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Product Name Brief Description Operational Date
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 
El Nino/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) Diagnostic Discussion The Climate Prediction Center (CPC) issues this monthly bulletin to provide insight into climate outlooks by reviewing the potential effects of the ENSO. 2005-03-08 
Crop Moisture Index. The Climate Prediction Center?s (CPC) and U.S. Department of Agriculture?s Joint Agricultural Weather Facility (JAWF) produces the Crop Moisture Index chart. The index indicates short term conditions. 2005-03-02 
Palmer Drought Severity Index. The Climate Prediction Center?s (CPC) and U.S. Department of Agriculture?s Joint Agricultural Weather Facility (JAWF) produces the Palmer Drought Severity Index chart. The index indicates long term conditions. 2005-03-02 
PHX Drought Data Page The PHX Drought Data Page was developed in response to a request from the Arizona Governors Drought Task Force. The product provides a single web based interface for users to more easily access precipitation data from the state for purposes of "decision making" as related to the ongoing drought in Arizona. 2005-02-01 
Regional Flash Flood Guidance Graphics Flash Flood Guidance (FFG) is the amount of rainfall in a given time period that will produce flooding on small streams. FFG is distributed via AWIPS in text products and lists FFG values for 1-, 3-, 6-, 12-, and 24-hour time periods for each county. The experimental Regional FFG Graphics are Internet web pages that show these FFG values in both graphical and tabular form. These graphic products are for the entire Southern Region (SR) area, the area of responsibility of each SR River Forecast Center (RFC), and each state in SR. In addition to having a state graphic for Texas, graphics of FFG for north, south, and west Texas are available. 2004-06-16 
Forecast Icing Potential (FIP) The Forecast Icing Potential (FIP) product is an automatically-generated forecast index of icing potential developed by the In-Flight Icing Product Development Team sponsored by the Federal Aviation Administration?s Aviation Weather Research Program. 2004-05-26 
Take Off Forecast Product The Take Off Forecast is a text product produced by an automated program that is then edited and/or augmented by Forecasters or Hydro-Meteorological Technicians (HMTs). The automated program uses FRH model data output for pressure, the Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF) for winds, and the Aviation Model Output Statistics (MAV) for temps and comes up in an editable display with the last 6 hours of obs displayed. The forecast includes an hour by hour prediction of the winds, temps, altimeter setting, and, sometimes, a forecast of wet or dry runway conditions expected on the airport within a 6 hour period from the time of issuance. Forecasts are updated every 6 hours. 2003-09-04 
Red Flag Potential Index The Red Flag Potential Index (RFPI) is a graphical product produced by forecasters at WFO Las Vegas (VEF) using GFE/IFPS. Ratings of Red Flag potential (numbers 1 through 4) for the next three days (today, tomorrow and the next day) are calculated using forecasts of relative humidity and prevailing 20-ft, 10-minute average surface wind, along with forecaster knowledge of other factors such as critical fire conditions and the existence of active wildfires. The RFPI is intended to be used as general guidance, primarily for planning purposes. Since the southern half of our forecast area operates an aggressive, proactive prescribed burn program, this product will be issued year-round. 2003-07-28 
Tropical Cyclone Forecast Advisories (TCM) The is a text product prepared by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) and the Central Pacific Hurricane Center (CPHC) for tropical cyclones in their respective basin of responsibility. TCMs are issued for the Atlantic and eastern Pacific basins by the NHC. TCMs are issued for the central Pacific by the CPHC. The product title depends on the intensity of the tropical cyclone, to include: Tropical Depression Advisory, Tropical Storm Advisory, Hurricane/Typhoon Advisory. This product is also issued for subtropical storms. 2003-06-20 
Tropical Cyclone Position Estimate (TCE) The Tropical Cyclone Position Estimate (TCE) is an event-driven (non-routinely issued) alphanumeric product comprised of information concerning the location of the center of a tropical cyclone as determined by land-based radar fixes. The National Hurricane Center (NHC), the Central Pacific Hurricane Center (CPHC), and the Weather Forecast Office (WFO) Guam prepare TCEs on an event-driven basis for tropical cyclone activity within the effective range of land base radars. NHC issues TCEs for tropical cyclone activity in the Atlantic and eastern north Pacific (north of the equator and east of 140 degrees west longitude) basins. CPHC issues TCEs for tropical cyclone activity in the central North Pacific (north of the equator between 140W and 180W longitude) basin and WFO Guam for the northwest Pacific (U.S. territories or the Republic of Palau, Federated States of Micronesia, and Republic of the Marshall Islands north of the equator and from 130W - 180W longitude). 2003-06-20 
Tropical Cyclone Summary-Fixes (TCS) The TCS is an alphanumeric product which the Central Pacific Hurricane Center (CPHC) provides when there is a classifiable (using the Dvorak technique) tropical cyclone activity in the north central or south Pacific. The TCS is a satellite-based estimate of tropical cyclone location, movement, and intensity with a brief remarks section. Pacific Region's CPHC prepares TCS for a portion of their area of responsibility (AOR). The AORs for CPHC/Weather Forecast Office (WFO) Honolulu (CPHC is collocated with the Weather Forecast Office Honolulu) varies depending upon the program (tropical cyclone, aviation, marine, public, and satellite). For TCS program, CPHC's AOR is the area north of the equator between 140W - 180 longitude and from the equator to 25 S latitude between 120W to 160E. 2003-06-20 

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