Spot Forecast Request
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*** archive status ***

*** Emergency Note *** I am seeing a number of offices Deleting
inactive incidents when they should be Archiving. Incidents with
official forecasts posted against them should be archived. Virgil

Hello, this is a new STQ notification product that will remind you
to Archive inactive incidents within your service area on the page.

Below is a list of incidents that have been inactive for 6 days
or more. For each of these incidents, you have three options...

1) If the incident is no longer active and the customer no longer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

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

3) 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" or the "Request Forecast Update"
   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.

Comments and suggestions on this new product can be sent to

 Incident ID  Date of last issued fcst inactive Incident Name
------------ ------------------------- -------- -------------------------------
   1809769.4    2018-05-17 6:29 AM MDT   6 days American Flyer/ Eagle Lift Replacements is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.