX BULLETIN PRODUCTS AND NEW PRODUCT FORMAT FOR THE NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN AND SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2009
scn09-31gjt_lightning_indx.txtTRANSITION FROM EXPERIMENTAL TO OPERATIONAL STATUS OF THE WFO GRAND JUNCTION LIGHTNING POTENTIAL INDEX GRAPHIC: EFFECTIVE MAY 19 2009
scn09-32cr_weekend_graphic.txtTRANSITION FROM EXPERIMENTAL TO OPERATIONAL STATUS OF THE WEEKEND WEATHER GRAPHIC FOR NWS CENTRAL REGION WFO/S: EFFECTIVE MAY 19 2009
scn09-33hls_changes.txtCHANGES TO THE HURRICANE LOCAL STATEMENT /HLS/ FORMAT: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2009
scn09-34ewx_bro.txtDISCONTINUATION OF THE SOUTH TEXAS WEATHER SUMMARY PRODUCT /RWSTX/ FOR WFOS AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO AND BROWNSVILLE TX EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2009
scn09-35serfc_wro.txtTRANSITION FROM EXPERIMENTAL TO OPERATIONAL STATUS OF THE SOUTHEAST RIVER FORECAST CENTER /SERFC/ WATER RESOURCE OUTLOOK /WRO/ MULTI-MEDIA BRIEFING: EFFECTIVE JUNE 3 2009
scn09-36wr_hail_exp.txtEXPERIMENTAL CRITERION CHANGE FOR HAIL SIZE IN SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING DETERMINATION AT ALL WESTERN REGION WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES FROM THREE-QUARTER /0.75/ INCH TO ONE /1/ INCH IN DIAMETER OR LARGER EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2009
scn09-37wireless_op.txtNWS SERVICES VIA WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES TO BE OFFICIAL EFFECTIVE JULY 1 2009
scn09-38ndfd_grib_op.txtNATIONAL DIGITAL FORECAST DATABASE /NDFD/ USER DEFINED GRIB2 FILES TO BE OFFICIAL EFFECTIVE JULY 1 2009
scn09-39ak_mdm_rge_fcst.txtTRANSITION FROM EXPERIMENTAL TO OPERATIONAL STATUS OF THE ALASKA MEDIUM RANGE FORECAST DISCUSSION AND THE ALASKA MEDIUM RANGE MEAN SEA LEVEL PRESSURE GRAPHIC FORECASTS EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1 2009
scn09-40aaa_boisezones.txtAMENDED: IMPLEMENTATION TIME CHANGED TO 2 PM MDT. CREATION OF NEW PUBLIC FORECAST ZONE AND MINOR RECONFIGURATIONS OF OTHER PUBLIC FORECAST ZONE BOUNDARIES IN SOUTHWEST IDAHO AND SOUTHEAST OREGON EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 2009
scn09-40boisezones.txtCREATION OF NEW PUBLIC FORECAST ZONE AND MINOR RECONFIGURATIONS OF OTHER PUBLIC FORECAST ZONE BOUNDARIES IN SOUTHWEST IDAHO AND SOUTHEAST OREGON EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 2009
scn09-41rofor.txtDISCONTINUATION OF INTERNATIONAL ROUTE FORECASTS: EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 2 2009
scn09-42aaa_riw_zones.txtAMENDED EFFECTIVE DATE TO OCTOBER 5 2009. ADJUSTMENT OF CURRENT PUBLIC FORECAST ZONE BOUNDARIES IN WESTERN AND CENTRAL WYOMING FOR WFO RIVERTON WYOMING EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 5 2009
scn09-42riw_zones.txtADJUSTMENT OF CURRENT PUBLIC FORECAST ZONE BOUNDARIES IN WESTERN AND CENTRAL WYOMING FOR WFO RIVERTON WYOMING: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 2009
scn09-43aaa_cys_zones.txtAMENDED EFFECTIVE DATE TO OCTOBER 5 2009. ADJUSTMENT OF CURRENT AND CREATION OF NEW PUBLIC FORECAST ZONE BOUNDARIES IN MUCH OF WYOMING AND WESTERN NEBRASKA FOR WFO CHEYENNE WYOMING EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 5 2009
scn09-43cys_zones.txtADJUSTMENT OF CURRENT AND CREATION OF NEW PUBLIC FORECAST ZONE BOUNDARIES IN MUCH OF WYOMING AND WESTERN NEBRASKA FOR WFO CHEYENNE WYOMING: EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 2009
scn09-44updated_fire_zones.txtUPDATED NATIONAL FIRE WEATHER FORECAST ZONE SHAPEFILE AS OF AUGUST 5 2009
scn09-45serfc_govdelivery.txtTRANSITION FROM EXPERIMENTAL TO OPERATIONAL STATUS OF THE SOUTHEAST RIVER FORECAST CENTER /SERFC/ GOV DELIVERY SYSTEM: EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 16 2009
scn09-46jackson_rec.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF A RECREATIONAL FORECAST AT THE WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE AT JACKSON MISSISSIPPI EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 3 2009
scn09-47cr_multimedia-oper.txtTRANSITION FROM EXPERIMENTAL TO OPERATIONAL STATUS FOR THE MULTIMEDIA WEATHER BRIEFING AT NWS CENTRAL REGION WFOS EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 2009
scn09-48new_orleans_ccf.txtADDITION OF TWO LOCATIONS TO THE POINT FORECAST MATRIX ...CODED CITIES FORECAST AND TABULAR STATE FORECAST PRODUCTS BY THE NEW ORLEANS/BATON ROUGE WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE EFFECTIVE TUESDAY DECEMBER 15 2009
scn09-49wr_fire_wx_web_oper.txtTRANSITION FROM EXPERIMENTAL TO OPERATIONAL STATUS FOR WESTERN REGION FIRE WEATHER WEB PAGES EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 2 2009
scn09-50lwx_zone_change.txtA SPLIT OF FAUQUIER COUNTY VIRGINIA INTO NORTHERN FAUQUIER AND SOUTHERN FAUQUIER FIRE AND PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES EFFECTIVE JANUARY 11 2010
scn09-51wsr-88d_level2.txtINITIATION OF NEW WSR-88D LEVEL II DATA STREAMS EFFECTIVE JANUARY AND JUNE 2010
scn09-52_1inch_hail_oper.txtNATIONAL CHANGE IN MINIMUM HAIL SIZE CRITERION FOR ISSUING SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING /SVR/ AND SEVERE WEATHER STATEMENT SVS/ PRODUCTS EFFECTIVE JANUARY 5 2010
scn09-53tae_zones.txtIMPLEMENTATION OF IMPROVED FIRE AND PUBLIC WEATHER ZONE COVERAGE FOR THE FLORIDA PANHANDLE AND BIG BEND COUNTIES OF THE TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE EFFECTIVE APRIL 1 2010
scn09-54wr_wx_story.txtTRANSITION FROM EXPERIMENTAL TO OPERATIONAL STATUS FOR WESTERN REGION GRAPHICAL WEATHER STORY OF THE DAY WEB PAGES EFFECTIVE JANUARY 12 2010.
scn09-55lsx_fire_zones.txtCHANGE IN RESPONSIBILITY FOR SOME FIRE WEATHER ZONES/AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY IN SOUTHEASTERN MISSOURI EFFECTIVE JANUARY 11 2010
scn10-01trop_warnings.txtCHANGE TO ISSUANCE CRITERIA FOR TROPICAL CYCLONE WATCHES AND WARNINGS ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER: EFFECTIVE FOR 2010 HURRICANE SEASON
scn10-02cca_chs_zone.txtCORRECTED: NWS WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE CHARLESTON SC WILL SPLIT ITS PUBLIC FORECAST ZONE FOR BERKELEY COUNTY SOUTH CAROLINA INTO TWO PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES...INLAND BERKELEY AND TIDAL BERKELEY...EFFECTIVE MAY 11 2010
scn10-02ccb_chs_zone.txtCORRECTED: NWS WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE CHARLESTON SC WILL SPLIT ITS PUBLIC FORECAST ZONE FOR BERKELEY COUNTY SOUTH CAROLINA INTO TWO PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES...INLAND BERKELEY AND TIDAL BERKELEY...EFFECTIVE MAY 11 2010
scn10-02chs_zone.txtNWS WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE CHARLESTON SC WILL SPLIT ITS PUBLIC FORECAST ZONE FOR BERKELEY COUNTY SOUTH CAROLINA INTO TWO PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES...INLAND BERKELEY AND TIDAL BERKELEY...EFFECTIVE MAY 11 2010
scn10-03aaa_vef_fire_zones.txtAMENDED: CHANGES TO THE BOUNDARIES OF TWO FIRE WEATHER ZONES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EFFECTIVE MARCH 16 2010
scn10-03caa_vef_fire_zones.txtCORRECTED: CHANGES TO THE BOUNDARIES OF TWO FIRE WEATHER ZONES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EFFECTIVE MARCH 16 2010. NEW SHAPEFILE AVAILABLE AS OF 11:15 AM EDT ON MARCH 16 2010
scn10-03vef_fire_zones.txtCHANGES TO THE BOUNDARIES OF TWO FIRE WEATHER ZONES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 16 2010
scn10-04graphical_airmet.txtAVIATION WEATHER CENTER /AWC/ GRAPHICAL AIRMET /G-AIRMET/ BECOMES AN OPERATIONAL PRODUCT: EFFECTIVE MARCH 16 2010
scn10-05fire_zone_tn.txtCHANGES TO THE FIRE WEATHER ZONE FOR THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK IN TENNESSEE AND NORTH CAROLINA EFFECTIVE MARCH 16 2010
scn10-06trop_cyclone_terms.txtADOPTION AND USE OF /POST-TROPICAL CYCLONE/ TERMINOLOGY BY NWS NATIONAL CENTERS AND FORECAST OFFICES: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2010
scn10-07tropcyc_pub.txtFORMAT CHANGES TO THE TROPICAL CYCLONE PUBLIC ADVISORY PRODUCTS FOR THE ATLANTIC...EASTERN PACIFIC...AND CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE BASINS: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2010
scn10-08marine_click.txtEXPERIMENTAL MARINE POINT FORECAST WEB PAGES WILL BECOME OPERATIONAL ON MARCH 8 2010 FOR THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES AND HAWAII
scn10-09lix_marine_zone.txtIMPLEMENTING IMPROVED MARINE ZONE COVERAGE FOR MISSISSIPPI AND SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA COASTAL WATERS: EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 2010
scn10-10trop_cyc.txtFORMAT CHANGE TO TROPICAL CYCLONE UPDATE PRODUCTS FOR THE ATLANTIC...EASTERN PACIFIC...AND CENTRAL PACIFIC BASINS: EFFECTIVE MAY 15 2010
scn10-11spc_fire_wx.txtINITIATION OF DAILY UPDATED ISSUANCES OF THE DAY 1 AND DAY 2 STORM PREDICTION CENTER FIRE WEATHER OUTLOOKS AND CHANGE IN ISSUANCE TIME FOR THE DAY 3 TO 8 FIRE WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR CONUS ONLY
scn10-16pacific_marine_zones.txtTEMPORARY MARINE ZONE CHANGES FOR COASTAL WATERS FROM WASHINGTON TO CENTRAL CALIFORNIA TO BECOME PERMANENT APRIL 1 2010
scn10-17hdob.txtCHANGE TO CODING OF HIGH DENSITY OBSERVATION /HDOB/ MESSAGE FOR MISSING DATA: EFFECTIVE JULY 15 2010
scn10-18vtec_rip_curr.txtTEST OF OPERATIONAL VALID TIME EVENT CODE /VTEC/ FOR RIP CURRENTS IN COASTAL HAZARD MESSAGE /CFW/ IN SELECT WEATHER FORECAST OFFICES /WFOS/: EFFECTIVE MAY 12 2010 EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY MAY 12 2010 AT 1200 COORDINATED UNIVERSAL TIME /UTC/ 7 SELECT NWS WFOS WILL BEGIN USING A NEW VTEC CODE FOR RIP CURRENTS IN THEIR COASTAL HAZARD MESSAGES /CFW/.
scn10-19tsu_marine_zones.txtREMOVAL OF MARINE ZONES FROM NWS WEST COAST ALASKA TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER /WC/ATWC/ TSUNAMI WATCH/WARNING/ADVISORY PRODUCTS AND CHANGE OF WC/ATWC BREAKPOINTS ALONG ALASKA AND THE WEST COAST: EFFECTIVE AUGUST 3 2010.
scn10-22goes-east.txtGOES EAST EMWIN USERS MUST TAKE ACTION TO CONTINUE RECEIVING EMWIN BROADCAST AFTER APRIL 26 2010
scn10-23aaa_ny_zones.txtNEW FIRE AND PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES AND BOUNDARY CHANGES FOR PARTS OF NORTHEAST NEW JERSEY AND SOUTHEAST NEW YORK: EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 1 2010
scn10-23ny_zones.txtNEW FIRE AND PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES AND BOUNDARY CHANGES FOR PARTS OF NORTHEAST NEW JERSEY AND SOUTHEAST NEW YORK: EFFECTIVE MONDAY AUGUST 2 2010
scn10-25ridge2.txtRIDGE RADAR VERSION II IMPLEMENTATION DATE SET FOR JULY 06 2010
scn10-25ridge2aaa.txtAMENDED: TO DELAY RIDGE RADAR VERSION II IMPLEMENTATION DATE UNTIL MARCH 2011
scn10-26el_nino.txtEARLY ISSUANCE OF THE JUNE 2010 EL NINO-SOUTHERN OSCILLATION /ENSO/ DIAGNOSTICS DISCUSSION
scn10-27wmo_prod_header.txtEND-STATE WMO/AWIPS PRODUCT IDENTIFIERS FOR THREE NORTH CENTRAL RIVER FORECAST CENTER PRODUCTS: EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 15 2010
scn10-28mixed_case.txtUSE OF UPPER AND LOWERCASE LETTERS IN NATIONAL PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENTS...SERVICE CHANGE AND TECHNICAL IMPLEMENTATION NOTICES EFFECTIVE AUGUST 16 2010
scn10-29iowa_aqa.txtNEW STATEWIDE AIR QUALITY ALERT PRODUCT FOR IOWA EFFECTIVE MONDAY OCTOBER 4 2010
scn10-30can_tsunami_zones.txtCANADIAN UGC CODES IN NWS TSUNAMI /TSU/ PRODUCTS EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 9 2010
scn10-31gag_vor.txtCHANGE OF NAME AND IDENTIFIER FOR THE GAGE OK VHF OMNIDIRECTIONAL RADIO RANGE /VOR/ AVIATION RADIO NAVIGATION SITE EFFECTIVE AUGUST 31 2010
scn10-31multisensor_precip.txtTRANSITION FROM EXPERIMENTAL TO OPERATIONAL STATUS OF THE HOURLY MULTISENSOR PRECIPITATION ESTIMATE INFORMATION SERVICE: EFFECTIVE JULY 20 2010
scn10-32multisensor_precip.txtTRANSITION FROM EXPERIMENTAL TO OPERATIONAL STATUS OF THE HOURLY MULTISENSOR PRECIPITATION ESTIMATE INFORMATION SERVICE: EFFECTIVE JULY 20 2010
scn10-33pdt_zones.txtNEW PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES AND BOUNDARY CHANGES FOR PARTS OF CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST OREGON AND SOUTHEAST WASHINGTON EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 15 2010
scn10-33pdt_zones_cca.txtCorrected to add "the" to several new zone names. New public forecast zones and boundary changes for parts of central and northeast Oregon and southeast Washington effective October 15, 2010
scn10-34twc_zones.txtRECONFIGURATION OF PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES IN SOUTHEAST ARIZONA EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 15 2010
scn10-35_level2.txtCHANGED DATES OF ADDING NEW WSR-88D LEVEL II DATA STREAMS
scn10-36lwx_zones.txtA SPLIT OF HIGHLAND COUNTY VIRGINIA AND PENDLETON COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA FIRE AND PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 15 2010
scn10-37pbz_zones.txtA SPLIT OF WESTMORELAND COUNTY AND FAYETTE COUNTY FIRE AND PUBLIC FORECAST ZONES IN WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA EFFECTIVE MONDAY NOVEMBER 15 2010
scn10-38event_types.txtAdditional Preliminary Local Storm Report Weather Event Types and Event Sources: Effective December 1, 2010
scn10-38event_types_aaa.txtAmended to indicate a rolling software implementation date for Preliminary Local Storm Report Weather Event Types and Event Sources with completion scheduled for June 30, 2010
scn10-38event_types_caa.txtCorrected Date: Rolling software implementation date for Preliminary Local Storm Report Weather Event Types and Event Sources with completion scheduled for June 30, 2011
scn10-39hour_precip.txtReplacement of the National Weather Service Hourly Multi-Sensor Precipitation Estimate Information Service Effective October 4, 2010 Effective October 4, 2010, the Hourly Multi-Sensor Precipitation Estimate Information Service will be discontinued and replaced by a new Hourly Multi-Sensor Precipitation Estimate Information Service with more advanced zooming capabilities while retaining similar functionality and user interface.
scn10-43wind-hail_tag_line_oper_cca.txtCorrected to include Special Marine Warnings (SMW) and Marine Weather Statements (MWS) for the Great Lakes. Transition from Experimental to Operational Status of the Wind-Hail Tag Line for NWS Central Region Severe Thunderstorm Warnings: Effective November 15 2010
scn10-44bear_river_hydrocca.txtCorrected: Transfer of Hydrologic Services for the Bear River in Idaho Effective January 12, 2011
scn10-45ny_zones_reminder-cca.txtCorrected to remove Civil Emergency Messages (CEM) from the list of affected products. Reminder: New Fire and Public Forecast Zones and Boundary Changes for Parts of Northeast New Jersey and Southeast New York Effective December 1, 2010
scn10-45ny_zones_reminder.txtReminder: New Fire and Public Forecast Zones and Boundary Changes for Parts of Northeast New Jersey and Southeast New York Effective December 1, 2010
scn10-47aaa_us_las_vegas.txtAmended: To report the official release point datum for the Las Vegas, NV, Radiosonde Replacement System (RRS) site The original notice dated Nov 10, 2010, contained provisional datum information and the elevation value was subsequently revised. The official value is now 693.234 meters as indicated in this amendment. All other information remains unchanged. The original notice is below for your convenience.
scn10-47us_las_vegas.txtLas Vegas Radiosonde Replacement System (RRS) Operational Date and Communications Identifier Changes For Upper-Air (UA) Products from WFO Las Vegas Effective December 18 2010
scn10-48ccf_discontinuance.txtDiscontinuation of the Coded Cities Forecast (CCF) for 5 of 6 NWS Regions Effective March 15, 2011
scn10-49akq_zones.txtChanges in Coastal Waters Marine Zones For the Lower Chesapeake Bay of Southeastern Virginia Effective April 5, 2011
scn10-50buf_zones.txtNew Marine Zones for the Niagara River Effective April 5, 2011
scn10-51lox_zones.txtChange in Synopsis Name in Coastal Waters Forecast (CWF) for WFO Los Angeles/Oxnard Effective April 5, 2011
scn10-52end_gls_maw.txtThe Great Lakes Storm Summary (GLS) and Marine Alert Message (MAW) Will No Longer Be Issued Effective February 1, 2011
scn10-53wilmington_zones.txtNew Fire and Public Forecast Zones and Boundary Changes for Coastal Portions of Northeast South Carolina and Southeast North Carolina, Effective Tuesday May 3, 2011
scn10-54bear_river_hydro.txtTransfer of Hydrologic Services for the Bear River in Idaho Effective January 12, 2011
scn11-01tropcyclone.txtChanges to Tropical Cyclone Text Products Issued by National Centers and Weather Forecast Office Guam: Effective May 15, 2011
scn11-01tropcyclone_corrected.txtCorrected: Changes to Tropical Cyclone Text Products Issued by National Centers and Weather Forecast Office Guam: Effective May 15, 2011
scn11-02spanish_chart.txtTransition of HPC Today’s Weather Chart in Spanish from Experimental to Operational Effective March 1, 2011
scn11-03hpc_prob_freezing.txtTransition of HPC Probabilistic Freezing Temperature Charts from Experimental to Operational Effective March 1, 2011
scn11-04fl_forecast_prod.txtDiscontinuance of the Florida State Forecast Product (SFPFL) in Favor of Individual WFO Tabular State Forecast Products (SFTXXX) Effective March 1, 2011
scn11-05spanish_trop.txtNew Line added to Mass News Dissemination Header Block for Spanish Language Version of the Tropical Cyclone Public Advisory and Tropical Weather Outlook: Effective June 1, 2011
scn11-05spanish_trop_cca.txtCorrected: New Line Added to Mass News Dissemination Header Block for Spanish language Version of the Tropical Cyclone Public Advisory and Tropical Weather Outlook: effective June 1, 2011
scn11-06tangipahoa-la-zones.txtImplementation of Improved Fire and Public Weather Coverage for Mississippi and Southeast Louisiana Effective May 31, 2011
scn11-07hls.txtChanges to the Hurricane Local Statement Format Issued by Weather Forecast Offices for Tropical Cyclones in the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific Hurricane Basins: Effective May 15, 2011
scn11-08ww.txtChanges to Watches and Warnings issued by Weather Forecast Offices for tropical cyclones in the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific hurricane basins: Effective May 15, 2011
scn11-09FireWxZnSplits.txtChanges to the Boundaries of the Fire Weather Forecast Zones in Phillips, Valley, Petroleum and Garfield Counties Montana Effective March 15 2011
scn11-10 wwa cap.txtNWS Watches/Warnings/Advisories in CAP and ATOM based Formats to Transition to Operational Status on March 15, 2011.
scn11-11grandrapidshydro-sum.txtNew Daily Hydrometeorological Data Summary issued by WFO Grand Rapids, Michigan: Effective March 14 2011
scn11-12az_hydro.txtTransfer of Hydrologic Services in northern Arizona Effective May 10, 2011
scn11-13pqpf_oper.txtTransition of NCEP HPC Probabilistic Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts From Experimental to Operational Effective April 5, 2011
scn11-14keywest_marinezones.txtImplementing Improved Marine Zone Coverage for the Florida Keys Coastal Waters: Effective July 7, 2011
scn11-15ripcurr_vtec.txtTest of Operational Rip Current Valid Time Event Code (VTEC) in Coastal Hazard Message at Select Weather Forecast Offices (WFOs) Effective May 12, 2011 Effective Thursday May 12, 2011, at 1200 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) 10 additional WFOs will use a new VTEC event code for rip currents in their Coastal Hazard Messages (CFW).
scn11-16texas_zones.txtImplementation of Improved Fire and Public Weather Forecasts for Southeast Texas Effective August 4, 2011
scn11-17exceedance_heights.txtProbabilistic Tropical Cyclone Storm Surge Exceedance Products Become Operational: Effective June 1, 2011
scn11-18oper_bullets.txtTransition of Bulleted Coastal/Lakeshore Hazard Message (CFW) and Marine Weather Message (MWW) Products to Operational Effective June 1, 2011
scn11-19colorado_zones.txtChanges to the Boundaries of Fire Weather Forecast Zone 201, the Craig Forecast Area, Including Moffat, Routt and Rio Blanco Counties, CO; and Zone 205, the Montrose Forecast Area, Including Delta, Gunnison, Montrose, San Miguel, Ouray, and Northern Hinsdale Counties, CO, Effective June 7, 2011
scn11-20ncwf2_cessation.txtDiscontinuance of the Experimental Second Generation National Convective Weather Forecast (NCWF-2) Effective June 16, 2011
scn11-21bulleted_wsw_npw_rfw_oper.txtTransition of Experimental Bulleted Winter Storm (WSW), Non Precipitation Weather (NPW) and Fire Weather (RFW) Watch/Warning/Advisory Products to Operational Effective June 22, 2011
scn11-22six-hourly_qpf.txtTransition of NCEP HPC Six Hour Interval Quantitative Precipitation Forecast for Days 4 and 5 From Experimental to Operational Status July 5, 2011
scn11-23gray_maine_radar.txtNew WSR-88D Installation Information effective no later than September 20, 2011
scn11-23gray_maine_radar_aaa.txtNew Washington State WSR-88D Update and Data Flow Test on September 8, 2011
scn11-24hazards_assessment.txtFormat of U.S. Hazards and Global Tropics Hazards Assessments effective Sep 12 2011
scn11-25drought_monitor.txtU.S. Drought Monitor Impact Type Labels Change Effective September 29, 2011
scn11-26nwws.txtNew NOAA Weather Wire Service During 2012 A new NOAA Weather Wire Service (NWWS) will be commissioned during 2012. The new NWWS will operate concurrently with the current NWWS system for a period of time before the old NWWS system is decommissioned (turned off) in March 2012 at the earliest. For the latest news and information about this change, please consult the Weather Wire website at:
scn11-27hpc_grids.txtEnhancements to Hydrometeorological Prediction Center Medium Range Weather Grids over CONUS Effective October 11 2011
scn11-28buoy44018.txtRelocation of National Data Buoy Center Buoy 44018 on or about October 15
scn11-28cameron_la_zones.txtImplementation of Improved Fire and Public Weather Coverage for Southwest Louisiana Effective December 15, 2011
scn11-28cameron_la_zones_cca.txtCorrected: Implementation of Improved Fire and Public Weather Coverage for Southwest Louisiana Effective December 15, 2011
scn11-30bouy41002.txtRelocation of National Data Buoy Center buoy 41002 on or about November 1, 2011
scn11-31lrit-emwin_emer_shutdown.txtHurricane Irene Emergency Outage for to EMWIN and LRIT users Effective 13:00 EST, Saturday, August 27, 2011
scn11-32fax-iffdp.txtFacsimile-Based International Flight Folder Documentation Program (IFFDP) Termination Effective February 28, 2012
scn11-33ak_zones.txtModification of Fire and Public Weather Zone Boundary between the Yukon Delta and Lower Yukon Valley Zones in Western Alaska Effective October 13, 2011
scn11-34space_wx.txtImplementation of Improved Space Weather Watch, Warning and Alert Products Effective December 19, 2011
scn11-35natl_snowfall_analysis.txtTransition of the National Snowfall Analysis from Experimental to Operational Status Effective November 11, 2011
scn11-36new_mexico_zones.txtSUBJECT Implementation of Improved Public Zone Coverage for Southwestern/South Central New Mexico and Far West Texas Effective February 23, 2012
scn11-37sigmet-test.txtUS SIGMET Testing from November 8-22, 2011
scn11-38marineforecast.txtChanges to the format of the Marine Forecast Matrices Issued by Weather Forecast Office Honolulu: Effective March 1, 2012
scn11-39green_river_hydro.txtTransfer of Hydrologic Services for the Green River at Green River Forecast Location in Utah Effective February 28, 2012
scn11-40marine.txtChanges in Offshore Waters Marine Zones For the Caribbean and Southwest North Atlantic And the Gulf of Mexico Effective April 3, 2012 Effective Tuesday April 3, 2012 at 200 pm Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) or 1800 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), the Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch (TAFB) of the National Hurricane Center will reconfigure its marine zones for the offshore waters in the Caribbean and Southwest North Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico. Currently there are five (5) marine zones covering the Caribbean and Southwest North Atlantic and four (4) marine zones covering the Gulf of Mexico. These zones will be reconfigured into twenty-four (24) marine zones to cover the Caribbean and Southwest North Atlantic and eight (8) zones to cover the Gulf of Mexico. Marine observations, local effects, and substantial customer feedback all indicate that the current configuration of marine zones does not adequately address the local effects and does not provide enough detail for the marine community. This reconfiguration will serve to improve the precision of marine warnings, forecasts, and other services by allowing forecasters to be more area specific.
scn11-40offshorezonescca.txtCorrected: Changes in Offshore Waters Marine Zones For the Caribbean and Southwest North Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico Effective April 3, 2012
scn11-41zone.txtChanges in Marine, Fire and Public Weather Forecast Zones for Portions of the Lower James, York, and Rappahannock Rivers in Southeastern Virginia Effective April 3, 2012
scn11-42extreme_cold.txtEliminating Winter Storm Warning Code at 8 Offices Effective January 18 2012 Reference the following PNS requesting comments: http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notification/pns11extreme_cold.txt Beginning Wednesday January 18, 2012, and continuing through April 15, 2012, select NWS Weather Forecast Offices (WFOs) will issue a consolidated experimental Extreme Cold (EC) Warning product in lieu of all Wind Chill products on an experimental basis. In addition, the EC product will alert people to cold ambient temperatures with no wind. Users who normally receive Wind Chill Watches, Warnings and Advisories via the Winter Storm Warning (WSW) product using NWS Valid-Time Event Codes (VTEC) of WC.A, WC.W, WC.Y will need to go to the appropriate Non-Precipitation Warning (NPW) products listed in Table 1 below and parse using the single VTEC (EC.W) to receive all cold-related products. WFO Little Rock, AR (LZK) will issue the experimental EC Warning under a NPW only for cold windless conditions, but will continue to issue WSW Wind Chill products for a combination of cold and windy conditions. TABLE 1.WFO WMO HEADING AWIPS ID_____________ ___________ ________ Rapid City, SD WWUS73 KUNR NPWUNR Aberdeen, SD WWUS73 KABR NPWABR Sioux Falls, SD WWUS73 KFSD NPWFSD Bismarck, ND WWUS73 KBIS NPWBIS Eastern ND/Grand Forks, ND WWUS73 KFGF NPWFGF Minneapolis, MN WWUS73 KMPX NPWMPX Duluth, MN WWUS73 KDLH NPWDLH Little Rock, AR WWUS73 KLZK NPWLZK
scn11-42extreme_coldcca.txtCorrected: Eliminating Winter Storm Warning Code at 8 Offices Effective January 18 2012 Corrected title to indicate change is to Winter Storm warning Code.
scn11-42extreme_coldccb.txtCorrected: Replacing or Augmenting Wind Chill Products with Experimental Extreme Cold Warnings at 8 NWS Weather Forecast Offices Effective January 18, 2012
scn11-43lkn-zones.txtChanges to Some Public Weather Forecast Zones in Northeastern and Central Nevada Effective April 3 2012
scn11-44-iscs-to-gifs.txtISCS Broadcast Ending and Being Replaced by the GTS Internet File Service (GIFS) Effective June 30, 2011
scn12-01madis.txtNational Mesonet Partial Data Outage Effective January 11, 2012
scn12-02trop.txtChange to the Tropical Weather Outlook Text Products Effective May 15, 2012
scn12-03wind_wave.txtTransition from Experimental to Operational Status of Digital Wind and Wave Forecasts on Inland Lakes and Reservoirs Effective March 1, 2012
scn12-04tn_fire_zones.txtChanges in Fire Weather Forecast Zones for Middle and East Tennessee Effective March 6, 2012 Effective Tuesday March 6, 2012 at 7:00 AM Eastern Standard Time, 1200 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), NWS Weather Forecast Offices (WFO) in Morristown (MRX) and Nashville (OHX), Tennessee, will reconfigure their fire weather forecast zones with respect to Moore County, TN. Specifically, Moore County, TN, will become part of WFO OHX, renamed TNZ502, Highland Rim District – South (old zone name Tennessee Forest District 5 South). Currently this zone is part of WFO MRX, named TNZ300, Cumberland District – South (old zone name Tennessee Forest District 3).
scn12-05sup_climata_data.txtDiscontinue the Supplementary Data Observation (SDO) and Supplementary Climate Data (SCD) products. Effective March 3, 2012
scn12-06ahps_enhancements.txtEnhancements to Hydrologic Information on the Web Effective on or before February 29, 2012
scn12-07hpc_winter_prec.txtTransition of NCEP HPC Probabilistic Winter Precipitation Forecasts for Days 1 -3 from Experimental to Operational Effective March 13, 2012, for CONUS Only
scn12-08firewx_dmx_dvn.txtChanges to the Fire Weather Forecast Service Programs at the NWS Weather Forecast Offices in Des Moines, IA, and Davenport, IA, Effective March 15, 2012
scn12-09chs_zones.txtNWS Weather Forecast Office Charleston, SC, Will Split the Fire Weather Forecast Zone for Berkeley County, SC, Effective March 19, 2012
scn12-10beach_hazards.txtTest of Beach Hazards Statement with new Valid Time Event Code (VTEC) in Coastal Hazard Message at Select Weather Forecast Offices (WFOs) Effective May 15, 2012
scn12-10zone_des-aaa.txtAmended: Test of Beach Hazards Statement with new Valid Time Event Code (VTEC) in Coastal Hazard Message at Select Weather Forecast Offices (WFOs) Effective May 15, 2012
scn12-11pfm_ccf.txtAddition of Three Locations to the Point Forecast Matrix and Five Locations to the Coded Cities Forecast Products by the Brownsville Weather Forecast Office Effective May 31, 2012
scn12-12lwx_rtp.txtChanges to the Regional Temperature and Precipitation (RTP) product and re-establishment of the Daily Hydrometeorological Data Summary (HYD) product at the Baltimore/Washington Weather Forecast Office WFO
scn12-13rugs_discontinue.txtDiscontinuance of the Experimental Recently Updated Grids Service (RUGS)
scn12-14spc_md.txtStandardized Format in Free Text Portion of Storm Prediction Center (SPC) Mesoscale Discussion (CONUS Only) Effective May 1, 2012
scn12-15seattle_fire_zones.txtChanges in Four Fire Weather Forecast Zone Names for Western Washington Effective April 30 2012
scn12-16ut_fire_zones.txtChanges in Fire Weather Forecast Zones for Utah Effective April 30, 2012
scn12-17enso.txtEarly Release of May 2012 ENSO Diagnostics Discussion Effective May 3, 2012 Effective May 3 2012, the May 2012 edition of the monthly El Niño/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) diagnostics discussion will be released 1 week earlier than previously scheduled. The product will be released 1 week early in May 2012 due to the ongoing rapid transition from La Nina to neutral conditions. This is a one-time change and will only affect the release date for the May 2012 discussion. This product is available at the following link: http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/analysis_monitoring/enso_advisory/index.shtml
scn12-18ilm-zones.txtWinyah Bay, South Carolina, will transfer from a Marine Zone to Fire and Public Zones Effective June 7, 2012
scn12-19madis.txtNational Mesonet Data Stream Restart May 15, 2012 Effective May 15, 2012, the National Mesonet data streams discontinued from MADIS in January of 2012 will be restarted through MADIS links. These data streams include: AWS-UrbanetAWS-GA MesonetAWS-IL MesonetAWS-KS Mesonet
scn12-20marinelox.txtChanges to Coastal Marine Zone Boundaries Off Southern California Effective October 2, 2012
scn12-21iscs_end.txtInternational Satellite Communications System (ISCS) Broadcast Ending Effective July 1, 2012
scn12-22weathergov_web.txtTransition of the Weather.gov Design Refresh from Experimental to Operational Status Effective July 2, 2012 Effective Monday, July 2, 2012, the design refresh of the NWS website will transition from experimental to operational status. This product is available online at: http://www.weather.gov
scn12-23mob_marine_zone.txtImplementing Improved Marine Zone Coverage for the Mobile/Pensacola Coastal Waters: Effective October 2, 2012 Effective Tuesday, October 2, 2012, at 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) or 1200 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) the NWS Weather Forecast Office (WFO) in Mobile, Alabama, will reconfigure its current marine zones for the Mobile/Pensacola area. This reconfiguration will provide better forecast services by realigning the coastal zones for climatological, geographical, and bathymetric effects. This change will provide enhanced forecasts for Mobile Bay; the Mississippi Sound; Perdido Bay; Pensacola Bay, including the Santa Rosa Sound; and Choctawhatchee Bay. All current zones will be maintained except GMZ630 (Mobile Bay), which will be divided into two zones: one for North Mobile Bay and one for South Mobile Bay, split using a line between the mouth of the Fowl River eastward to Point Clear. In addition to a new zone for Mobile Bay, four additional new zones will be added, all separated out of GMZ650 and GMZ655 (see Tables 1 and 2), including one for Perdido Bay, which will incorporate Wolf Bay into the zone. Table 1 lists all the current marine zones and corresponding Universal Geographic Codes (UGC) for which WFO Mobile issues forecasts and warnings. Table 2 lists all the marine zones and corresponding UGCs for which WFO Mobile will issue forecasts and warnings effective October 2, 2012. Table 3 lists all the products issued by WFO Mobile that will be affected by the marine zone changes.
scn12-24improved_space_wx.txtImplementation of Improved Space Weather Watch Effective July 25, 2012
scn12-25afws.txtNWS to Establish New Methods to Collect Automated Flood Warning System Information by March 31, 2013 For over 30 years, the NWS has routinely collected raw Automated Local Evaluation in Real Time (ALERT) messages. NWS field offices make use of these ALERT messages to support hydrologic forecast and warning operations. The NWS Automated Flood Warning System (AFWS) currently collects and processes raw ALERT messages 24x7x365 from over 1700 rainfall and stream sensors in 12 states: Connecticut, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. These data are used routinely to generate NWS river forecasts and flood advisories, watches, and warnings.
scn12-26spc-day3-thunder.txtGeneral Thunderstorm Information Added to Storm Prediction Center (SPC) Day 3 Convective Outlook Effective September 25, 2012
scn12-27eka_wave.txtNew Experimental Wave Terminology Change to be used For Coastal Waters from Point Saint George to Point Arena, CA, Effective September 19, 2012
scn12-27eka_wave_aaa.txtExtending comment period to July 1, 2016, for Experimental Wave Terminology Change for Coastal Waters from Point Saint George to Point Arena, CA
scn12-28phi_zones.txtNew Fire and Public Forecast Zones and Boundary Changes for Southeastern Pennsylvania, effective December 4, 2012
scn12-29spc_opr_thunderstorm.txtTransition of NWS Storm Prediction Center (SPC) Thunderstorm Outlook (CONUS Only) from Experimental to Operational Status Effective September 26, 2012
scn12-29spc_opr_thunderstormcca.txtCorrected: Transition of NWS Storm Prediction Center (SPC) Thunderstorm Outlook (CONUS Only) from Experimental to Operational Status Effective September 26, 2012
scn12-30swpc_discontinued.txtDiscontinuation of Space Weather Advisory Bulletin Effective October 5, 2012
scn12-31hgx_zone.txtShapeFile Correction and Adjustment for the Upper and Lower Houston Ship Channel and Galveston Bay Effective October 11, 2012
scn12-32shef-crex.txtNOS/CO-OPS to Change SHEF and CREX Bulletins Effective October 24, 2012
scn12-33atwc_products.txtChanges to West Coast/Alaska Tsunami Warning Center (WCATWC) Products Effective November 1, 2012
scn12-34yakutat_bay.txtNew WMO Header and MND Header block for Yakutat Bay Coastal Waters Forecast Product Effective January 9, 2013
scn12-34yakutat_bayaaa.txtAmended: New WMO Header and MND Header Block for Yakutat Bay Coastal Waters Forecast Product Effective Date Delayed Until January 29, 2013
scn12-34yakutat_baycaa.txtCorrected: New WMO Header and MND Header Block for Yakutat Bay Coastal Waters Forecast Product Effective Date Delayed until January 29, 2013
scn12-35valdez_kodiak_marine.txtChange to Dissemination of Valdez Port, Narrows and Arm and Chiniak and Marmot Bays Coastal Waters Forecast Products Effective January 9, 2013
scn12-36npop.txtDiscontinuance of the National Public Observing Program (NPOP) Effective October 1, 2012
scn12-37sanjoaquin-rtp.txtChanges to the Regional Temperature and Precipitation (RTP) Product from Weather Forecast Office (WFO) San Joaquin Valley, Hanford, CA, Effective December 4, 2012
scn12-38removal_marine_portal.txtRemoval of Experimental Southeastern U.S./Gulf of Mexico Marine Weather Portal on November 30, 2012
scn12-39end_exp_extreme_cold.txtDiscontinuance of Experimental Extreme Cold Warnings Effective December 3, 2012
scn12-40co-ops_ofs.txtNOS/CO-OPS is implementing model guidance SHEF Bulletins, Effective December 5, 2012
scn12-40co-ops_ofscca.txtCorrected: NOS/CO-OPS is implementing model guidance Standard Hydrometeorological Exchange Format (SHEF) Bulletins, Effective December 5, 2012
scn12-41sigmet_testing-cca.txtCorrected: U.S. SIGMET Testing November 7-21
scn12-41sigmet_testing.txtUS SIGMET Testing November 7-21
scn12-42vero_beach_vor.txtChange of name and identifier for the Vero Beach Florida VHF Omnidirectional Radio Range (VOR) Aviation Radio Navigation Site Effective November 15, 2012
scn12-43end_gov_delivery-aaa.txtAmended: Updated Status of GovDelivery Dissemination of NWS Alerts by email/SMS SCN 12-43 issued on November 8, 2012 indicated that effective November 8 2012, NWS is discontinuing the weather alert services associated with the mass email/SMS service provided under NWS contract with GovDelivery.
scn12-43end_gov_delivery-aab.txtAmended: GovDelivery Dissemination of NWS Alerts by email/SMS SCN 12-43 issued on November 8, 2012, indicated that effective November 8, 2012, NWS is discontinuing the weather alert services associated with the mass email/SMS service provided under NWS contract with GovDelivery. This service had been provided by free subscription on
scn12-43end_gov_delivery.txtTermination of NWS Alerts by email/SMS on www.weather.gov Effective November 8 2012 Effective November 8 2012, NWS is discontinuing the services associated with the mass email/SMS service provided by GovDelivery, which provides NWS alerts by email/SMS service for all subscribed users. This service has been provided by free subscription on
scn12-44mob_coastal.txtChange in Synopsis Name in Coastal Waters Forecast (CWF) for WFO Mobile Effective January 22, 2013
scn12-45hpc_med_range_schedule.txtChange to Issuance Times of HPC Day 3-7 Products, CONUS Only Effective December 18, 2012
scn12-45hpc_med_range_schedulecca.txtCorrected: Change to Issuance Times of HPC Day 3-7 Products (CONUS Only) Effective December 18, 2012
scn12-46keywest_marine_zone.txtImplementing Improved Marine Zone Coverage for Florida Keys Coastal Waters Effective April 2, 2013
scn12-47losa_marine_zone.txtPlace islands in their Correct Marine Zones off Southern California Coast Effective April 2, 2013 Effective Tuesday, April 2, 2013, at 1100 AM Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) or 1800 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), the NWS Weather Forecast Office (WFO) in Los Angeles/Oxnard, CA, will correct the wording of three of its marine zones. Anacapa and Santa Barbara Islands were incorrectly placed in marine zones PZZ650, PZZ655, and PZZ676. Only the names of these marine zones will be adjusted. The Universal Geographic Codes (UGC) will not change and the marine zone boundaries will not change. All the other islands in WFO Los Angeles waters are not affected.
scn12-48mmefs_oper.txtTransition of Meteorological Model Ensemble River Forecasts from Experimental to Operational Effective January 8, 2013
scn12-49sfpar_sft.txtDiscontinuance of the Arkansas State Forecast Product (SFPAR) in Favor of Individual WFO Tabular State Forecast Products (SFTXXX) Effective January 3, 2013
scn13-10sel_enhanced_haz.txtEnhanced Bulleted Format of NWS Storm Prediction Center (SPC) Public Watch Notification Messages (SEL) (CONUS Only) Effective April 16, 2013
scn13-11bhs-hab.txtBeach Hazards Statements Issued by WFO Tampa Bay Area To Include Information about Harmful Algal Blooms (HAB) when appropriate, effective February 4, 2013
scn13-11bhs-habaaa.txtAmended: Change in Issuance Criteria for Beach Hazards Statements for Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) Issued by WFO Tampa Bay Area, Effective Immediately
scn13-12exp_haz_map_discont.txtDiscontinuance of the Experimental New NWS Hazards Map Interface Effective March 12, 2013
scn13-13canl-oper.txtTransition of Experimental Cold Advisory for Newborn Livestock Web Service to Operational for Participating WFOs in CONUS Only, Effective March 19, 2013
scn13-14hpc_mesoscale_precip.txtTransition of NCEP Mesoscale Discussions for Heavy Rainfall from Storm Prediction Center to HPC Effective April 9 2013
scn13-15dod_level2.txtInitiation of Additional DOD WSR-88D Level II Data Streams Beginning March 2013
scn13-16hsd.txtNew Display of Automated Flood Warning Systems (AFWS) Web Pages Effective on or before March 31, 2013
scn13-17ptwc_iotwsproducts.txtTermination of Interim Advisory Service for Tsunamis by the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center to Countries on the Indian Ocean, effective March 31, 2013
scn13-18ilm_zones.txtSheltered Waters Along Part of North Carolina Coastline Will Transfer from Marine Zones to Fire and Public Zones Effective April 2, 2013
scn13-19tce_termination.txtElimination of the Tropical Cyclone Position Estimate Product with the information provided in the Tropical Cyclone Update Product Effective May 15, 2013 Effective May 15, 2013, the Tropical Cyclone Position Estimate (TCE) product issued by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) and Central Pacific Hurricane Center (CPHC) will be terminated. The information previously provided in the TCE will be provided in the Tropical Cyclone Update (TCU) product.
scn13-1buoy46089astoria_or.txtBuoy 46089, offshore Astoria, Oregon, is no longer supported effective immediately The National Ocean Service (NOS) Coastal Storms Program (CSP) will discontinue sponsorship of National Data Buoy Center (NDBC) buoy 46089 in 2013. This buoy is considered unfunded. Buoy 46089 is about 85 nautical miles west northwest of Astoria, Oregon, at coordinates 45.893 North 125.819 West. The link below shows the approximate location of the buoy. http://batchgeo.com/map/233b6670266d4498fa69809acc3b6554 Annual cost to operate this buoy is about $60,000 plus U.S. Coast Guard support to service it. At this time, the buoy is fully operational and transmitting data. If problems with data transmission develop, there is no funding to repair the buoy and it will no longer transmit data. There is no way to determine how long the data will be available.
scn13-20preepd.txtDiscontinuance of Weather Prediction Center Preliminary Extended Forecast Discussion Effective April 16, 2013
scn13-21usrcrn_terminate.txtChanges to Observations from USRCRN on or about April 6, 2013 US Regional Climate Reference Network (USRCRN) Precipitation measurements from southwest region sites will be phased out over several months beginning on or about April 6, 2013.
scn13-22swpc_products.txtTransition of Two Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) Products from Experimental to Operational Status Effective April 22, 2013
scn13-23firewx_web_oper.txtTransition from Experimental to Operational Status of National Fire Weather Web Page Effective April 23, 2013
scn13-24emwin_ftp_logon.txtEMWIN FTP Logon Changes Effective June 10, 2013
scn13-25grib1 cessation.txtFormat Change for World Area Forecast System (WAFS) Upper Air Forecasts Effective November 13, 2013.
scn13-26drought_outlook.txtU.S. Drought Outlook Changes Effective June 20, 2013 The U.S. Drought Outlooks will change both their forecast time period and categories. The U.S. Drought Outlooks will now forecast a Seasonal (3-month) and Monthly time period instead of an Initial and Updated Seasonal (3-month) time frame. The new Seasonal (3-month) Drought Outlook (SDO) will be released on the third Thursday of the month and the Monthly Drought Outlook (MDO) will be released on the last day of the month. The U.S. Drought Outlooks (SDO and MDO) will change some of their categories. The Some Improvement will be replaced by Improvement (at least a 1-category improvement in the USDM intensity level by the end of the period, although drought will remain), and the original Improvement will be replaced by Removal (drought removal by the end og the period [D0 or wetter]). The No Drought, Persistence, and Development categories will not change.
scn13-27drought_monitor.txtU.S. Drought Monitor AWIPS Change Effective June 20, 2013 The U.S. Drought Monitor will no longer be available on AWIPS.NWS is discontinuing the AWIPS Map ID, RBGDRO, and the AWIPS Narrative ID, PMDDRO, June 20, 2012. The best source for the U.S. Drought Monitor is on the National Drought Mitigation Center's (NDMC) Webpage. The U.S. Drought Monitor is online at: http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/ If you have any questions or comments, please contact:
scn13-28tropical_watch-warn.txtChange in Tropical Cyclone Watch and Warning Definitions to Include Post-Tropical Cyclones Effective June 1, 2013
scn13-29nhc_audiobriefings.txtTransition of National Hurricane Center Audio Briefings from Experimental to Operational Effective June 1, 2013 Effective June 1, 2013, the Audio Briefings produced by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) will transition from experimental to operational.
scn13-2buoy41012st_augustine_fl.txtDue to lack of funds, NDBC Buoy 41012, Offshore St. Augustine, Florida, is no longer supported effective immediately The National Ocean Service (NOS) Coastal Storms Program (CSP) has discontinued sponsorship of National Data Buoy Center (NDBC) buoy 41012. This buoy is considered unfunded. Buoy 41012 is located about 40 nautical miles east northeast of St. Augustine, Florida, at coordinates 30.042 North, 80.534 West. The approximate location of the buoy is show in the link below.
scn13-30sanjuan-zone.txtChanges in Fire Weather Forecast Zones for Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands Effective May 16, 2013
scn13-31boi_pih_fire_zones.txtChanges in Some Fire Weather Forecast Zones for Idaho Effective May 16, 2013
scn13-32roanoke_zone_change.txtChange to the Federal Information Processing System (FIPS) Code and the County Form of the Universal Geographic Code (UGC-C) for the city of Bedford, VA, Effective July 1, 2013
scn13-33bhs_expansion.txtExpansion of the Beach Hazards Statement to Ten Additional Weather Forecast Offices Effective May 20, 2013
scn13-34wa_firewxzones.txtChanges to the Fire Weather Zones in Washington State, Effective June 6 2013
scn13-35arctic_waters.txtExpansion of the National Official Offshore Text Forecast Product to Include the US Arctic Waters Effective June 4, 2013
scn13-36alaska_marine_zones.txtChanges to Coastal Marine Zones in the Gulf of Alaska and Bering Sea Effective October 1, 2013
scn13-37enso_release.txtLate Release of July 2013 ENSO Diagnostics Discussion July 5 2013 The July 2013 edition of the monthly ENSO diagnostics discussion will be released one day later than previously scheduled, July 5, not July 4 due to the holiday. This is a one-time change and will only affect the release date for the July 2013 discussion. This product is available at the following link: http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/analysis_monitoring/enso_advisory/index.shtml
scn13-38wpc 6-7qpf.txtDay 6-7 Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts to Transition from Experimental to Operational Status on July 9, 2013
scn13-39localnwsfacebook.txtTransition from Experimental to Operational Status of Local NWS Facebook Pages Effective July 11, 2013
scn13-3cman_coos_bay.txtDisestablishment of the Coastal Marine Automated Network Station at Cape Arago Lighthouse near Coos Bay, Oregon in 2013 The Coastal Marine Automated Network (C-MAN) observation station at Cape Arago, Oregon, (CARO3) will be decommissioned in 2013. The station is at the Cape Arago Lighthouse at coordinates 43.342 North 124.375 West and is operated by the U.S. Coast Guard. In accordance with legislation signed in 2008, the Coast Guard will turn the lighthouse over to the confederated tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians in 2013. The observation equipment must be removed to facilitate maintenance of the lighthouse prior to the transfer. The National Data Buoy Center does not plan to re-establish the observation station. Alternate stations are available to obtain wind information. TheNational Estuarine Research System operates a platform near the entrance to Coos Bay, (CHNO3) south slough reserve. Efforts are underway to use this station in lieu of the Cape Arago station inNOAA weather radio broadcasts from the Weather Forecast Office in Medford, Oregon. Click on the link below to view the approximate location of CARO3 (labeled A) and the alternate wind observation site CHNO3 (labeled B). http://batchgeo.com/map/eab3b4e0f05d80dc437dca25d7f2daf0 For more information on station CARO3 please click the link below. http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=caro3 For more information on the alternate wind observation site, station CHNO3, click the link below.
scn13-40moose_river_hydro.txtTransfer of Hydrologic Services for the Moose River at McKeever Forecast Location in New York Effective September 19, 2013
scn13-41nos_crex.txtNOS/CO-OPS is implementing new Character form for the Representation and EXchange of Data (CREX) Products, Effective August 7, 2013.
scn13-42nwro_webpage_end.txtTermination of the Experimental National Water Resources Outlook Web Page Effective August 10, 2013
scn13-43goes12decommission.txtGOES 12 Decommissioning to Occur August 16, 2013
scn13-44pinnacles_fire_zone.txtChange in Fire and Public Weather Forecast Zone Names for NWS Weather Forecast Office San Francisco Bay Area/Monterey, CA, Effective August 15, 2013
scn13-45akq_graphic_changes.txtTransfer of Some Small Marine Areas in Lower Chesapeake Bay Area from Marine Zones to Fire and Public Zones, or to other Marine Zones, effective August 15, 2013
scn13-46tafb_satellite_rainfall.txtAmended: Discontinuation of the Text Satellite Tropical Disturbance Rainfall Estimates Product for the Caribbean, Central America and the Gulf of Mexico Effective July 25, 2013 Amended to change date to July 25, 2013, consistent with the upgrade of the NCEP supercomputer on July 25, 2013
scn13-46tafb_satellite_rainfallcca.txtCorrected: Discontinuation of the Text Satellite Tropical Disturbance Rainfall Estimates Product for the Caribbean, Central America and the Gulf of Mexico Effective July 25, 2013 Corrected to change only the WMO headings in Table 1 and the dates to match July 25 versus July 30 Amended to change date to July 25, 2013, consistent with the upgrade of the NCEP supercomputer on July 25, 2013 Effective Thursday July 25, 2013, at 200 pm Eastern Daylight Time (EDT), 1800 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), the Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch (TAFB) of the National Hurricane Center (NHC) will stop issuing the current operational version of the text Satellite Tropical Disturbance Rainfall Estimates product for the Caribbean, Central America and the Gulf of Mexico. The National Centers for Environmental Prediction transitioned to the WCOSS super computer on July 25, 2013. NHC management has decided to further develop the experimental satellite rainfall program so it can migrate to WCOSS for operational implementation. Users are directed to the Experimental Satellite Rainfall Product on the National Hurricane Center website at http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/rainfall/ The Product Description Document for the Tropical Disturbance Rainfall on the National Hurricane Center website at http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/experimental/rainfall/about.php Table 1 lists the WMO headers and AWIPS IDs of the text Satellite Tropical Disturbance Rainfall Estimates for the Caribbean, Central America and the Gulf of Mexico which were discontinued on July 25, 2013. Product Name WMO Heading AWIPS ID____________ ___________ ________ East Caribbean Satellite TCCA21 KNHC STDECA Tropical Disturbance Rainfall 40W to 67W Central Caribbean Satellite TCCA22 KNHC STDCCA Tropical Disturbance Rainfall 67W to 80W Western Caribbean/Mexico TCCA23 KNHC STDWCASatellite Tropical DisturbanceRainfall 80W to 120W The effective date of this change is sooner than specified by NWS Policy (NWS Instruction 10-1805). The shorter advance lead time was necessitated by uncertainty in timing of migration to a new supercomputer, and approved because the current users will not have to make any adjustments to accommodate the change.If you have any questions or comments about the discontinuation of the text Satellite Tropical Disturbance Rainfall Estimates Product for the Caribbean, Central America and the Gulf of Mexico please contact: Hugh D. Cobb Richard MayChief, TAFB NWS Headquarters National Hurricane Center Marine Services 11691 SW 17th Street 1325 East-West Highway Miami, FL 33165-2149 Silver Spring, MD 20910 305-229-4454 301-713-1677 x 127 Hugh.Cobb@noaa.gov Richard.May@noaa.gov National NWS Service Change Notices are online at: http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm
scn13-47ncep_winter_pwpf.txtTransition of NCEP WPC Probabilistic Winter Precipitation Forecasts in Percentile Format for Days 1-3 from Experimental to Operational Effective September 16, 2013
scn13-48tbw_marine.txtChanges in Marine Forecast Zones in the Charlotte Harbor Area Across Portions of West and Southwest Florida Effective December 3, 2013 Effective Tuesday, December 3, 2013, at 3:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST), 2000 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), one new marine zone will be created within the NWS Tampa Bay Area Florida (TBW) Weather Forecast Office (WFO) area of responsibility. The new zone will provide more accurate forecasts and greater watch, warning, advisory flexibility for marine customers. Specifically, the Charlotte Harbor and Pine Island Sound area will be split from its current marine zone, GMZ856, to become zone GMZ836.
scn13-48tbw_marine_cca.txtCorrected: Changes in Marine Forecast Zones in the Charlotte Harbor Area Across Portions of West and Southwest Florida Effective December 3, 2013
scn13-49tbwpublic_zones.txtChanges in Coastal Fire and Public Weather Forecast Zones for NWS Weather Forecast Office Tampa Bay, FL, Across Portions of West and Southwest Florida, Effective December 3, 2013
scn13-49tbwpublic_zones_cca.txtCorrected: Changes in Coastal Fire and Public Weather Forecast Zones for NWS Weather Forecast Office Tampa Bay, FL, Across Portions of West and Southwest Florida, Effective December 3, 2013
scn13-4qpf_pr.txtTermination of the Experimental Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts for Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Island
scn13-50tafbhigh_seas.txtMinor Changes to High Seas Forecast Areas Effective December 3, 2013
scn13-50tafbhigh_seas_aaa.txtAmended: Minor Changes to High Seas Forecast Areas Effective December 3, 2013
scn13-51monterey_marine_zone.txtChanges to Coastal Marine Zone Boundaries Off Central California Effective December 3, 2013 Effective Tuesday, December 3, 2013, at 10:00 am Pacific Standard Time (PST), 1:00 pm Eastern Standard Time (EST), 1800 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), the NWS Weather Forecast Office (WFO) in San Francisco/Monterey, CA (MTR) will reconfigure marine zones PZZ570 - Point Arena to Pigeon Point 10 to 60 NM, PZZ575 - Pigeon Point to Point Piedras Blancas 10 to 60 NM, and PZZ530 - San Francisco, San Pablo, Suisun Bay and the West Delta. Marine zone PZZ570 - Point Arena to Pigeon Point 10 to 60 NM, will be split into two separate zones at Point Reyes. This dividing line will match the dividing line currently used in the inner zones (out to 10 NM). The current marine zone PZZ570 will be reconfigured to extend from Point Arena to Point Reyes 10 to 60 NM. A new marine zone, PZZ571, will extend from Point Reyes to Pigeon Point 10 to 60 NM.
scn13-52nwws.txtNew NOAA Weather Wire Service (NWWS) During 2014 NWS is continuing the upgrade of NWWS to disseminate weather products to the public. A new NWWS will be commissioned during 2014. The new NWWS will operate concurrently with the present NWWS system until the NWWS system contract ends March 2014, at the earliest. For the latest news and information about this change, please consult the Weather Wire website at:
scn13-53faa_ak_level2.txtInitiation of Additional FAA WSR-88D Level II Data Streams Beginning September 2013
scn13-54twc_name.txtName Change of the West Coast/Alaska Tsunami Warning Center to National Tsunami Warning Center Effective October 1, 2013
scn13-55wpc_downscaledqpf.txtCorrected: Application of Downscaling to WPC 5 km Deterministic Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts Effective October 22, 2013
scn13-55wpc_downscaledqpfaaa.txtAmended: Application of Downscaling to WPC 5 km Deterministic Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts Effective October 23, 2013
scn13-55wpc_downscaledqpfcca.txtCorrected: Application of Downscaling to WPC 5 km Deterministic Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts Effective October 22, 2013
scn13-56wafs_oper.txtOperational Implementation of World Area Forecast System Grids Visualization September 25, 2013
scn13-57co-ops_tac_website.txtNOS/CO-OPS is releasing its newly enhanced Tides and Currents website, Effective October 1, 2013
scn13-58pfws.txtDiscontinuation of Passaic Flood Warning System Data on the Automated Flood Warning Systems (AFWS) Web Pages Effective on or before September 30, 2013
scn13-59opc_grib.txtDiscontinuation of the GRIB/GRIB2 data for the Atlantic and East Pacific Oceans Effective December 3, 2013 Effective Tuesday December 3, 2013, at 100 pm Eastern Standard Time (EST) or 1800 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), the Ocean Prediction Center (OPC) of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will stop posting GRIB/GRIB2 data files for the western Atlantic Ocean and the eastern Pacific Ocean. The current products have been superseded by OPC’s gridded marine data on the National Digital Forecast Database (NDFD). For more information on how to access OPC's gridded products, go to:
scn13-5vdm_ts.txtChanges to the Wind Information in the Remarks Section of the Vortex Data Message for Tropical Cyclones in the Atlantic, Eastern Pacific, Central Pacific and Western Pacific Hurricane Basins Effective May 15, 2013
scn13-60spc_fire_wx_outlook.txtChange in NWS Storm Prediction Center (SPC) "SEE TEXT" Information in Day 1 and Day 2 Fire Weather Outlook Products for CONUS only, Effective November 26, 2013
scn13-61nohrsc_domain.txtOriginal NOHRSC Domain Name Permanently Switched from nws.gov to nohrsc.noaa.gov Effective September 12, 2013
scn13-62pqr_zone_changes.txtChange in Public Weather Forecast Zones for WFO Portland, OR, in Washington and Oregon Effective December 3, 2013
scn13-63pdt_zones_changes.txtNew Public Zones and Boundary Changes for Parts of Central and Northeast Oregon and Southeast Washington, Effective December 3, 2013
scn13-64ice_accu_oper.txtExperimental Ice Accumulation Grids Transition to Operational Status in the National Digital Forecast Database for CONUS Only Effective November 5, 2013
scn13-65hysplit_oper.txtHYSPLIT Trajectories Request Function via NWS Spot Forecast Request Webpages Becomes Operational Effective October 29, 2013
scn13-66buf_ext_nsh.txtExtension of Time Period of Text Marine Forecasts Effective October 15, 2013
scn13-66buf_ext_nsh_cca.txtCorrected: Extension of Time Period of Text Marine Forecasts Effective October 15, 2013
scn13-67winterdash_oper.txtAviation Winter Weather Dashboard Operational November 25, 2013
scn13-68vor_aviation.txtChange of Name and Identifier for the Jackson, MS, VHF Omnidirectional Radio Range (VOR) Aviation Radio Navigation Site Effective November 29, 2013
scn13-68vor_aviation_cca.txtCorrected: Change of Name and Identifier for the Jackson, MS, VHF Omnidirectional Radio Range (VOR) Aviation Radio Navigation Site Effective November 30, 2013
scn13-68vor_aviation_ccb.txtCorrected: Change of Name and Identifier for the Jackson, MS, VHF Omnidirectional Radio Range (VOR) Aviation Radio Navigation Site Effective December 3, 2013
scn13-69tafb_graphicast.txtExperimental Web Based Graphicast Product To Transition From Experimental Status to Operational Status Effective December 10, 2013
scn13-6temp_drop_message.txtElimination of EYE and Sddition of CENTER as Possible Remarks in the Temp Drop Message for Tropical Cyclones in the Atlantic, Eastern Pacific, Central Pacific and Western Pacific Hurricane Basins Effective May 15, 2013
scn13-70ccf_sr.txtDiscontinuation of the Coded Cities Forecast (CCF) For Many Weather Forecast Offices in NWS Southern Region Effective December 18, 2013
scn13-71wea_ice_blizzard.txtBlizzard and Ice Storm Warnings to No Longer Activate Wireless Emergency Alerts By Default Effective November 13, 2013 Starting at approximately 3 pm EST, Wednesday, November 13, 2013, Blizzard and Ice Storm Warnings will no longer activate Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) capable cell phones. These warnings will continue to be provided over other NWS dissemination services.
scn13-72tor_ffw_emergency.txtTornado and Flash Flood Emergency Headlines Added Effective February 4, 2014
scn13-73w_atchafalaya_river.txtTransfer of Hydrologic Services for the Western Atchafalaya River Basin to Weather Forecast Office Lake Charles, LA, Effective February 5, 2014
scn13-74franklin_county_hydro.txtTransfer of Hydrologic Services for Franklin County in Arkansas Effective February 5, 2014 Effective Wednesday, February 05, 2014, at 8:00 AM Central Standard Time (CST), 1400 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), hydrologic service responsibility for river forecast locations in Franklin County, AR, including Ozark L and D, along the Arkansas River (location identifier: OZGA4) and Mulberry, along the Mulberry River (location identifier: MLBA4) will be transferred to the Weather Forecast Office (WFO) in Tulsa, OK (WFO TSA) from the WFO in Little Rock, AR (WFO LZK). Because of this transfer, partners and other users must take appropriate action to receive the products listed in Table 1 for the Arkansas River at Ozark and Mulberry River at Mulberry forecast points in Franklin County, AR, using the WFO TSA identifier. Table 1. Products affected by this change for the Arkansas River at Ozark L and D (OZGA4) and Mulberry River at Mulberry (MLBA4) forecast locations in Arkansas. PRODUCT WMO HEADING AWIPS ID----------------------------------------------------------------Flood Statement /NEW/ WGUS84 KTSA /NEW/ FLSTSA * /OLD/ WGUS84 KLZK * /OLD/ FLSLZK
scn13-75alaska_fips.txtChange to the Federal Information Processing Sstandards (FIPS) Code Part of Southeast Alaska Effective February 5, 2014
scn13-76benton_tn cca.txtCorrected: Service Transfer of Benton County, TN, to the Memphis NWS Weather Forecast Office Effective February 5, 2014
scn13-76benton_tn.txtService Transfer of Benton County, TN, to the Memphis NWS Weather Forecast Office Effective February 5, 2014
scn13-77offshore_ccc.txtCorrected: Changes in Offshore Waters Marine Zones for the New England and West Central North Atlantic and for the Washington, Oregon and California Waters in the Pacific Ocean Effective April 1, 2014 Refer to: SCN 13-77 released November 26, 2013, SCN 13-77: Corrected released February 21, 2014, and SCN: Corrected released March 10, 2014.
scn13-77offshore_ccd.txtCorrected: Changes in Offshore Waters Marine Zones for the New England and West Central North Atlantic and for the Washington, Oregon and California Waters in the Pacific Ocean Effective April 1, 2014 Corrected to change part of WMO Headings in Table 3/Pacific Product Name from KWMN to KWNM. The rest of the WMO Headings in Table 3 are correct.
scn13-77opc_off.txtChanges in Offshore Waters Marine Zones for the New England and West Central North Atlantic, and for the Washington, Oregon and California Waters in the Pacific Ocean Effective April 1, 2014 Effective Tuesday, April 1, 2014, at 2:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) or 1800 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), the Ocean Prediction Center (OPC) of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) will reconfigure its marine zones for the offshore waters in the both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The Atlantic offshore waters include New England and the west central North Atlantic. For the Pacific this includes the offshore waters of Washington, Oregon and California. Currently there are 8 marine zones covering the OPC Atlantic offshore waters and 5 marine zones covering the Pacific offshore waters. These zones will be reconfigured into 18 for the Atlantic offshore waters and 19 marine zones to cover the Pacific offshore waters. Marine observations, local effects, and customer feedback all indicate that the current marine zones are too large to provide the necessary detail for the marine community. This reconfiguration will serve to improve the precision of marine warnings, forecasts and other services by allowing forecasters to be more area specific. Table 1 lists the current marine zones and corresponding UGCs for which OPC issues forecasts and warnings. Table 2 lists the marine zones and corresponding UGCs for which OPC will issue forecasts and warnings effective April 1, 2014. Table 3 lists all of the products issued by OPC that will be affected by the marine zone changes.
scn13-77opc_offcca.txtCorrected: Changes in Offshore Waters Marine Zones for the New England and West Central North Atlantic and for the Washington, Oregon and California Waters in the Pacific Ocean Effective April 1, 2014 Corrected Headings and AWIPS Identifiers in Table 4: Pacific WMO Headings were incorrectly listed as FZNT35 KWBC and FZNT36 KWBC. These headings have been corrected to FZPN35 KWBC and FZPN36 KWBC. In addition all the AWIPS identifiers in Table 4 were corrected from 9 to 6 characters.
scn13-77opc_offccb.txtCorrected: Changes in Offshore Waters Marine Zones for the New England and West Central North Atlantic and for the Washington, Oregon and California Waters in the Pacific Ocean Effective April 1, 2014 Refer to: SCN 13-77 released November 26, 2013 and SCN 13-77: Corrected released February 21, 2014.
scn13-78mhx_marine_zones.txtChanges in Marine Weather Forecast Zones for Part of the Albemarle Sound and Pamlico Sound in North Carolina Effective April 1, 2014 Effective Tuesday, April 1, 2014, at 200 PM Eastern Daylight Time (EDT), 1800 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), the NWS Weather Forecast Office (WFO) in Newport/Morehead City (MHX), NC, will reconfigure its marine weather zones to separate the Alligator River from the Albemarle Sound Marine Zone, and the Neuse River and Pamlico and Pungo Rivers from the Pamlico Sound Marine Zone.
scn13-7wr_wrf_model.txtWestern Region WFO use of Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model Output will become Operational Effective February 26, 2013 Effective February 26, 2013, at 1800 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), Weather Forecast Office (WFO) Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model output will become an operational product in the NWS Western Region. The WRF Model Output has been available as an operational product at WFO Sacramento (STO), CA, since 2009 and in experimental status at several other Western Region WFOs since 2011. The decision to make it an operational product available for use at all Western Region WFOs is based upon favorable comments received during the period of public comment and review.
scn13-8fire_wx_forecast_oper.txtText format for Fire Weather Planning Forecast in NWS Western Region will become Operational on February 26, 2013
scn13-9slc_gjt_firewx_zones.txtChanges in Fire Weather Forecast Zone Names for Utah Effective April 4, 2013
scn14-01wave_terminology_ext.txtExtending Comment period to June 30, 2014, for Experimental Wave Terminology change for coastal waters from Point Saint George to Point Arena, CA
scn14-02gjt_fwf_smoke.txtChanges to the format of the Fire Weather Planning Forecast (FWF) for Weather Forecast Office Grand Junction (GJT), CO, Effective April 1, 2014
scn14-03sref-co-op_nos.txtNOS/CO-OPS is implementing model guidance SHEF Bulletins for the San Francisco Bay Operational Forecast System (SFBOFS), Effective March 12, 2014
scn14-03sref-co-op_nosaaa.txtAmended: NOS/CO-OPS is implementing model guidance SHEF Bulletins for the San Francisco Bay Operational Forecast System (SFBOFS), Effective April 23, 2014
scn14-04wea_tsu.txtNWS Capable of Activating Wireless Emergency Alerts for Tsunami Warnings Effective January 31, 2014
scn14-05james_river_hydro.txtTransfer of Hydrologic Services for the James River at Bremo Bluff Forecast Location in Virginia Effective April 1, 2014
scn14-06buoy_staugustine_fl.txtNDBC Buoy 41012 has been dis-established February 19, 2014 Buoy 41012, located about 40 nautical miles east northeast of St. Augustine, FL, at coordinates 30.042 North, 80.534 West, was dis-established on February 19, 2014. The buoy has been retrieved and returned to the National Data Buoy Center (NDBC). The National Ocean Service Coastal Storms Program (CSP) discontinued sponsorship of NDBC buoy 41012 in December 2012. Buoy 41012 was deployed in June 2002. CSP typically does not provide long term funding for buoys. The CSP, NDBC and NWS sought an alternative funding source for this buoy but were unsuccessful. For the latest information on this buoy, click on the link below http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=41012 For more information, contact: Wayne PresnellMeteorologist, Marine and Coastal Services BranchSilver Spring, MD 20910301-713-1677, ext. 103wayne.presnell@noaa.gov National Service Change Notices are online at: http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm $$
scn14-07pdx_cessation.txtCessation of Use of the Decommissioned Portland, OR, VHF Omnidirectional Radio Range (VOR) Aviation Radio Navigation Site March 26, 2014
scn14-08mfl_north_bay_village.txtAddition of North Bay Village, FL to the Land-based "Point-and-Click" Web Display of the Miami, FL, Weather Forecast Office, Effective April 1, 2014
scn14-08nwws.txtNOAA Weather Wire Service to switch to NWS Enterprise Architecture Solution (NWWS-2) by May 2015, Update The NOAA Weather Wire Service (NWWS) is currently providing the NWWS-2 experimental products on SBN/NOAAPORT. Dual operations (legacy and NWWS-2) will continue until May 31, 2015, to accommodate partner transitions.
scn14-09twc_fire_zones.txtChanges in Fire Weather Forecast Zones for Southeast Arizona Effective April 1, 2014
scn14-10sanjuan_fire_zones.txtChanges in Fire Weather Forecast Zones for Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands Effective April 1, 2014
scn14-11pws.txtChanges to text Tropical Cyclone Wind Speed Probability Product Effective May 15, 2014
scn14-11pwscca.txtCorrected: Changes to text Tropical Cyclone Wind Speed Probability Product Effective May 15, 2014
scn14-12two.txtChanges to the text Tropical Weather Outlook effective May 15, 2014
scn14-12twocca.txtCorrected: Changes to the text Tropical Weather Outlook effective May 15, 2014
scn14-13pdt_fire_zones.txtChanges in Several Fire Weather Forecast Zone Boundaries for Oregon and Washington Effective April 1, 2014
scn14-13pdt_fire_zonescaa.txtCorrected: Changes in Several Fire Weather Forecast Zone Boundaries for Oregon and Washington Effective April 1, 2014
scn14-14sr_data_webpage.txtDiscontinuance of the NWS Southern Region Data Webpage Effective April 2, 2014
scn14-15vortex.txtChanges to Remarks Section of the Vortex Data Message for Tropical Cyclones Effective May 15, 2014
scn14-17spanish_hls.txtExperimental Spanish Language Hurricane Local Statement Issued by the NWS Weather Forecast Office in Brownsville, Texas, Effective June 1, 2014 Effective June 1, 2014, the NWS Weather Forecast Office in Brownsville, Texas, will issue an Experimental Spanish Language version of the Hurricane Local Statement (HLS) whenever a tropical storm or hurricane watch/warning is in effect for their area of responsibility.
scn14-18tsunami_pago.txtNew Domestic Tsunami Products for American Samoa Effective Monday, March 17, 2014
scn14-18tsunami_pagoaaa.txtAmended - New Domestic Tsunami Products for American Samoa Effective Monday, March 17, 2014
scn14-18tsunami_pagoaab.txtAmended - New Domestic Tsunami Products for American Samoa Effective Monday, March 31, 2014
scn14-19sew_zones.txtChange in Some Public Weather Forecast Zones for WFO Seattle, WA, Effective June 12, 2014
scn14-19sew_zonescca.txtCorrected: Change in Some Public Weather Forecast Zones for WFO Seattle, WA, Effective June 12, 2014
scn14-19tsunami_pago.txtNew Domestic Tsunami Products for American Samoa Effective Monday, March 17, 2014
scn14-20anc_zones.txtChanges to Fire and Public Zone Boundaries for WFO Anchorage, AK, Effective June 12, 2014
scn14-21lix_ago_rtp.txtDiscontinuation of the Southeast Louisiana and South Mississippi Agricultural Reports (AGO) and Changes to the Regional Temperature and Precipitation (RTP) Product from Weather Forecast Office (WFO) New Orleans/Baton Rouge, LA, Effective April 30, 2014
scn14-22alaska_ice.txtNew WMO Header for Alaskan Waters Ice Outlook Effective May 22 2014
scn14-23coop_quicklook.txtNOS/CO-OPS to Enhance Storm QuickLook Product Effective May 15, 2014
scn14-24tsunami_sp.txtTransition to Operational Status of Experimental Spanish Tsunami Messages for Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, U.S. East Coast and the Gulf of Mexico, Effective May 15, 2014 Effective May 15, 2014, the Spanish tsunami messages for Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, U.S. East Coast, and the Gulf of Mexico will transition from experimental to operational. The National Tsunami Warning Center (NTWC) tested the new products in Spanish for this region to help ensure that users in areas where the native language is Spanish can understand the messages. No feedback was received from the public comment period.
scn14-26canl_discontinued.txtDiscontinuance of the Experimental Cold Advisory for Newborn Livestock (CANL) Grid Element in the National Digital Forecast Database (NDFD), Effective May 27, 2014
scn14-27impact_maps_discontinued.txtDiscontinuing Experimental Aviation Impact Maps Effective August 8, 2014
scn14-27weathergov_responsive.txtImplementation of Responsive Web Design Enhancements to weather.gov Website, Effective May 13, 2014
scn14-27weathergov_responsive_aaa.txtAmended: Implementation of Responsive Web Design Enhancements To weather.gov Website, Effective Date To Be Determined (TBD)
scn14-28wpc2.5km_grids.txtIncrease in Horizontal Resolution of Weather Prediction Center (WPC) Day 4-7 Gridded Guidance and Addition of Day 3 for CONUS Effective July 8, 2014
scn14-29bhs.txtFour Additional Weather Forecast Offices in the Great Lakes Will Begin Issuing the Experimental Beach Hazards Statement Effective on or about May 19, 2014. Effective on Monday, May 19, 2014, or later if cool weather and ice on lakes continue, NWS Weather Forecast Offices (WFO) in Detroit, MI; Milwaukee and Green Bay, WI, and Duluth, MN, will begin testing the Experimental Beach Hazards Statement. With the additional offices, a total of 20 WFOs will be testing the Experimental Beach Hazards Statement this year (Table 1). The comment period was recently extended to December 31, 2014. See the following Public Information Statement for details. http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/notification/pns14beach_hazards.htm
scn14-30excessive_rainfall.txtElimination of the Delineation of 5 inches or More Of Rainfall on the WPC Excessive Rainfall Graphic Effective June 9, 2014
scn14-31videocast_delay.txtNational Hurricane Center Videocasts Delayed Until After the Beginning of the 2014 Hurricane Season The National Hurricane Center videocasts are shifting from an experimental to operational product. Due to a procedural issue, the videocasts will not be available starting June 1. The videocasts are expected to be available later in the 2014 hurricane season.
scn14-31videocast_delayaaa.txtAmended: National Hurricane Center Videocasts Delayed Until Date To Be Determined Amended to announce National Hurricane Center (NHC) Videocasts are not transitioning to operational status this hurricane season
scn14-32depict_disturb.txtChange to the Depiction of Disturbances on the 48-Hour Graphical Tropical Weather Outlook Effective July 1, 2014
scn14-33updated_zone_shapefiles.txtUpdated National Marine, Fire, Public and County Shapefiles as of June 4, 2014
scn14-34bismarck_rfd_end.txtDiscontinuation of the Rangeland/Grassland Fire Danger Statement (RFD) for North Dakota by the NWS Weather Forecast Office (WFO) in Bismarck, ND, effective July 1, 2014
scn14-35_ice_7day.txtChanges to Alaska Ice Forecasting Services Effective June 30 2014
scn14-36wind_profilers.txtTermination of Continental United States Wind Profiler Observation Data on or about August 30, 2014
scn14-38zone_greenbrier_wv.txtNew Fire and Public Forecast Zones for Greenbrier County, West Virginia, Effective Tuesday, October 7, 2014
scn14-39tsuanmi_span.txtNWS to Issue National Tsunami Warning Center Spanish Messages for Pacific Effective August 4, 2014 Effective August 4, 2014, at 1800 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), the National Tsunami Warning Center (NTWC) will begin issuing tsunami messages in Spanish for its Pacific Ocean users. This action follows the successful introduction of Spanish messages for NTWC Atlantic users in 2013. The NTWC is issuing these products in Spanish for the Pacific region to help ensure users whose native language is Spanish can better understand the messages.
scn14-40tafb_qpe.txtExperimental Satellite Rainfall Quantitative Precipitation Estimates (QPE) Text Product will transition from experimental status to operational status effective September 1, 2014 Beginning September 1, 2014, the NWS National Hurricane Center (NHC) Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch (TAFB) will provide, on an operational basis, the event-driven Satellite Rainfall QPE text product for tropical cyclones and tropical disturbances within the NHC and Central Pacific Hurricane Center areas of responsibility. The text product replaces the text Satellite Tropical Disturbance Rainfall Estimate Product NWS discontinued on July 16 2013.
scn14-40tafb_qpe_cca.txtCorrected: Experimental Satellite Rainfall Quantitative Precipitation Estimates (QPE) Text Product will transition from experimental status to Operational status effective September 1, 2014
scn14-40tafb_qpe_ccb.txtCorrected: Experimental Satellite Rainfall Quantitative Precipitation Estimates (QPE) Text Product transitioned from experimental status to operational status effective September 2, 2014
scn14-41er-marine_zones.txtChanges in Eastern Region Outer Coastal Marine Zone Boundaries, Names, and Universal Geographic Codes (UGCs) effective December 2, 2014
scn14-41er-marine_zones_cca.txtCorrected: Changes in Eastern Region Outer Coastal Marine Zone Boundaries, Names, and Universal Geographic Codes (UGCs) effective December 2, 2014
scn14-42day1-3outlooks.txtOperational Implementation of the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) Categorical Day 1-3 Convective Outlooks for CONUS, Effective October 22, 2014
scn14-42day1-3outlooks_cca.txtCorrected: Operational Implementation of the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) Categorical Day 1-3 Convective Outlooks for CONUS, Effective October 22, 2014
scn14-42day1-3outlooks_ccb.txtCorrected: Operational Implementation of the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) Categorical Day 1-3 Convective Outlooks for CONUS, Effective October 22, 2014
scn14-43tsunami.txtNew Domestic Tsunami Products for Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) Effective September 22, 2014
scn14-43tsunamicca.txtCorrected: New Domestic Tsunami Products for Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) Effective September 22, 2014
scn14-44radar.txtBeta Test of WSR-88D Software Build 15 Changes and Beta Test Sites beginning on or about September 22, 2014 at five WSR-88D locations
scn14-45tsunami_ptwc_ww.txtChanges to the Tsunami Threat Message effective Wednesday, October 1, 2014
scn14-46spacewx_website.txtTransition to Operational Status of the Space Weather Prediction Center Website Effective September 29, 2014
scn14-47lwx_zones.txtNew Fire and Public Forecast Zones and Boundary Changes for Central and Northeast Maryland, Northern Virginia and the Blue Ridge of Virginia, effective December 3, 2014
scn14-48box_gyx_county.txtService Transfer of Cheshire and Hillsborough Counties to the Gray, Maine, NWS Weather Forecast Office, Effective December 3, 2014
scn14-49hwo_discontinue.txtDiscontinuance of the Hazardous Weather Outlook (HWO) on the weather.gov home web page effective October 21, 2014 Effective Tuesday, October 21, 2014, at 1400 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), the NWS will stop displaying the HWO on the national hazard map shown on the NWS home page:
scn14-50twitter_oper.txtTransition from Experimental to Operational Status of NWS Use of Twitter as an Environmental Information Service, October 31, 2014
scn14-51summer-dashboard.txtRemoval of the Experimental Aviation Summer Weather Dashboard effective October 16, 2014
scn14-51summer-dashboardaaa.txtAmended: Removal of the Experimental Aviation Summer Weather Dashboard effective October 30, 2014
scn14-51summer-dashboardcaa.txtCorrected: Removal of the Experimental Aviation Summer Weather Dashboard effective October 30, 2014
scn14-52ptwc-intl.txtInternational Tsunami Graphical and Statistical Forecast Products for the Pacific Basin to become Operational Effective October 1, 2014
scn14-53ak_rec_avalanche.txtImplementation of a Recreational Forecast from WFO Anchorage, AK, Effective October 30, 2014
scn14-54spc_day4-8severe.txtOperational Implementation of the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) Day 4-8 Severe Weather Outlooks Effective December 16, 2014
scn14-55spc_exp_oper4-8drythunder cca.txtCorrected: Operational Implementation of the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) Dry Thunderstorm Fire Weather Outlooks for Days 4-8, Effective November 4, 2014
scn14-55spc_exp_oper4-8drythunder.txtOperational Implementation of the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) Dry Thunderstorm Fire Weather Outlooks for Days 4-8, Effective November 4, 2014
scn14-56_ implem_exp_cdm.txtSubject:  Implementation of the Experimental CDM Convective          Forecast Planning (CCFP) Guidance Effective November 1, 2014          through February 28, 2015. Effective November 1, 2014, 0000 Coordinated Universal Time(UTC), the NWS Aviation Weather Center (AWC) in Kansas City,MO, will begin the issuance of the experimental CDMConvective Forecast Planning guidance. The experimental CDMConvective Forecast Planning guidance will be produced fromnumerical model guidance and issued using the WorldMeteorological Organization (WMO) headers for theCollaborated Convective Forecast Product. The CDM ConvectiveForecast Planning guidance will be produced experimentallyduring the period of the year (November through February),when the Collaborative Convective Forecast Product is notavailable to objectively assess the CDM Convective ForecastPlanning guidance in supporting strategic National AirspaceSystem planning. Currently, the Collaborative Convective Forecast Product isa forecast of expected convective weather valid 4-, 6-, and8-hours after issuance time, produced through acollaborative process involving NWS meteorologists at theAviation Weather Center (AWC), Center Weather Service Units,and airline industry meteorologists. It is issued every twohours. The CCFP exists as direct support to the strategic,system-wide planning of FAA Traffic Flow Management and isintended to reduce traffic flow disruptions that may becaused by convective weather. The current CollaborativeConvective Forecast Product is available March 1 throughOctober 31 each year, covering the conterminous 48 UnitedStates and adjacent coastal waters. Effective November 1, 2014, the experimental CDM ConvectiveForecast Planning guidance will be issued. The experimentalCDM Convective Forecast Planning guidance will be formattedlike the current Collaborative Convective Forecast Product.Since the Collaborative Convective Forecast Product is notproduced between November 1, and February 28, the CDMConvective Forecast Planning guidance will provide trafficflow managers with an experimental tool to focus NationalAirspace System (NAS) strategic planning for any convectionduring these months. The experimental CDM ConvectiveForecast Planning guidance will not be collaborated amongstmeteorologists. The AWC will automatically generateexperimental planning guidance of expected convectiveweather valid at 2-, 4-, 6-, and 8-hours after issuance,issued every two hours, every day. The addition of thisexperimental guidance is being made at the request of theFederal Aviation Administration in direct support to thestrategic, system-wide planning between FAA Traffic FlowManagement and Airline Industry. It is intended to reducetraffic flow disruptions that may be caused by convectiveweather. The experimental CDM Convective Forecast Planning guidancewill be issued following the current CollaborativeConvective Forecast Product format, content, criteria, andavailability (other than the additional months of issuance).The experimental CDM Convective Forecast Planning (CCFP)guidance will be issued as four separate ASCII text filesunder distinct World Meteorological Organization (WMO)headers. Current CCFP and experimental CDM Convective ForecastPlanning guidance WMO Headers: FAUS27 KKCI - 2 Hour ForecastFAUS28 KKCI - 4 Hour ForecastFAUS29 KKCI - 6 Hour ForecastFAUS30 KKCI - 8 Hour Forecast The experimental CDM Convective Forecast Planning guidancegraphics will be rendered by the NWS and viewable at:   http://www.aviationweather.gov/ccfp Additional information on CCFP can be found at:   http://www.aviationweather.gov/ccfp/help The Product Description Document can be found at:   https://products.weather.gov/PDD/eCCFP_PDD.pdf Comments will be accepted through February 28, 2015 via thefollowing electronic survey:   http://www.nws.noaa.gov/survey/nws-survey.php?code=CCFPG If you have any questions regarding the experimental CDMConvective Forecast Planning (CCFP) guidance, contact: M. Pat MurphyWarning Coordination MeteorologistAviation Weather CenterKansas City, MO 64153816-584-7239michael.pat.murphy@noaa.gov  National Technical Implementation Notices are online at:   http://www.weather.gov/om/notif.htm $$ 
scn14-56vtec_guam.txtPrimary Valid Time Event Code becomes operational for several products at NWS Weather Forecast Office Guam effective January 13, 2015
scn14-57cca-1.txtCorrected: Primary Valid Time Event Code becomes Operational for several products at NWS Weather Forecast Office Guam effective January 13, 2015
scn14-57cca.txtCorrected: Primary Valid Time Event Code becomes Operational for several products at NWS Weather Forecast Office Guam effective January 13, 2015
scn14-58jax_fire_zones.txtChanges in Fire and Public Zones for NWS Weather Forecast Office Jacksonville, FL, for Duval and Nassau Counties, Florida, Effective February 4, 2015
scn14-59lox_channel_islands_zones.txtAddition and Changes in Fire and Public Forecast Zones for the Channel Islands National Park effective February 4, 2015
scn14-60sgx_zones.txtChanges in Fire and Public Weather Forecast Zones for Orange and Riverside Counties, CA, effective February 4, 2015
scn14-60sgx_zones_cca.txtCorrected: Changes in Fire and Public Weather Forecast Zones for Orange and Riverside Counties, CA, effective February 4, 2015
scn14-60sgx_zones_ccb.txtCorrected: Changes in Fire and Public Weather Forecast Zones for Orange and Riverside Counties, CA, effective February 4, 2015
scn14-61ncep_wpc_graphics.txtChange in the Display of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) Weather Prediction Center (WPC) Short-Range Weather Charts and Termination of Associated Redbook Graphics effective September 1, 2015
scn14-62buoy41036.txtRemoval of Buoy 41036 effective January 2015 In early to mid-January 2015, NWS will no longer support buoy 41036, at 34 degrees 12'25" N 76 degrees 56'56" W, about 40 miles east of Wilmington, NC. This buoy is not part of the NWS-operated federal backbone. The buoy was sponsored by the Coastal Ocean Research and Monitoring Program at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington. The university stopped funding the maintenance of the buoy in 2013. NOAA has been unable to find another sponsor.
scn14-63nwws.txtNOAA Weather Wire Service to switch to NWS Enterprise Architecture Solution (NWWS-2) by March 2015 The NOAA Weather Wire Service (NWWS) will offer the NWWS-2 experimental product by March 2015. Dual operations (legacy and NWWS-2) will continue until the May 31, 2015, to accommodate partner transitions.
scn14-64mvf-ids.txtCoded Marine Verification Forecast (MVF) will no longer be issued effective Tuesday February 3, 2015
scn14-65riverpro_mixed-case.txtUse of Mixed Case Text in Select RiverPro Products at All Weather Forecast Offices Effective on or about January 28, 2015
scn14-65riverpro_mixed-case_ccb.txtCorrected: Use of Mixed Case Text in Select RiverPro Products at All Weather Forecast Offices Effective on or about January 28, 2015
scn14-65riverpro_mixed-caseaaa.txtCorrected: Use of Mixed Case Text in Select RiverPro Products at All Weather Forecast Offices Effective on or about January 28, 2015
scn14-66hls.txtCorrected: Changes to the Hurricane Local Statement Effective June 1, 2015
scn14-66hlscca.txtCorrected: Changes to the Hurricane Local Statement Effective June 1, 2015
scn14-67tcv.txtExperimental Hurricane Local Watch/Warning Product will Transition to Operational Effective June 1, 2015
scn14_25usrcrn_decom.txtTermination of USRCRN Observation Data on or about June 1, 2014 Funding for the U.S. Regional Climate Reference Network (USRCRN) was terminated as part of the FY14 Omnibus budget law. As a result, preparations are underway to begin decommissioning the network. The first step in this process will be to deactivate the data feed to NWS websites. Site data from USRCRN sites in Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Arizona will cease to be ingested and recorded by NWS. This deactivation is expected to occur on, or about June 1, 2014. This action is the first step in the decommissioning process. Additional steps are being planned for the eventual removal of these USRCRN sites. Information on the USRCRN program can be found at:
scn15-01madisv1.txtChange of the MADIS Distribution Services effective Wednesday, January 21, 2015 Starting on Wednesday, January 21, 2015, beginning at 1200 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), all MADIS distribution services (LDM, web services, and FTP) have new NCO access points.
scn15-02akq_zones.txtNew Fire and Public Forecast Zones and Boundary Changes for Central and Northeast Virginia, effective April 7, 2015
scn15-02akq_zones_aaa.txtAmended: New Fire and Public Forecast Zones and Boundary Changes for Central and Northeast Virginia, Effective April 7, 2015
scn15-03gjt_zones.txtService Transfer of Fire Weather Zones in Eastern Utah Effective April 7, 2015
scn15-04wpc_pwpf.txtDownscaled version of WPC Probabilistic Winter Precipitation Forecasts (GRIB only) Effective February 26, 2015
scn15-05spc_sel.txtAddition of SUMMARY Section to Storm Prediction Center (SPC) Public Watch Notification Message (SEL) Effective April 14, 2015
scn15-13xgtwo.txtFive-Day Graphical Tropical Weather Outlook will Transition to Operational Effective May 15, 2015
scn15-16er_storm_summary.txtAddition of metadata to NWS Eastern Region Public Information Statements effective May 5, 2015
scn19tce_termination.txtElimination of the Tropical Cyclone Position Estimate Product with the information provided in the Tropical Cyclone Update Product Effective May 15, 2013 Effective May 15, 2013, the Tropical Cyclone Position Estimate (TCE) product issued by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) and Central Pacific Hurricane Center (CPHC) will be terminated. The information previously provided in the TCE will be provided in the Tropical Cyclone Update (TCU) product.
scn20cys_fire_zones.txtCHANGES TO WFO CHEYENNE WY FIRE WEATHER ZONES IN SOUTHEAST WYOMING AND WESTERN NEBRASKA PANHANDLE EFFECTIVE MAY 1 2010
scn20cys_fire_zonescca.txtCorrected: Changes to Fire and Public Zone Boundaries for WFO Anchorage, AK, Effective June 12, 2014
scn21riw_fire_zones.txtNWS FORECAST OFFICE RIVERTON WY WILL SPLIT ITS FIRE WEATHER ZONE WYZ289 INTO TWO FIRE WEATHER ZONES EFFECTIVE MAY 01 2010
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Last Updated: February 13, 2015