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EMWIN

Emergency Managers Weather Information Network

As an integral part of its mission, the NWS recognizes the need to provide the emergency management community with access to a set of NWS warnings, watches, forecasts, and other products at no recurring cost. Toward that end, the Emergency Managers Weather Information Network (EMWIN) system was developed. In partnership with the National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) and other public and private organizations, EMWIN has evolved into a fully operational and supported NWS service.

NEW EMWIN GOES-East Service Transition Documents

 

Current Status

* HRIT/EMWIN Satellite Service, GOES-E (GOES-16) \ 075.2-W \ Operational
* HRIT/EMWIN Satellite Service, GOES-W (GOES-17) \ 137.2-W \ Operational
* HRIT/EMWIN FTP Service Operational

EMWIN Satellite Service, GOES-14 \ 105.0-W\: Operational
EMWIN Satellite Service, GOES-15 \ 128.0-W \: Operational
EMWIN FTP Service: Operational
EMWIN ByteBlaster Service: Operational


* Note: This status is only updated during normal business hours
.

Please address any content or service issues you encounter with HRIT/EMWIN to the following: 

 * OMB/SS Tech Control email: toc.nwstg@noaa.gov and cc: nws.emwin.support@noaa.gov 
Phone: 301-713-0902

If you are experiencing problems with EMWIN Satellite Service, ByteBlaster or the EMWIN FTP service please contact EMWIN support at NWS.EMWIN.Support@noaa.gov


Notices

Notices

Effective 10/24/2019

NOUS41 KWBC 241515
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 19-88
National Weather Service Headquarters Silver Spring, MD
1115 AM EDT Thu Oct 24 2019

To: Subscribers:
-NOAA Weather Wire Service
-Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
-NOAAPORT
Other NWS partners and NWS employees

From: Michelle Mainelli
Director, Office of Dissemination

Subject: Legacy EMWIN Service Termination effective
December 2, 2019

The NWS Legacy EMWIN services will terminate effective 1700Z
December 2, 2019. The individual services include:

-EMWIN Satellite Broadcast Service (1692.7 MHz, GOES-14/15)
-EMWIN File Transfer Protocol (FTP) archive file server
-EMWIN ByteBlaster and HostMaster public Internet dissemination
services at NWS Headquarters

On August 29, 2019, the NWS follow-on enterprise EMWIN
(eEMWIN)services were placed into operations following the
release of a public notification issued on August 29, 2019, via
Service Change Notice:
https://www.weather.gov/media/notification/scn19-53emwin_goesaab.pdf

The new eEMWIN services consist of
:
-eEMWIN satellite broadcast service on the NESDIS GOES-East and
GOES-West HRIT/EMWIN Broadcast (1694.1 MHz, GOES-16/17)
-eEMWIN anonymous FTP archive file server

NWS will provide more than 90 days of parallel operations of the
legacy EMWIN services and the updated eEMWIN services before
terminating the legacy EMWIN services on December 2, 2019. This
overlap should provide users the opportunity to acquire,
install, operate and transition to the new HRIT/EMWIN receiving
system and software, with minimal impact to current operations.

The following NWS Internet-based resources are available for
acquiring the products provided by Legacy EMWIN ByteBlaster.

a. NOAA Weather Wire Service (NWWS) Operational Interface (OI):
public Internet file push service. The reference web page for account registration is:
https://www.nws.noaa.gov/nwws/

b. eEMWIN File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Bulletin Archive: public
Internet file pull service
https://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/CU.EMWIN/DF.xt/DC.gsatR/OPS/

c. Global Telecommunication Service (GTS) Internet File Service
(GIFS): public Internet file pull service:
https://ra4-gifs.weather.gov/data/RMTN/

d. EMWIN binary products may be downloaded directly from the
public web pages accessed by EMWIN, which are documented in the
"EMWIN Image and Text Data Capture Catalog," listed here:
https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#documents


Questions or comments on the alternative services may be
addressed to NWS EMWIN Support:
nws.emwin.support@noaa.gov

Additional information on the new eEMWIN services can be found on
Documents tab on the NWS EMWIN web page:
https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#documents


Questions or comments on the information contained in this bulletin may be addressed to:
nws.emwin.support@noaa.gov

National Service Change Notices are online at:
https://www.weather.gov/notification/

NNNN


Effective 10/16/2019

NOXX10 KWBC 151902

Data Management Message 10-19.01

To: GEONETCast Americas (GNC-A) Customers

From: GISC/RTH Washington Data Management

Subject: GNC-A Service Interruption Commencing 1200 UTC, October 16,
2019

A planned upgrade of the NESDIS GNC-A uplink station equipment is
scheduled to commence at 1200 UTC, October 16, 2019, and will last
approximately 30 minutes.  A GNC-A service interruption of 10 minutes is expected
during this maintenance period.

Date/Time of Initial Impact:  October 16, 2019 1200-UTC (8:00am ET)

Date/Time of Expected End:  October 16, 2019 1230-UTC (8:30am ET)

Length of Disruption: 10 minutes

Information contained in this bulletin is posted on

https://www.nws.noaa.gov/iscs/index.html

Questions or comments on this Bulletin may be addressed to: iscs.dm@noaa.gov


For NOAAPORT and NON-AWIPS Customers - if you have any
questions regarding distribution or would like to add these
products to your datastream please contact Data Management
at iscs.dm@noaa.gov.

This information is also posted on the NWS Data Management
change notices web page. the url is listed below.

https://www.nws.noaa.gov/datamgmt/notices.shtml

Data Management
NCO Production Management Branch College Park, MD
GISC/RTH Washington Sends

 

Effective 10/1/2019


NOXX10 KWBC 301000
Data Management Message 09-19.01

To: Emergency Managers Weather Information Network /EMWIN/ Customers

From: GISC/RTH Washington Data Management

Subject: Legacy EMWIN Service Disruption Commencing 1300 UTC October
1 2019

A planned repair and upgrade of NWS Network Services is scheduled to
commence at 1300 UTC, October 1 2019.. and will last approximately 
8 hours.  A service disruption of 30 to 60 minutes is expected 
during this maintenance period which may block services or prevent 
some products from appearing on Legacy EMWIN. 

The following Legacy EMWIN services may be impacted:
a.  GOES-14/15 EMWIN Satellite Broadcast
b.  ByteBlaster
c.  File Transfer Protocol /FTP/ File service.

Date/Time of Initial Impact:  October 1 2019 1300-UTC /9:00am ET/

Date/Time of Expected End:  October 1 2019 2100-UTC /5:00pm ET/

Length of Disruption: 1 Hour

Users relying on Legacy EMWIN services should utilize alternate 
NWS dissemination services such as the new NWS enterprise EMWIN 
/eEMWIN/ services or the NOAA Weather Wire Service /NWWS/.. to 
assure continuous receipt of timely weather and water warnings 
and alerts.. throughout this period.

If a Critical Weather Day is identified to take place during 
this maintenance event.. the event may be rescheduled.

Information contained in this bulletin is posted on

https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/index.html#notices

https://www.nws.noaa.gov/iscs/index.html

Questions or comments on this Bulletin may be addressed to:
nws.emwin.support@noaa.gov

For NOAAPORT and NON-AWIPS Customers - if you have any
questions regarding distribution or would like to add these
products to your datastream please contact Data Management
at ncep.pmb.dm@noaa.gov.

This information is also posted on the NWS Data Management
change notices web page. the url is listed below.

https://www.nws.noaa.gov/datamgmt/notices.shtml

Data Management
NCO Production Management Branch College Park
GISC/RTH Washington Sends
NNNN

 

Effective 08/28/2019

NOUS41 KWBC 271740 AAB
                    
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 19-53 Updated
National Weather Service Headquarters Silver Spring, MD
140 PM EDT Tue Aug 27 2019

To: Subscribers:
-NOAA Weather Wire Service
-Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
-NOAAPORT
Other NWS partners and NWS employees
From: Ben Kyger

Director, NCEP Central Operations
Subject: Updated: Enterprise EMWIN Service Transition to
Operations for GOES-East and GOES-West Satellite
Broadcasts Effective: August 29, 2019
Updated to reflect the effective date of the eEMWIN services
becoming operational from TBD to August 29, 2019. Users will be
notified via a different SCN for information relating to the
discontinuation date of the legacy EMWIN services through GOES-
14 and GOES-15.

Effective on or about August 29, 2019, the NWS enterprise
Emergency Managers Weather Information Network (eEMWIN) service
is scheduled to transition to an operational NCEP Central
Operations Integrated Dissemination Program (IDP) platform. The
IDP eEMWIN dissemination service operates through a public
facing NWS web dervice and over the National Environmental
Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) Geostationary
Operational Environmental Satellite R (GOES-R) Series
satellites. The present operational GOES-R Series satellites are:
GOES-East (GOES-16) at 75.2 degrees West longitude
GOES-West (GOES-17) at 137.2 degrees West longitude
HRIT-EMWIN SERVICE PHASE-IN

The NWS eEMWIN HRIT-EMWIN broadcast and data hosted on the
public facing NWS web service will be supported operationally.
Users transitioning to the High Rate Information Transmission
(HRIT) EMWIN broadcast service will require an HRIT-EMWIN
receiving station. HRIT-EMWIN system requirements and user
information are available from NESDIS. Some information on HRIT-
EMWIN receiving station equipment available for purchase is
provided on the NWS EMWIN Web Services:

https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#hrit-emwin

The NWS does not endorse or recommend any products or services
appearing on this website.

The assigned EMWIN Virtual Channel Identifiers (VCID) on the
broadcast are:

VCID-20: Priority 1 and 2 text products (see note 1 and 2)
VCID-21: Image products (see note 1 and 3)
VCID-22: Priority 3 and 4 text products (see note 1 and 2)

Notes:
1. The products on the GOES-16/17 HRIT-EMWIN broadcast should
not be used for operational purposes before the effective date.

2. Text product information is available in the "EMWIN Text
Product Catalog" on the following web site:
https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#documents

3. Image product information is available in the "EMWIN Image
and Text Data Capture Catalog"

https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#documents

The NWS web services hosting HRIT-EMWIN satellite broadcast
products for download are available here:

https://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/CU.EMWIN/DF.xt/DC.gsatR/
ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/CU.EMWIN/DF.xt/DC.gsatR/

- By the effective date, the products will begin populating the
"OPS" directory.
- During the 30-day evaluation period, the products will be
available in the "QA" directory.

The products on the eEMWIN Web Service should not be used for
operational purposes before the eEMWIN services effective date.
Further information on the eEMWIN web service is available in
the "eEMWIN FTP Service Description Document" at:
https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#documents
User wishing to provide comments on the product and services
during the 30-day evaluation period, please contact:

Carissa Klemmer
NCEP Central Operations
idp-support@noaa.gov
carissa.l.klemmer@noaa.gov
and
Robert Gillespie
nws.emwin.support@noaa.gov

Questions on the information contained in this bulletin may be
addressed to:
 nws.emwin.support@noaa.gov

National Service Change Notices are online at:
https://www.weather.gov/notification/

NNNN

Effective 2019/07/23

NOXX10 KWBC 231355
DM07-19.02 GOES-16 and GOES-17 Possible Maintenance Outages
Commencing 1400 UTC, July 23, 2019

Effective: 2019/07/23 14Z UTC Data Management Message 07-19.02 To: Emergency Managers Weather Information Network (EMWIN) Customers From: GISC/RTH Washington Data Management Subject: GOES-16 and GOES-17 Possible Maintenance Outages Commencing 1400 UTC, July 23, 2019 Topic: GOES-16 and GOES-17 Possible Outages or Anomalies on July 23rd Due to GOES R Ground Troubleshooting Date/Time Issued: Jul 22, 2019 20:34:00 UTC Product or Data Impacted: All GOES 16 and 17 Data may be susceptible to outages or anomalies on July 23rd during the hours shown below due to ongoing intrusive troubleshooting activities being perform by the GOES R teams. If actual outages or anomalies are realized, official Notifications will be sent proving the details. Date/Time of Initial Impact: Jul 23, 2019 14:00:00 UTC Date/Time of Expected End: Jul 23, 2019 22:00:00 UTC Length of the Outage/Event: 8 Hrs 0 Mins Details/Specifics of Change: No details can be provided at this time other than the times of the possible intrusive activities. Contact information for further information: ross.cox@noaa.gov Questions or comments on this Bulletin may be addressed to: nws.emwin.support@noaa.gov This information is also posted on the NWS Data Management change notices web page. The URL is listed below. http://www.nws.noaa.gov/datamgmt/notices.shtml Data Management NCO Production Management Branch College Park GISC/RTH Washington Sends NNNN

Effective 2019/07/24

NOXX10 KWBC 251610
DM06-19.03 Enterprise EMWIN Service Transition to Operations for
GOES-East and GOES-West Satellite Broadcasts Effective: July 24, 2019 

NOUS41/KWBC/251600
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 19-53
National Weather Service Headquarters Silver Spring, MD
1200 PM EDT Tue Jun 25 2019

To:       Subscribers:
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
           Other NWS partners and NWS employees

From:	  Ben Kyger
          Director, NCEP Central Operations

Subject:  Enterprise EMWIN Service Transition to Operations 
          for GOES-East and GOES-West Satellite Broadcasts
          Effective: July 24, 2019

Effective on or about July 24, 2019, the National Weather Service
(NWS) enterprise Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
(eEMWIN) service is scheduled to transition to an operational
NCEP Central Operations Integrated Dissemination Program (IDP)
platform.  The eEMWIN dissemination service operates through a
public facing NWS Web Service and over the National Environmental
Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) Geostationary
Operational Environmental Satellite R (GOES-R) Series satellites.
The present operational GOES-R Series satellites are:

GOES-East (GOES-16) at 75.2 degrees West longitude
GOES-West (GOES-17) at 137.2 degrees West longitude

HRIT-EMWIN SERVICE PHASE-IN

On June 20, 2019, the NWS eEMWIN Service entered a 30-day system
stability evaluation period.  On or about the effective date above,
after a successful evaluation period, the NWS eEMWIN HRIT-EMWIN
broadcast and public facing NWS Web Service will be declared
operational.

Users transitioning to the High Rate Information Transmission
(HRIT) EMWIN broadcast service will require an HRIT-EMWIN receiving
station.  HRIT-EMWIN system requirements and user information are
available from NESDIS. Some information on HRIT-EMWIN receiving
station equipment available for purchase is provided on the NWS
EMWIN Web Services:

https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#hrit-emwin
The NWS does not endorse or recommend any products or services appearing on this website. The assigned EMWIN Virtual Channel Identifiers (VCIDs) on the broadcast are: VCID-20 - Priority 1 and 2 text products (see note 1 and 2) VCID-21 - Image products (see note 1 and 3) VCID-22 - Priority 3 and 4 text products (see note 1 and 2) Notes: 1 The products on the GOES-16/17 HRIT-EMWIN broadcast should not be used for operational purposes prior to the eEMWIN Service being declared operational by the NWS. 2 Text product information is available in the "EMWIN Text Product Catalog" on the following web site:

https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#documents
3 Image product information is available in the "EMWIN Image and Text Data Capture Catalog" on the following web site:
https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#documents The NWS Web Services hosting HRIT-EMWIN satellite broadcast products for download are available here:
https://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/CU.EMWIN/DF.xt/DC.gsatR/ ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/CU.EMWIN/DF.xt/DC.gsatR/
- On the effective date, the products will begin populating the "OPS" directory. - During the 30-day evaluation period, the products will be available in the "QA" directory. The products on the eEMWIN Web Service should not be used for operational purposes prior to the eEMWIN service being declared operational by the NWS. Further information on the eEMWIN Web Service is available in the "eEMWIN FTP Service Description Document" on the following web site:
https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#documents User wishing to provide comments on the product and services during the 30-day evaluation period, please contact: Carissa Klemmer NCEP Central Operations idp-support@noaa.gov carissa.l.klemmer@noaa.gov and Robert Gillespie nws.emwin.support@noaa.gov Questions on the information contained in this bulletin may be addressed to: nws.emwin.support@noaa.gov National Service Change Notices are online at: https://www.weather.gov/notification/ NNNN


Effective 2019/07/11

Updated: Enterprise EMWIN Service Transition to Operations for GOES-East and GOES-West Satellite Broadcasts Effective on a date to be determined (TBD)

NOUS41 KWBC 111710 AAA PNSWSH 
 Service Change Notice 19-53 Updated National Weather Service Headquarters Silver Spring, MD 110 PM EDT Thu Jul 11 2019 
 
 To:       Subscribers:
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
		  Other NWS partners and NWS employees 
		  
 From:     Ben Kyger
           Director, NCEP Central Operations 
 Subject:  Updated: Enterprise EMWIN Service Transition to 
           Operations for GOES-East and GOES-West Satellite
		   Broadcasts Effective on a date to be determined (TBD)

Updated to reflect the effective date of the eEMWIN services 
becoming operational from July 24, 2019 to TBD; an updated SCN 
will be issue when a new date is set.  

Effective on a date to be determined, the NWS enterprise 
Emergency Managers Weather Information Network (eEMWIN) service 
is scheduled to transition to an operational NCEP Central 
Operations Integrated Dissemination Program (IDP) platform. 
The eEMWIN dissemination service operates through a public facing 
NWS web service and over the National Environmental Satellite, 
Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) Geostationary Operational 
Environmental Satellite R (GOES-R) Series satellites. The  
present operational GOES-R Series satellites are

GOES-East (GOES-16) at 75.2 degrees West longitude
GOES-West (GOES-17) at 137.2 degrees West longitude

HRIT-EMWIN SERVICE PHASE-IN

On July 30, 2019, the NWS eEMWIN service enters a 30-day system 
stability evaluation period.  On a date to be determined, after 
a successful evaluation period, the NWS eEMWIN HRIT-EMWIN 
broadcast and public facing NWS web service will be operational. 

Users transitioning to the High Rate Information Transmission 
(HRIT) EMWIN broadcast service will require an HRIT-EMWIN 
receiving station. HRIT-EMWIN system requirements and user 
information are available from NESDIS. Some information on HRIT-
EMWIN receiving station equipment available for purchase is  provided
on the NWS EMWIN Web Services:
  
  https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#hrit-emwin 

The NWS does not endorse or recommend any products or services 
appearing on this website.

The assigned EMWIN Virtual Channel Identifiers (VCIDs) on the 
broadcast are:

VCID-20 Priority 1 and 2 text products (see note 1 and 2)
VCID-21 Image products (see note 1 and 3)
VCID-22 Priority 3 and 4 text products (see note 1 and 2)

Notes: 
1. The products on the GOES-16/17 HRIT-EMWIN broadcast should  
not be used for operational purposes prior to the effective date. 
2. Text product information is available in the EMWIN Text  
Product Catalog on the following web site:   
  https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#documents
 
3. Image product information is available in the EMWIN Image and  
Text Data Capture Catalog on the following web site:  
  https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#documents
 
 The NWS Web Services hosting HRIT-EMWIN satellite broadcast  
 products for download are available here: 
 
https://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/CU.EMWIN/DF.xt/DC.gsatR/
ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/CU.EMWIN/DF.xt/DC.gsatR/

 
 - By the effective date, the products will begin populating  the OPS directory.
 - During the 30-day evaluation period, the products will be  
   available in the QA directory. 
   
 The products on the eEMWIN Web Service should not be used for  
 operational purposes prior to the eEMWIN Services effective  date.  
 Further information on the eEMWIN Web Service is available in the 
 eEMWIN FTP Service Description Document on the  following web site: 
 
  https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#documents 
 
 User wishing to provide comments on the product and services  
 during the 30-day evaluation period, please contact: 
 
  Carissa Klemmer
  NCEP Central Operations
  idp-support@noaa.gov
  carissa.l.klemmer@noaa.gov 
  and Robert Gillespie
  nws.emwin.support@noaa.gov

Questions on the information contained in this bulletin may be
addressed to: 

  nws.emwin.support@noaa.gov  

National Service Change Notices are online at:

https://www.weather.gov/notification/

NNNN

Effective 2019/06/25

Enterprise EMWIN Service Transition to Operations for GOES-East and GOES-West Satellite Broadcasts Effective: 2019/07/24 00Z UTC

NOXX10 KWBC 251610
DM06-19.03 Enterprise EMWIN Service Transition to Operations for
GOES-East and GOES-West Satellite Broadcasts Effective: July 24, 2019 

NOUS41/KWBC/251600
PNSWSH

Service Change Notice 19-53
National Weather Service Headquarters Silver Spring, MD
1200 PM EDT Tue Jun 25 2019

To:       Subscribers:
          -NOAA Weather Wire Service
          -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
          -NOAAPORT
          Other NWS partners and NWS employees

From:	Ben Kyger
          Director, NCEP Central Operations

Subject:	Enterprise EMWIN Service Transition to Operations 
          for GOES-East and GOES-West Satellite Broadcasts
          Effective: July 24, 2019

Effective on or about July 24, 2019, the National Weather Service
(NWS) enterprise Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
(eEMWIN) service is scheduled to transition to an operational
NCEP Central Operations Integrated Dissemination Program (IDP)
platform.  The eEMWIN dissemination service operates through a
public facing NWS Web Service and over the National Environmental
Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) Geostationary
Operational Environmental Satellite R (GOES-R) Series satellites.
The present operational GOES-R Series satellites are:

GOES-East (GOES-16) at 75.2 degrees West longitude
GOES-West (GOES-17) at 137.2 degrees West longitude

HRIT-EMWIN SERVICE PHASE-IN

On June 20, 2019, the NWS eEMWIN Service entered a 30-day system
stability evaluation period.  On or about the effective date above,
after a successful evaluation period, the NWS eEMWIN HRIT-EMWIN
broadcast and public facing NWS Web Service will be declared
operational.

Users transitioning to the High Rate Information Transmission
(HRIT) EMWIN broadcast service will require an HRIT-EMWIN receiving
station.  HRIT-EMWIN system requirements and user information are
available from NESDIS. Some information on HRIT-EMWIN receiving
station equipment available for purchase is provided on the NWS
EMWIN Web Services:
  https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#hrit-emwin
The NWS does not endorse or recommend any products or services
appearing on this website.

The assigned EMWIN Virtual Channel Identifiers (VCIDs) on the
broadcast are:

VCID-20 Priority 1 and 2 text products (see note 1 and 2)
VCID-21 Image products (see note 1 and 3)
VCID-22 Priority 3 and 4 text products (see note 1 and 2)

Notes:
1 The products on the GOES-16/17 HRIT-EMWIN broadcast should not
be used for operational purposes prior to the eEMWIN Service being
declared operational by the NWS.
2 Text product information is available in the EMWIN Text Product
Catalog on the following web site:
  https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#documents
3 Image product information is available in the EMWIN Image and
Text Data Capture Catalog on the following web site:
  https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#documents

The NWS Web Services hosting HRIT-EMWIN satellite broadcast products
for download are available here: 
https://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/CU.EMWIN/DF.xt/DC.gsatR/
ftp://tgftp.nws.noaa.gov/SL.us008001/CU.EMWIN/DF.xt/DC.gsatR/
  - On the effective date, the products will begin populating the OPS directory. 
  - During the 30-day evaluation period, the products will be available in the QA directory.

The products on the eEMWIN Web Service should not be used for
operational purposes prior to the eEMWIN service being declared
operational by the NWS. Further information on the eEMWIN Web
Service is available in the eEMWIN FTP Service Description
Document on the following web site:
  https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/#documents  

User wishing to provide comments on the product and services during
the 30-day evaluation period, please contact: 

  Carissa Klemmer
  NCEP Central Operations
  idp-support@noaa.gov
  carissa.l.klemmer@noaa.gov 
  and
  Robert Gillespie
  nws.emwin.support@noaa.gov

Questions on the information contained in this bulletin may be
addressed to: 
  nws.emwin.support@noaa.gov  

National Service Change Notices are online at:

https://www.weather.gov/notification/

NNNN


Effective 2019/06/07

EMWIN ByteBlaster and FTP File Server Disruption Commencing 2200 UTC, June 11, 2019
Effective: 2019/06/11 22Z UTC

NOXX10 KWBC 071423
Data Management Message 06-19.02

To: Emergency Managers Weather Information Network (EMWIN)
Customers

From: GISC/RTH Washington Data Management

Subject: EMWIN ByteBlaster and FTP File Server Disruption Commencing
2200 UTC, June 11, 2019

A planned upgrade of EMWIN Network Services is scheduled to commence at 2200 UTC, June 11, 2019, and will last approximately 4 hours. The upgrade was originally scheduled for June 6, 2019, but was postponed due to a Critical
Weather Day declaration.

The EMWIN ByteBlaster and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) File services may experience an interruption of service during this period. The EMWIN satellite broadcast should not be impacted.

Date/Time of Initial Impact: June 11, 2019 / 2200 UTC

Date/Time of Expected End: June 12, 2019 / 0200 UTC

Length of Outage: 4 Hours

Users relying on the EMWIN ByteBlaster and FTP services should utilize alternate NWS dissemination services [e.g., NOAA Weather Wire Service (NWWS)] for continuous receipt of timely weather and water warnings and alerts
throughout this period.

If a Critical Weather Day is identified to take place during this maintenance event, the event will be rescheduled to commence at 2200 UTC Thursday, June 13, 2019.

Information contained in this bulletin is posted on
https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/index.html#notices
https://www.nws.noaa.gov/iscs/index.html

Questions or comments on this Bulletin may be addressed to: nws.emwin.support@noaa.gov

For NOAAPORT and NON-AWIPS Customers - if you have any
questions regarding distribution or would like to add these
products to your datastream please contact Data Management
at ncep.pmb.dm@noaa.gov.

This information is also posted on the NWS Data Management
change notices web page. The URL is listed below.

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/datamgmt/notices.shtml

Data Management
NCO Production Management Branch Silver Spring
GISC/RTH Washington Sends
NNNN


Effective 2019/06/06

EMWIN ByteBlaster and FTP File Server Disruption Commencing 2200 UTC, June 6, 2019
Effective: 2019/06/06 22Z UTC

NOXX10 KWBC 061730
Data Management Message 06-19.01

To: Emergency Managers Weather Information Network (EMWIN) Customers

From: GISC/RTH Washington Data Management

Subject: EMWIN ByteBlaster and FTP File Server Disruption Commencing
2200 UTC, June 6, 2019

A planned upgrade of EMWIN Network Services is scheduled to commence
at 2200 UTC, June 6, 2019, and will last approximately 4 hours.

The EMWIN ByteBlaster and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) File services
may experience an interruption of service during this period. The
EMWIN satellite broadcast should not be impacted.

Date/Time of Initial Impact: June 6, 2019 / 2200 UTC

Date/Time of Expected End: June 7, 2019 / 0200 UTC

Length of Outage: 4 Hours

Users relying on the EMWIN ByteBlaster and FTP services should utilize
alternate NWS dissemination services [e.g., NOAA Weather Wire Service
(NWWS)] for continuous receipt of timely weather and water warnings
and alerts throughout this period.

If a 'Critical Weather Day' is identified to take place during this
maintenance event, the event will be rescheduled.

Information contained in this bulletin is posted on
https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/index.html#notices
https://www.nws.noaa.gov/iscs/index.html

Questions or comments on this Bulletin may be addressed to:
nws.emwin.support@noaa.gov

For NOAAPORT and NON-AWIPS Customers - if you have any
questions regarding distribution or would like to add these
products to your datastream please contact Data Management
at ncep.pmb.dm@noaa.gov.

This information is also posted on the NWS Data Management
change notices web page. The URL is listed below.

https://www.nws.noaa.gov/datamgmt/notices.shtml

Data Management
NCO Production Management Branch
GISC/RTH Washington Sends
NNNN

Effective 2019/05/30

EMWIN ByteBlaster and FTP File Server Disruption Commencing 2200 UTC, May 30, 2019

NOXX10 KWBC 292022
Data Management Message 05-19B-.03
To: Emergency Managers Weather Information Network (EMWIN)
B B B Customers
From: GISC/RTH Washington Data Management
Subject: EMWIN ByteBlaster and FTP File Server Disruption Commencing
2200 UTC, May 30, 2019

A planned upgrade of EMWIN Network Services is scheduled to commence at
2200 UTC, May 30, 2019, and will last approximately 2 hours.

The EMWIN ByteBlaster and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) File services may
experience an interruption of service during this period.The EMWIN
satellite broadcast should not be impacted.

Date/Time of Initial Impact:May 30, 2019 / 2200 UTC
Date/Time of Expected End:May 31, 2019 / 0000 UTC
Length of Outage: 2 Hours

Users relying of the EMWIN ByteBlaster and FTP services should utilize
alternate NWS dissemination service [e.g., NOAA Weather Wire Service
(NWWS)]
for continuous receipt of timely weather and water warnings and alerts
throughout this period.
If a Critical Weather Day is identified to take place during this
maintenance event, the event will be rescheduled for June 4, 2019.

Information contained in this bulletin is posted on

https://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/index.html#notices
https://www.nws.noaa.gov/iscs/index.html

Questions or comments on this Bulletin may be addressed to:
nws.emwin.support@noaa.gov

Data Management
NCO Production Management Branch
GISC/RTH Washington Sends

Archived Notices:
EMWIN Archived Notices

HRIT/EMWIN

HRIT/EMWIN Configuration Documents

Commercial HRIT/EMWIN Receiving Stations: 
HRIT-EMWIN_Configuration_Documentation_Form_r180214-1320 Dartcom Systems Ltd  (New)

User Assembled HRIT/EMWIN Receiving Stations: 
HRIT-EMWIN_Configuration_Documentation_Form_r180916-2228.pdf  (New)


On-Line Guides and Posts:

HRIT/EMWIN User Group Documents

- HRIT-EMWIN User Group_Sept18_Final.pdf  (New)

 

 

 

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