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Product Name Brief Description     Click Here for "Printable" version of this list. Originator
Coded Marine Forecast Provides an abbreviated version of the Coastal Waters Forecast Mark Tew 
Nearshore Forecast (NSH) The NSH describes forecast conditions including any event-driven marine hazards occurring or expected to occur over the Great Lakes nearshore waters for a 48 hour forecast period. Mark Tew 
Surface Analysis A graphical product depicting of significant surface features over the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean Basins north of 15 degrees north. Features such as the location of high and low pressure systems, frontal positions, and the analyzed locations of any existing Tropical Cyclones are included. Mark Tew 
NAVTEX Forecast The NAVigational TEXt (NAVTEX) product is issued exclusively for the U.S. Coast Guard NAVTEX radio-teletype transmitters and receipt of those mariners equipped with NAVTEX receivers. The product contains marine forecasts and warnings. Mark Tew 
Marine Weather Discussion (MWD) Plain language free text discussion of computer model trends which focuses on expected wind and sea conditions. The MWD is used as a coordination vehicle among the national centers and coastal Weather Forecast Offices. Mark Tew 
TAFB Marine Weather Discussion (MIM) Plain language free text discussion of computer model trends which focuses on expected wind and sea conditions. The product is used as a coordination vehicle among the national centers and coastal Weather Forecast Offices. Mark Tew 
Coastal/Lakeshore Flood Statement/Watch/Warning The suite of products provides the public with statements, watches, and warnings of significant coastal/lakeshore flooding events. Mark Tew 
Marine Weather Statement (MWS) Plain language free text discussion of potentially hazardous warning conditions associated with non-severe thunderstorms and/or waterspouts issued on an event driven basis from WFOs. The product is also issued to advise of potential hazardous conditions with wind, waves, visibility, low water levels, hazardous materials spills, volcanic ash, and ice. Mark Tew 
Gridded Day 2 and Day 3 Excessive Precipitation Forecast The Gridded Day 2 and Day 3 Excessive Precipitation Forecasts are display the probability of precipitation amounts exceeding the flash flood guidance values issued by the River Forecast Centers at the time of product issuance. The product displays areas for the continental United States where the probability of precipitation amounts exceeding flash flood guidance is slight (defined as threat in the range 5 percent to less than 10 percent), moderate (defined as threat from 10 percent to less than 15 percent), and high (defined as threat 15 percent or greater). The River Forecast Centers do not currently issue flash flood guidance for days 2 and 3 so at this time the product will be based on the day 1 flash flood guidance. Mary Mullusky 
Grassland Fire Danger Index for the Kansas Plains The Grassland Fire Danger Index (GFDI) product/service is a text and graphical representation of the Grassland Fire Danger Index values that correspond to the likelihood that fires will get out of control. Three-hourly GFDI values will be represented, giving customers a clear indication of not only the index value but also the time and duration of the values at a specific grid location Mary-Beth Schreck 
World Area Forecast System (WAFS) Global Grids Visualization The NWS Display of WAFS Grids for Turbulence, Icing, Cb Cloud and Wind is a graphical representation of the grids issued jointly by the World Area Forecast Centers (WAFCs) in the US and the UK. These grids are sanctioned by the ICAO and the FAA for use in flight planning. They are available for various levels from forecast hours 6 to 36, in three hourly time steps, in GRIB2 format. This product will provide users a way to display the grids at all levels and time steps via a web page with a GIS display. Users will be able to overlay multiple levels and forecast parameters and loop through the time range, as well as pan and zoom on the map Matt Strahan 
World Area Forecast System (WAFS) Significant Weather High Level Charts The WAFS Significant Weather (SIGWX) High Level Charts are graphic representations of forecasted significant weather on a global scale. The SIGWX High Level Charts indicate the 24-hour future position of jet streams, tropopause heights, convection, turb Michael Graf 

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