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Tabular Product Evolution in eXtensible Markup Language Products Four eXtensible Markup Language (XML) products have been created using the forecast information contained in the National Digital Forecast Database (NDFD) for those cities currently contained in the Selected Cities Summary (SCS): ObX - hourly observations FOX3 - highly summarized 3 day forecasts FOX7 -highly summarized 7 day forecasts TEX - observed National high/low temperatures These products can be used as is, or user defined format products (text, HTML, etc.) can be created using eXtensible Stylesheet Language Transformation (XSLT) style sheets. We hope our users and partners will migrate away from legacy text products (e.g., SCS, etc.) to the new XML products. Steve Olson / Art Thomas 
Tabular Product Evolution in eXtensible Markup Language - Derived Selected Cities Summary Products TPEX-derived Selected Cities Summary (SCS) products are created from three eXtensible Markup Language (XML) products: ObX - hourly observations FOX3 - highly summarized 3 day forecasts TEX - observed National high/low temperatures The TPEX-derived SCS products are created using an eXtensible Stylesheet Language Transformation (XSLT) style sheet and mimic the legacy SCS products Steve Olson/Art Thomas 
D Region Absorption Prediction, Release 2 The D-Region Absorption Prediction, Release 2 (D-RAP2) product provides a suite of graphic and text information about the global High Frequency (HF) radio propagation conditions related to the state of the ionosphere’s D-region. D-RAP2 will be web based (http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/drap/index.html) and is an enhancement of the current D Region Absorption Prediction product (http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/dregion/index.html). D-RAP2 fills a void that exists in the current product by providing absorption information due to energetic proton precipitation at high latitudes. The web site provides: o A main page containing a global map of the highest HF frequencies affected by a 1dB attenuation, estimated recovery times, and links to subordinate pages. o Subordinate pages containing: north and south polar maps of the highest frequencies affected by a 10dB attenuation, and ASCII tabular values of total absorption at 10 MHz. o DRAP2 is updated every minute SWPC data and products are designed to provide accurate and real-time space weather information for the safety and benefit of our customers Steven Hill 
Space Weather Prediction Website This completely redesigned site leverages the latest web technologies to reach the broadest possible audience. Steven Hill 
Cold Advisory for Newborn Livestock (CANL) Graphic In the winter of 2008-2009,NWS Glasgow ran this system. Due to significant livestock losses in other areas of the high plains during the winter of 2008-2009, additional NWS offices joined the experimental test period for the 2009-2010,2010-2011,and 2011-12 winter seasons including: WFO Aberdeen, SD WFO Billings, MT WFO Bismarck, ND WFO Glasgow, MT WFO Great Falls, MT WFO Pocatello, ID WFO Pendleton, OR Durint the 2011-2012 experimental test period, NWS surveyed other entities in the weather enterprise for their interest in providing this type of service to the livestock industry. Tanja Fransen 
Tropical Weather Summary (TWS) PDD updated for the following: Effective with the 2009 season, the product changes from a narrative to a mainly tabular format. The TWS is a monthly alphanumeric product issued by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) and the Central Pacific Hurricane Center (CPHC) to summarize tropical cyclone activity for the previous month. NHC issues summaries for tropical cyclone activity over the Atlantic and eastern north Pacific (north of the equator and east of 140W longitude) basins. CPHC issues summaries for tropical cyclone activity over the central North Pacific (north of the equator between 140W and 180W longitude) basin. The centers issue new summaries the first day of each month from June through December. The last TWS of the tropical cyclone season (December issuance) covers activity for the entire season from June through the end of November. Effective with the 2009 season, the product changes from a narrative to a mainly tabular format. Timothy Schott 
Tropical Cyclone Storm Surge Probabilities The product consists of a graphic and GRIB2 data for creating the graphic for the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic coastal areas of the continental United States. The graphic shows probabilities, in percent, of storm surge exceeding 2 feet through 25 feet, at 1 foot intervals (e.g., the probabilities in percent, of storm surge exceeding 2 feet, 3 feet, 4 feet, …, 25 feet). This storm surge graphic is based upon an ensemble of Sea, Lake, and Overland Surge from Hurricanes (SLOSH) model runs using the National Hurricane Center (NHC) official advisory and accounts for track, size, and intensity errors based on historical errors. Timothy Schott 
National Snow Analysis The National Operational Hydrologic Remote Sensing Center (NOHRSC) is a branch in the Office of Climate, Water, and Weather Services in the National Weather Services (NWS) and is collocated with the NWS North Central River Forecast Center and the Weather Forecast Office in Chanhassen, Minnesota. The NOHRSC produces a daily National Snow Analysis (NSA) and distributes a variety of snow summaries and data sets derived from both observed and modeled hydrometeorological data. The NOHRSC NSA provides daily, comprehensive snow information for the coterminous U.S. and is accessed at: www.nohrsc.nws.gov. The NSA is based on modeled snowpack characteristics that are updated using all operationally available ground-based, airborne, and satellite observations of snow water equivalent, snow depth, and snow cover.... Tom Carroll 
Tucson, AZ WFO Precipitation Monitoring Page The Tucson climate web page displays precipitation analyses for National Weather Service observation sites in southeast Arizona. This web page allows a person to select various methods for precipitation analysis with an emphasis on drought monitoring. Analyses can vary by length of time and geographic area of interest. Data is presented in a graphical form of time versus amount. Tom Evans or John Glueck 
Graphical Convective Outlook for the Alaska FIR The Alaska Aviation Weather Unit (AAWU) issues area forecasts that include thunderstorm information for each zone. These forecasts contain information as to the timing and some detail in a text format. This new product would provide this information in a graphical format. It will be the convective guidance for 0-12 and 12-24-hour time periods. Included are areas where convection will occur as isolated, scattered, or numerous. Severe convection potential would be outlined. Other details such as the thunderstorm bases and tops, timing of development, and some graphical reasoning indicated. Tony Hall 
ADVANCED HYDROLOGIC PREDICTION SERVICE (AHPS) FLOOD INUNDATION MAP INTERFACE The NWS River Forecast Centers produce river stage forecasts for more than three thousand locations in the U.S. These forecasts reference numeric gage heights at a single site along the river, generally in or near a city. Flood inundation maps are available for specific NWS forecast points where a flood inundation library has been developed through a partnership with Federal, state, and/or local agencies. Flood Inundation Maps show the extent of flooding expected spatially over a given area. This will indicate where roadways, streets, buildings, airports, etc., are likely to be impacted by floodwaters. Combined with river observations and NWS river forecasts, inundation maps provide decision-makers additional information needed to better mitigate the impacts of flooding and build more resilient communities. Victor Hom 
Tropical Cyclone Watch/Warning Product ( N-TCV) Changes for 2017: Effective on or around June 1, 2017, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) expanded the tropical cyclone watch and warning information available in its National Tropical Cyclone Watch/Warning products issued for Atlantic tropicalcyclones (TCVAT#). In past hurricane seasons, the National TCV products for the Atlantic basin contained only the tropical cyclone wind watches and warnings along coastal segments issued by NHC. Beginning in the 2017 hurricane season, the national TCV products from NHC for the Atlantic basin will include all NWS-issued zone-based tropical cyclone wind and storm surge watches and warnings from both NHC and local Weather Forecast Offices (WFOs) and will no longer contain breakpoint information. The National Tropical Cyclone Watch/Warning products (N-TCVs)summarize all new, continued, and cancelled tropical cyclone watches and warnings for wind and storm surge (storm surge watches and warnings are applicable along the Gulf and Atlantic Coast of the contiguous United States (U.S.) only) issued by: the National Hurricane Center (NHC) for the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf coasts, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, southern California; and the Central Pacific Hurricane Center (CPHC) for the main islands of Hawaii using Valid Time Event Code (VTEC). In the Atlantic basin only, the N-TCV product includes all National Weather Service (NWS)-issued tropical cyclone watch/warning VTEC from both NHC and Weather Forecast Offices. Wayne Presnell 

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