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 Surface Analysis 
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Surface Analysis page. Please
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 Short Range Forecasts (Fronts and Precipitation) 
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[Surface Front Symbols/Codes]
[Precipitation Areas/Symbols]
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 12 Hour Forecast (Valid 00 or 12 UTC) :
 18 Hour Forecast (Valid 06 or 18 UTC) :
 24 Hour Forecast (Valid 00 or 12 UTC) :
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 36 Hour Forecast (Valid 00 or 12 UTC) :
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 60 Hour Forecast (Valid 00 or 12 UTC) :
 Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts (QPF)
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our new QPF page. Please update
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 Medium Range Forecasts 
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 Heat Index Forecasts 
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 Depicted below are probability forecasts of the daily maximum, daily minimum, and daily mean
heat index reaching or exceeding a given threshold during the mediumrange period (Days 37).
The three thresholds for the maximum are 95, 100, and 105 degrees F; for the minimum, they are
75, 80, and 85 degrees F; and for the mean, they are 85, 90, and 95 degrees F.
 Maximum Heat Index Forecasts
 Minimum Heat Index Forecasts
 Mean Heat Index Forecasts
 Day 48 Alaskan Forecasts 
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 Significant River Flood Outlook
 National Weather Service Day 310 U.S. Threats page
 24hour precipitation totals (valid 12Z  12Z)
[printable version] *NOTE* new location of these files
For a text file containing precipitation values for each station,
click here, and look for the
files named usadlyprcpyyyymmdd. (You may need to shiftleftclick to download these files)
 NWS FAX Products  (in TIFF format)
 Long Range Products (From the Climate Prediction Center)
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Last Modified February 20, 2017
