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Product Name Brief Description Operational Date
Dry Lightning Potential Index The Dry Lightning Potential Index (DLPI) is a graphical product produced by forecasters at WFO Las Vegas (VEF) using GFE/IFPS. Ratings of Dry Lightning potential (numbered from 0 through 6) for the next three days (today, tomorrow and the next day) are calculated using forecasts of boundary layer relative humidity and static stability. The DLPI is intended to be used as general guidance, primarily for planning purposes. The DLPI is intended as a seasonal product, issued from June through October, when active wildfires are most likely to occur in our forecast area 2006-03-13 
Tactical Decision Aid The Tactical Decision Aid (TDA) web page for the Terminal Radar Approach Controller (TRACON) highlights forecasts of thunderstorm potential for the TRACON's aircraft arrival corner posts. These forecasts will be updated hourly during periods of convective weather (occurring or forecast) and every four hours during periods of no convective weather. Forecasts will cover a 4 hour time frame. Forecast output will be a color-coded, bar graph indicating the hourly probability of thunderstorm activity at each corner post during the upcoming 4 hour period. 2006-03-13 
Hours of Sunshine and Percent of Possible Sunshine Products The Hours of Sunshine and Percent of Possible Sunshine Products will be graphical displays on the Internet of the number of hours of sunshine expected and the percent of total possible sunshine expected across the (PDT) County Warning Area (CWA). The products will be updated with each major Zone Forecast issuance. At 4 AM local Pacific Time, the forecasts will be for today and tomorrow. At 3 PM local Pacific Time, the forecasts will be for tomorrow and the day after tomorrow. 2006-03-13 
Tropical Cyclone Cumulative Wind Distribution (CWD) Graphic The CWD graphic is issued by the National Hurricane Center. It summarizes how the size of a storm has changed, and the areas potentially affected by sustained winds of tropical storm force (in orange) and hurricane force (in red) for tropical cyclones in the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific basins. This product is also issued for subtropical storms. 2006-01-19 
Tropical Cyclone Surface Wind Speed Probabilities - Graphical The Tropical Cyclone Surface Wind Speed Probabilities product displays probabilities in percent of sustained wind speeds equal to or exceeding 34-, 50-, and 64-knot wind speed thresholds. These wind speed probabilities are based on the track, intensity, and wind structure uncertainties in the official forecasts from the National Hurricane Center, Central Pacific Hurricane Center, and the Joint Typhoon Warning Center. 2006-01-19 
Tropical Cyclone Surface Wind Speed Probabilities - Text The Tropical Cyclone Surface Wind Speed Probabilities text product contains two parts. The first part, called Maximum Wind Speed (Intensity) Probability Table, provides over a five day period what the probabilities are for the maximum sustained (1-minute average) wind speed of a tropical cyclone for various intensity categories. A second part, called Wind Speed Probability Table for Specific Locations, provides probabilities, in percent, of sustained wind speeds equal to or exceeding 34-, 50-, and 64-knot wind speed thresholds. These wind speed probabilities are based on the track, intensity, and wind structure uncertainties during recent years in the official forecasts from the National Hurricane Center and the Central Pacific Hurricane Center and are computed for coastal and inland cities as well as offshore locations (e.g., buoys). 2006-01-19 
Graphical Forecast Table The National Weather Service's (NWS) Graphical Forecast Table provides a graphical representation of digital/tabular forecasts of maximum temperature, minimum temperature, probability of precipitation, 3- hourly temperatures,dewpoint temperatures, relative humidity, sky condition, wind direction and speed,obstruction to visibility, and precipitation type. 2005-12-12 
Graphical Local Hazardous Weather Outlook The National Weather Service has implemented a daily Hazardous Weather Outlook (HWO) text product. Its main focus is identifying all potential weather hazards during the next 24 hour time frame. The Local Hazardous Weather page ismeant to build off of the HWO text product, providing a more detailed aerial graphical depiction of the threat type and coverage. 2005-12-12 
Probability of Freezing Temperatures The Probability of Freezing Temperatures product will be a graphical display on the internet of the probability (in percent) that overnight low temperatures will fall to freezing or below across the (PDT) County Warning Area (CWA) for the ?tonight? and ?tomorrow night? time periods. It will be updated as necessary, but at a minimum with each major Zone Forecast issuance at 3 pm and 4 am local Pacific time. The product will be issued seasonally in the fall from September 15th until November 30th and in the Spring from March 15th until May 31st. 2005-10-21 
Graphical Hazardous Weather Outlook The Graphical Hazardous Weather Outlook will display graphically on the internet the weather hazards for the WFO County Warning Area (CWA) for 24 hour periods beginning with the current day and continuing through day 7. It is intended to supplement the Hazardous Weather Outlook text product. 2005-10-05 
Probability of Meeting or Exceeding Specific Temperature Thresholds The Probability of Meeting or Exceeding Specific Temperature Thresholds (e.g. Freezing or 100 degrees) is a graphical display on the Internet of the probability (in percent) that temperatures will either rise above or fall below the desired threshold in a given county Warning Area (CWA) for the Day 1 and Day 2 forecast time periods. It will be updated as necessary, but will be issued at a minimum with each major Zone Forecast package at 3 pm and 4 am local Pacific time. 2005-10-05 
Marine Forecast Matrix The National Weather Service (NWS) Marine Forecast Matrix (MFM) provides a tabular forecast of wind direction and speed, swell direction and height, wind wave height, significant wave height, cloud cover, probability of precipitation, and areal precipitation coverage. 2005-09-23 

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