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Product Name Brief Description Operational Date
Precipitation Frequency Data Server NWS precipitation frequency estimates have traditionally been delivered in the form of Weather Bureau Technical Papers and Memoranda as well as NOAA Atlases, all hard copy documents. With the advent of the World Wide Web, these documents have been scanned and made available via web pages. The National Weather Service specifically developed the Precipitation Frequency Data Server as the primary web portal to precipitation frequency estimates and associated information (Parzybok and Yekta, 2003). Recent updates to NWS precipitation frequency are being delivered entirely in digital rather than hard copy form in order to make the estimates more widely available to the public and to provide the data in a broader and more accessible range of formats. 2005-09-08 
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.... 2005-09-08 
Aviation Digital Data Service The Aviation Digital Data Service (ADDS) makes available to the aviation community through the internet digital and graphical analyses, forecasts and observations of meteorological variables. Developed as the data distribution component of the Aviation Gridded Forecast System (AGFS), ADDS is a joint effort of NOAA Forecast Systems Laboratory (FSL), NCAR Research Applications Program (RAP), and the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP)Aviation Weather Center (AWC). ADDS makes access to National Weather Service aviation observations and forecasts easy by integrating this information in one location, and by providing visualization tools to assist the application of thisinformation for flight planning. 2005-09-08 
Collaborative Convective Forecast Product The Collaborative Convective Forecast Product (CCFP) is a graphical representation of expected convective occurrence at 2-, 4-, and 6-hours after issuance time. Convection is defined as a polygon of at least 3,000 square miles with coverage of at least 25% with echoes of at least 40 dbZ composite reflectivity and at least one echo top of 25,000 feet or greater. CCFP covers the contiguous 48 states and portions of Ontario and Quebec south of 48 degrees north latitude. 2005-09-08 
Graphical Aviation Time Series The National Weather Service's (NWS) Graphical Aviation Time Series (GATS) is an optional product displaying a time series of various weather elements important to aviation. The weather elements displayed in time series format include, but may not be restricted to, temperature, dew point, relative humidity, heat index, wind chill, altimeter setting, wind direction, wind speed, wind gust, ceiling height, visibility, and precipitation. These time-series graphs are created by downloading 5-minute ASOS observations once each hour, with a 24-hour floating window of data available. 2005-09-08 
Enhanced Winter Weather Guidance Product Suite The Hydrometeorological Prediction Center (HPC) proposes to produce probability guidance for three specific snow/sleet accumulation thresholds per forecast day out to Day 3. HPC will also generate separate probability graphics for the exceedance of freezing rain. In addition a single graphic will depict both HPC forecast position of significant surface low pressure centers over the contiguous U.S. and conveyance of uncertainty of the forecast position. This will be depicted in 12 hour increments out to Day 3. 2005-09-07 
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. 2005-07-21 
Eastern Pacific Hurricane Season Outlook The Climate Prediction Center (CPC) issues the Hurricane Outlook for the eastern Pacific east of 140? West. No outlook, however, can give certainty as to whether or not a particular locality will be impacted by a tropical storm or hurricane in any given year. CPC issues this outlook in cooperation with the Tropical Prediction Center and NOAA?s Hurricane Research Division. 2005-05-31 
6- to 10-Day and 8- to 14-day Excessive Heat Outlooks (Contiguous U.S) The Climate Prediction Center (CPC) issues 6- to 10-Day and 8- to 14-Day excessive heat outlooks in probabilistic format for the Contiguous U.S. 2005-05-31 
Air Quality Index (AQI) The Air Quality Index (AQI)), also know as Clearing Index and Ventilation Index is both a text and graphical product produced by forecasters in support of the Fire Weather Program. The AQI has been used for many years by health and land management officials to help determine pollution and smoke dispersion on any given day. AQI numbers range from 0 (no dispersion) to 1000+ (excellent dispersion). When used as a Ventilation Index, values range from 0 to 100,000 2005-03-14 
Sea State Analysis A graphical product depicting sea state conditions over the North Atlantic and Pacific Ocean Basins. Features such as the location of the ice edge and the isopleths for wave heights and arrows for swell direction are depicted. 2005-03-11 
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. 2005-03-11 

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