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Public Information Statement: PNS14 Updated
National Weather Service Headquarters Washington DC
1100 AM EST Thu Jan 12 2016

TO: Subscribers:
 -NOAA Weather Wire Service
 -Emergency Managers Weather Information Network
 Other NWS Partners and NWS Employees

FROM: Michelle Hawkins
 Chief, Fire, Public, Severe, and Winter Weather
   Services Branch

SUBJECT: Updated: Soliciting Comments until April 30, 2017,
 on the Expansion of Experimental Probabilistic
 Storm Total Snow Products beginning on or about
 December 7, 2016

Updated to correct links on Product Description Document(PDD).

Effective on or about Wednesday, December 7, 2016, 26
additional WFOs will start producing probabilistic storm total
snow products ahead of anticipated winter storms. These offices
willjoin the 18 offices which issued the products last winter.

The graphical products will be available online starting on or
about Dec 7, 2016, at the following 44 office webpages:

Aberdeen, SD:
Albany, NY:
Atlanta, GA:
Baltimore,MD-Washington, DC:
Binghamton, NY:
Bismarck, ND:
Blacksburg, VA:
Boulder, CO:
Burlington, VT:
Caribou, ME:
Charleston, WV:
Cheyenne, WY:
Chicago, IL:
Des Moines, IA:
Dodge City, KS:
Eastern North Dakota:
Goodland, KS
Gray, ME:
Green Bay, WI
Greenville/Spartanburg, SC
Indianapolis, IN:
Jackson, KY:
Louisville, KY:
Lubbock, TX:
Marquette, MI:
Milwaukee, WI:
Minneapolis, MN:
Mt. Holly, NJ:
New York, NY:
Northern Indiana:
Omaha/Valley NE:
Paducah, KY:
Pittsburgh, PA:
Pueblo, CO:
Raleigh, NC:
Reno, NV:
Sioux Falls, SD:
Springfield, MO:
State College, PA:
Taunton, MA:
Tulsa, OK:
Wakefield, VA:
Wichita, KS:
Wilmington, OH:

The comment period runs from Dec 7, 2016, through April 30,
2017. Please submit comments to:

Graphical and tabular products will show the least, most likely
and largest snow amounts a storm is likely to produce.Examples
of these products can be viewed at:

Narrow ranges between the minimum and maximum snowfall totals
indicate high forecast certainty while large ranges between
minimum and maximum totals indicate low forecast certainty.

If you have questions or feedback, please contact:

National Representative
David Soroka
National Weather Service Headquarters(NWSHQ)
Phone: 301-427-9346

Central Region Representative
Jim Keeney
National Weather Service (NWS) Central Region HQ
Phone: 816-268-3141

Eastern Region Representative:
Rick Watling
National Weather Service (NWS) Eastern Region HQ
Phone: 631-244-0123

Southern Region Representative:
Walt Zaleski
National Weather Service Southern Region HQ
Phone: 817-978-1100 x106

Western Region Representative:
Steve Apfel
National Weather Service Western Region HQ
Phone: 801-524-5137 x260

National Service Change Notices are online at: is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.