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Product Name Brief Description Operational Date
Rip Current Probability Graphical The National Weather Services (NWS) Rip Current Probability Graphical product provides a graphical representation of the probabilities of rip currents along area beaches from Pender County, NC south to Georgetown County, SC. This product is issued twice a day. 2007-05-09 
Tropical Cyclone Surface Wind Speed Probabilities in NDFD The NWS provides access to operational and experimental gridded forecasts of weather elements (e.g., maximum temperature, sky cover) through the National Digital Forecast Database (NDFD). The NDFD contains a seamless mosaic of digital forecasts from NWS field offices working in collaboration with the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP). The Tropical Cyclone Surface Wind Speed Probabilities (TCSWSP) is an NCEP, event-driven product. The TCSWSP is an experimental product which will be made available via the NDFD. This product depicts probabilities, in percent, of sustained surface wind speeds. These probabilities are expressed for wind speed thresholds equal to or exceeding 34-, 50-, and 64-knots. These wind speed probabilities are based on the track, intensity, and wind structure (size in terms of radii) uncertainties in the official forecasts from the National Hurricane Center (NHC). The product will cover the continental U.S. and adjacent waters. 2007-05-01 
National Air Quality Forecast System (AQFS) Smoke Forecast Graphic Display The National Weather Service?s National Air Quality Forecast System (AQFS) Wildland Fire Smoke Forecast (WFSF) Experimental Graphic Display is a web-based presentation of gridded forecast smoke dispersion guidance produced by NOAA's Air Resources Laboratory and Environmental Modeling Center (EMC) of the National Environmental Prediction (NCEP)and using the HYSPLIT dispersion model. The dispersion model is preconfigured to run over the entire country once-a-day using the 0600 UTC NAM meteorological forecast. Hourly average output maps of primary PM2.5 air concentration are produced using the actual fire locations from the previous day obtained from NOAA?s NESDIS Hazard Mapping System. The dispersion simulation consists of two parts: 1) a 24 h analysis simulation run for the previous day, and 2) a 48 h forecast simulation, which assumes that yesterday's fires will continue to burn for the next two days. The smoke particle positions at the end of each analysis period are used to initialize the next day's analysis simulation. 2007-04-17 
Storm Prediction Center Day 3-8 Fire Weather Outlook Guidance This Product Description Document concerns SPC issuance of Day 3-8 fire weather outlooks to provide national guidance on a critical public safety issue for media, emergency managers, local National Weather Service Forecast Offices and ultimately the United States public. This product will help its customers to adequately prepare several days in advance for the potential of significant fire weather conditions. This product enhancement is aligned with the NOAA Strategic Objective for FY2005-2010 to ?Improve predictability of the onset, duration and impact of hazardous severe weather and water events? and its experimental initiation was part of the 2005 NWS Service Improvement Plan. 2007-03-29 
Extreme Wind Warning (EWW) The Extreme Wind Warning (EWW) is a text product prepared by the National Weather Service (NWS) Weather Forecast Offices (WFOs). The product warns of imminent or impending extreme winds associated with a landfalling hurricane. 2007-02-01 
Tropical Cyclone Watch/Warning Product The Tropical Cyclone Watch/Warning product (TCV) is based upon the Valid Time Event Code (VTEC). It summarizes all new, continued, and cancelled tropical cyclone watches and warnings issued by: the National Hurricane Center (NHC) for the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf coasts, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands; and the Central Pacific Hurricane Center (CPHC) for the main islands of Hawaii. 2007-01-11 
Eastern Region National Digital Forecast Database (NDFD) Graphic Forecast Displays The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Weather Service (NWS) National Digital Forecast Database (NDFD) Graphic Forecast Displays ( ccc is the WFO ID, are web-based presentations of digital forecast data originating from local Weather Forecast Office (WFO) digital databases. The data is displayed in a graphical form on a local scale. 2007-01-10 
Precipitation Potential Index The Precipitation Potential Index will display graphically on the internet. The graphic is a means to show forecaster confidence as to the location of precipitation at each hour across the CWA. It is intended to supplement the 12 hour POP and weather grids. 2007-01-10 
WFO Display of Ceiling Forecast Graphic The Ceiling Forecast Graphic is a web-based presentation of digital ceiling forecast data originating from local Weather Forecast Office (WFO) digital databases. The WFO digital forecast data are uploaded to a regional web server. These graphic images display ceilings from the time of issuance out to 24 hours. 2007-01-10 
Space Weather for Aviation Service Providers The Space Environment Center (SEC) Space Weather for Aviation Service Providers web page combines graph and text presentations of near real-time solar and geophysical parameters of interest to the aviation industry. This page incorporates products and models which are driven by data and imagery from ground-based and space-based observations. The Space Weather for Aviation Service Providers web page displays retrieved and reformatted existing SEC products. 2007-01-10 
Current Icing Product (CIP) Severity The Current Icing Product (CIP) is an automatically-generated index suitable for depicting areas of potentially hazardous airframe icing. This version of the CIP was updated in December 2006. The original CIP was implemented in 2002. The CIP algorithm is rooted in cloud physics principles that have been applied in the practical forecasting of icing probability and severity using research aircraft for nearly a decade. These principles and the resulting methods have also been applied to studies of icing incidents and accidents, as well as daily assessment of icing environments associated with icing pilot reports (PIREPs) over the United States and Canada at all times of the year. 2006-12-06 
NWS Current Observations Using RSS and XML Based Formats Provide current observations in two Internet based formats. Each format provides a channel for users to quickly access specific products. Products are organized by ASOS station ID. Two data exchange formats using Extensible Markup Language (XML) are provided for customers and partners who wish either display selected parts of the products or provide a display of the products to other customers. The product homepage can be accessed at: 2006-12-04 

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