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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
SPOTTER REPORTS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH
1025 AM EST FRI FEB 10 2017

THE FOLLOWING ARE SNOWFALL REPORTS FROM OUR REGION. APPRECIATION IS
EXTENDED TO HIGHWAY DEPARTMENTS...COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS...SKYWARN
SPOTTERS AND MEDIA FOR THESE REPORTS. THIS SUMMARY IS ALSO AVAILABLE
ON OUR HOME PAGE AT WEATHER.GOV/CLEVELAND

**********************12 HOUR SNOWFALL**********************

LOCATION              12 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

OHIO

...ASHTABULA COUNTY...
   JEFFERSON-LENOX TWP    1.0   700 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER
   MONROE TWP             0.5   949 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER

...CUYAHOGA COUNTY...
   CLEVELAND HOPKINS AI     T   651 AM  2/10  ASOS

...RICHLAND COUNTY...
   MANSFLD ARPT             T   652 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER

...SUMMIT COUNTY...
   TALLMADGE              0.5   659 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER
   AKRON CANTON AIRPORT   0.1   651 AM  2/10  ASOS

...TRUMBULL COUNTY...
   YOUNGSTOWN WARREN AI   0.1   651 AM  2/10  ASOS

PENNSYLVANIA

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
   MEADVILLE              0.9   951 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER

...ERIE COUNTY...
   CORRY                  3.0   900 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER
   AMITY TWP              0.9   853 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER
   ERI AIRPORT              T   651 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER


**********************24 HOUR SNOWFALL**********************

LOCATION              24 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

OHIO

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
   1 W GALION             1.5   700 AM  2/10  COCORAHS

...CUYAHOGA COUNTY...
   2 SE BRECKSVILLE       1.1   700 AM  2/10  COCORAHS

...LAKE COUNTY...
   3 SW WILLOUGHBY        0.3   700 AM  2/10  COCORAHS

...LORAIN COUNTY...
   OBERLIN                0.8   800 AM  2/10  SWE 0.23

...MAHONING COUNTY...
   5 NE SALEM             1.5   730 AM  2/10  COCORAHS

...MEDINA COUNTY...
   8 ENE MEDINA           4.5   700 AM  2/10  COCORAHS

...PORTAGE COUNTY...
   HIRAM                  1.8   856 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER
   1 NNW MANTUA           1.0   700 AM  2/10  COCORAHS

...SUMMIT COUNTY...
   FAIRLAWN               1.5   753 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER
   BATH TWP               1.1   726 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER

...TRUMBULL COUNTY...
   1 N NEWTON FALLS       1.0   700 AM  2/10  COCORAHS

...WAYNE COUNTY...
   DALTON                 1.5   955 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER
   1 N KIDRON             0.8   700 AM  2/10  COCORAHS

PENNSYLVANIA

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
   3 WNW SPRINGBORO       3.0   700 AM  2/10  COCORAHS


***********************SNOW ON GROUND***********************

LOCATION                 SNOW     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     ON GROUND           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

OHIO

...ASHLAND COUNTY...
   ASHLAND                3.0   738 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER

...ASHTABULA COUNTY...
   MONROE TWP             3.0   949 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER
   JEFFERSON-LENOX TWP    2.0   700 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
   1 W GALION             5.0   700 AM  2/10  COCORAHS

...CUYAHOGA COUNTY...
   2 SE BRECKSVILLE       1.0   700 AM  2/10  COCORAHS
   CLEVELAND HOPKINS AI   1.0   651 AM  2/10  ASOS

...LAKE COUNTY...
   3 SW WILLOUGHBY        1.0   700 AM  2/10  COCORAHS

...LORAIN COUNTY...
   OBERLIN                2.0   800 AM  2/10  SWE 0.23

...LUCAS COUNTY...
   KTOL                     T   652 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER

...PORTAGE COUNTY...
   HIRAM                  3.0   856 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER
   1 NNW MANTUA           2.5   700 AM  2/10  COCORAHS

...RICHLAND COUNTY...
   MANSFLD ARPT           2.0   652 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER

...SUMMIT COUNTY...
   FAIRLAWN               3.0   753 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER
   AKRON CANTON AIRPORT   3.0   651 AM  2/10  ASOS
   TALLMADGE              3.0   659 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER
   BATH TWP               2.0   726 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER

...TRUMBULL COUNTY...
   1 N NEWTON FALLS       2.0   700 AM  2/10  COCORAHS
   YOUNGSTOWN WARREN AI   2.0   651 AM  2/10  ASOS

...WAYNE COUNTY...
   DALTON                 4.0   955 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER
   1 N KIDRON             2.0   700 AM  2/10  COCORAHS

PENNSYLVANIA

...CRAWFORD COUNTY...
   MEADVILLE              4.0   951 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER
   3 WNW SPRINGBORO       4.0   700 AM  2/10  COCORAHS

...ERIE COUNTY...
   CORRY                  5.0   900 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER
   AMITY TWP              4.0   853 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER
   ERI AIRPORT            1.0   651 AM  2/10  SNOW SPOTTER

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ARZ003>007-012>016-021>025-030>034-037>047-052>057-062>069-012000-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LITTLE ROCK AR
600 AM CST SUN MAR 1 2015

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN LITTLE ROCK HAS ISSUED A

* FLASH FLOOD WARNING FOR...
CENTRAL HOT SPRING COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS...

* UNTIL 600 PM CST

* AT 210 PM CST...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE METEOROLOGISTS WERE
CONTINUING TO MONITOR RELEASES FROM REMMEL DAM...DUE TO THE
HEAVY RAINFALL THAT FELL ACROSS THE AREA THIS MORNING.

* THIS IS A ROUTINE HIGH WATER EVENT WHICH WILL RESULT IN LOWLAND
FLOODING ALONG THE OUACHITA RIVER IN HOT SPRING COUNTY. THE
CURRENT FLOW RATE FROM REMMEL DAM AT 2 PM IS 45 THOUSAND CUBIC
FEET PER SECOND. INITIAL IMPACTS FROM REMMEL DAM RELEASES WILL
REACH THE BRIDGE ON INTERSTATE 30 NEAR MALVERN WITHIN 1 TO 2
HOURS...WITH MAXIMUM IMPACTS OCCURRING WITHIN THE NEXT 2 TO 3
HOURS. INITIAL IMPACTS WILL REACH DONALDSON WITHIN THE NEXT 3 TO 6
HOURS...WITH THE MAXIMUM IMPACTS OCCURRING WITHIN THE NEXT 6 TO 8
HOURS. IMPACTS WILL REACH FRIENDSHIP IN ABOUT 10 TO 12 HOURS.
LIVESTOCK AND PROPERTY SHOULD BE MOVED OUT OF THE FLOODPLAIN.
FLOODED ROADWAYS SHOULD BE AVOIDED.


* LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO AREAS
ALONG THE OUACHITA RIVER NEAR OAK GROVE...MIDWAY...FRIENDSHIP AND
JONES MILL.
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
1140 AM CDT MON SEP 26 2016

...RECORD WETTEST YEAR AT LA CROSSE WISCONSIN...NWS LA CROSSE
WEATHER OFFICE CLOSING IN ON ITS WETTEST YEAR...

WITH 0.67 INCH OF RAIN AT LA CROSSE FROM 6 AM ON THE 25TH TO 6 AM
ON THE 26TH...THE PRECIPITATION TOTAL FOR 2016 NOW STANDS AT 44.76
INCHES. THIS MAKES 2016 THE WETTEST YEAR OF RECORD AT LA CROSSE
WISCONSIN. THE PREVIOUS WETTEST YEAR OF RECORD WAS 44.74 INCHES IN
1881. ANNUAL PRECIPITATION RECORDS AT LA CROSSE START IN 1873.

AFTER THE RAINS THROUGH 6 AM ON DECEMBER 26TH...THE 2016
PRECIPITATION TOTAL AT THE LA CROSSE NWS OFFICE STANDS AT 49.04
INCHES. ODDLY ENOUGH...THIS IS NOT A RECORD ANNUAL TOTAL AT THE LA
CROSSE WEATHER OFFICE AND RECORDS ONLY GO BACK TO 2000. THE WETTEST
YEAR AT THE WEATHER OFFICE IS 2007 WITH A TOTAL OF 49.53 INCHES.

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COMUNICADO SOBRE INFORMACION PUBLICA
SERVICIO NACIONAL DE METEOROLOGIA SAN JUAN PR
200 AM AST SABADO 1 DE JUNIO DE 2015

...COMIENZA LA TEMPORADA DE HURACANES...

HOY ES EL PRIMER DIA DE LA TEMPORADA DE HURACANES DEL ATLANTICO QUE
CONTINUA HASTA EL 30 DE NOVIEMBRE. LOS PROMEDIOS A LARGO-PLAZO PARA
EL NUMERO DE TORMENTAS NOMBRADAS...HURACANES Y HURACANES MAYORES
SOBRE 12...6 Y 3...RESPECTIVAMENTE.

LA LISTA DE LOS NOMBRES PARA EL 2015 ES LA SIGUIENTE:

ANAHENRIODETTE
BILLIDAPETER
CLAUDETTEJOAQUINROSE
DANNYKATESAM
ERIKALARRYTERESA
FREDMINDYVICTOR
GRACENICHOLASWANDA

PARA LA TEMPORADA DE HURACANES...QUE SE EXTIENDE OFICIALMENTE DESDE
EL 1 DE JUNIO HASTA EL 30 DE NOVIEMBRE...NOAA PREDICE UN 70 POR
CIENTO DE 6 A 11 TORMENTAS NOMBRADAS...VIENTOS DE 39 MPH O MAS...DE
LOS CUALES DE 3 A 6 PUDIERAN CONVERTIRSE EN HURACANES...VIENTOS DE
74 MPH O MAS...INCLUYENDO DE CERO A 2 HURACANES MAYORES...DE
CATEGORIAS 3...4 O 5 EN LA ESCALA DE VIENTOS DE HURACAN SAFFIR-
SIMPSON...CUYOS VIENTOS CORRESPONDEN A 111 MPH O MAS. AUNQUE SE
PRONOSTICA UNA TEMPORADA BAJO LO NORMAL...70 POR CIENTO...EXISTE
ADEMAS UN 20 POR CIENTO DE PROBABILIDAD DE QUE SEA UNA TEMPORADA
CERCA DE LO NORMAL...Y UN 10 POR CIENTO DE QUE SEA SOBRE LO NORMAL.

INDEPENDIENTEMENTE DEL PRONOSTICO DE LA TEMPORADA DE HURACANES
2015...LOS RESIDENTES DE PUERTO RICO Y LAS ISLAS VIRGENES AMERICANAS
DEBEN RECORDAR QUE SOLO UNA TORMENTA TROPICAL PUEDE CAUSAR UN
DESASTRE. ADEMAS...DEBEN RECORDAR QUE LA LLUVIA FUERTE Y LAS
INUNDACIONES REPENTINAS NO ESTAN DIRECTAMENTE RELACIONADAS A LA
INTENSIDAD DE UN CICLON TROPICAL. ALGUNAS CANTIDADES MAYORES DE
LLUVIA OCURREN CON TORMENTAS MAS DEBILES QUE SE MUEVEN LENTAMENTE O
PERSISTEN SOBRE UN AREA.

TIPICAMENTE...DURANTE LOS MESES DE JUNIO Y JULIO EN EL NORESTE DEL
CARIBE SE EXPERIMENTA ACTIVIDAD MINIMA DE CICLONES TROPICALES...
NUESTRA AREA SIENDO MAS VULNERABLE A CICLONES TROPICALES DURANTE EL
PERIODO DEL 20 DE AGOSTO HASTA EL 15 DE SEPTIEMBRE...CUANDO LA
MAYORIA DE LAS TORMENTAS SE ORIGINA EN EL AREA CERCA DE LAS ISLAS DE
CABO VERDE. ESTE ES EL MOMENTO PARA REVISAR SUS PLANES EN CASO DE
HURACAN.

INFORMACION ADICIONAL SOBRE CONSEJOS PARA LA PREPARACION EN CASO DE
HURACANES Y HURACANES EN GENERAL ESTA DISPONIBLE EN VARIAS PAGINAS Y
RECURSOS EN INTERNET:

AGENCIA PARA EL MANEJO DE EMERGENCIA DE PUERTO RICO...PAGINA EN
ESPANOL:

(TODAS LAS PAGINAS DEBEN SER ESCRITAS EN LETRAS MINUSCULAS)

HTTP://WWW2.PR.GOV/AGENCIAS/AEMEAD

AGENCIA FEDERAL PARA EL MANEJO DE EMREGENCIAS:

HTTP://FEMA.GOV
HTTP://WWW.READY.GOV/

PAGINA PRINCIPAL DEL CENTRO NACIONAL DE HURACANES:

HTTP://WWW.NHC.NOAA.GOV/PREPARE/

PAGINA PRINCIPAL DE LA CRUZ ROJA AMERICANA:

HTTP://REDCROSS.ORG


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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service XXXXXXXXXXX XX
XXXX PM XDT XXX Jul 15 2016

To:        Subscribers:
           -Family of Services
           -NOAA Weather Wire Service
           -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
           -NOAAPort
           Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

From:      Eli Jacks
           Chief, Forecast Services Division

Subject:   National Tropical Cyclone Watch Warning Product (TCV)
     Product Collaboration Tests

The NWSs National Hurricane Center (NHC), along with 31 NWS Weather
Forecast Offices (WFO) in Southern Region, and 11 NWS WFOs in Eastern
Region, will commence with internal software and hardware testing of
the new national TCV product collaboration process on Monday, July
18th
and continue daily through Thursday, July 21st, 2016.

Internal testing will begin at approximately 1400 GMT and terminate
at
1800 GMT daily during scheduled test days. In the event of inclement
weather, a backup date for a portion of the test has been reserved
for
July 22nd, 2016.

Internal TCV test products are not intended to be released externally
through NWS dissemination and communication systems.

NHC and WFO internal software and hardware testing will continue
periodically during the remainder of 2016 in developmental support of
the new national TCV product, projected for operational
implementation
in 2017. The new national TCV product will contain a summary of
NHC/WFO collaborated Wind and/or Storm Surge Watches and Warnings,
depicted by
geographic zones and communication points.

NWS WFOs participating in the national TCV product collaboration
tests
are listed below by NWS Region:

NWS  Southern Region

Albuquerque, NM (ABQ)
Amarillo, TX (AMA)
Atlanta, GA (FFC)
Austin-San Antonio, TX (EWX)
Birmingham, AL (BMX)
Brownsville, TX (BRO)
Corpus Christi, TX (CRP)
El Paso, TX (EPZ)
Fort Worth, TX (FWD)
Houston, TX (HGX)
Huntsville, AL (HUN)
Jackson, MS (JAN)
Jacksonville, FL (JAX)
Key West, FL (KEY)
Lake Charles, LA (LCH)
Little Rock, AR (LZK)
Lubbock, TX (LUB)
Melbourne, FL (MLB)
Memphis, TN (MEG)
Miami, FL (MFL)
Midland, TX (MAF)
Mobile, AL (MOB)
Morristown, TN (MRX)
Nashville, TN (OHX)
New Orleans, LA (LIX)
Oklahoma City, OK (OUN)
San Angelo, TX (SJT)
Shreveport, LA (SHV)
Tallahassee, FL (TAE)
Tampa Bay Area, FL (TBW)
Tulsa, OK (TSA)

NWS  Eastern Region

Albany, NW (ALY)
Boston, MA (BOX)
Caribou, ME (CAR)
Charleston, SC (CHS)
Gray/Portland, ME (GYX)
Mount Holly, NJ (PHI)
Newport/Morehead City, NC (MHX)
New York, NY (OKX)
Sterling, VA (LWX)
Wakefield, VA (AKQ)
Wilmington, NC (ILM)

For more information, please contact:

  XXXXX XXXXXXX (Name)
  XXXXXXXXX (Title)
  National Weather Service Office
  XXXXXX, XX  XXXXX  (City, State ID, Zip Code)
  XXXXX.XXXXXXX@noaa.gov
     XXX-XXX-XXXX (Phone)

National Service Change Notices are online at:

  http://www.weather.gov/os/notif.htm

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