Spot Forecast Request
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*** weather.gov/spot archive status ***

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

If a customer no longer needs forecast for an incident, then
click the Archive link to move the incident and forecasts to the
archive. Archived forecasts are available in the Calendar function
on the website. If you do not see the Archive links for your incidents,
then contact Virgil to get help fixing the issue.

Incidents stay on the monitor page until they are archived. There is no
automated process that does this, so Virgil has been archiving them
nationwide when inactivity is 10 days or more since the website came
online 2 years ago. It is better for local sites to do this task, since
the are in contact with customers and may need to keep inactive incidents
in the system. Default threshold for this message is 5 days. If your
site needs a different threshold, contact Virgil to make the change.

Below is a list of incidents that have been inactive for 6 days
or more.

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

 Incident ID  Date of last issued fcst inactive Incident Name
------------ ------------------------- -------- -------------------------------
   1902992.2    2019-03-16 4:46 AM MDT   7 days Buffalo Creek Piles
   1902991.2    2019-03-16 4:38 AM MDT   7 days Payne


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