Spot Forecast Request
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BMBB91 KPSR 300200
STQPSR

*** weather.gov/spot archive status ***

Hello, this is a new STQ notification product that will remind you
to Close inactive incidents within your service area on the
http://weather.gov/spot/monitor/?wfo=psr page.

Below is a list of incidents that have been inactive for three days
or more. For each of these incidents, you have three options...

1) If it is a test incident generated by someone in your office,
   then delete the incident. No need to archive test incidents.

2) If the incident is still active and forecasts will be needed for
   the incident in the future, then run the "Copy Info into New
   Request for This Incident" link and generate a new request for
   this incident. Set the Deliver Date/Time to about when the
   customer will need their next forecast. The customer can change
   the Deliver Date/Time at any time.

3) If the incident is no longer active and the customer no longer
   needs forecasts for the incident, then run the Close link

Please consult your Fire Weather Focal Point before taking any of
these actions above. Each office will have its own policy to address
inactive incidents on the new website.

Comments and suggestions on this new product can be sent to
virgil.middendorf@noaa.gov

 Incident ID  Date of last issued fcst inactive Incident Name
------------ ------------------------- -------- -------------------------------
   1707836.0    2017-04-26 7:52 PM MST   3 days CACTUS
   1707811.0   2017-04-26 10:05 AM MST   3 days Cactus Fire
   1707721.0    2017-04-25 3:35 AM MST   4 days ARLINGTON
   1707718.0    2017-04-24 9:54 PM MST   5 days Arlington
   1706685.1   2017-04-12 10:54 AM PDT  17 days 7MW



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