Text and Graphical Outlooks from National and Regional Centers
Text Products issued by NWS WFOs
Interactive WWA Hazards Map and Situational Awareness Tools
Outlooks and Graphics issued by SPC
Outlooks and Graphics issued by NHC
Winter Precip. Analysis and Outlook graphics issued by NOHRSC and WPC
Fire and Drought
Graphics and Outlooks issued by SPC and USDM-UNL
Analysis and Forecast
Outlooks and Graphics issued by WPC
Outlooks and Graphics issued by CPC
Rainfall and Flooding products issued by WPC and regional centers
Various discussions and administrative messaging
A Brief Introduction...
This page contains a variety of text and graphical products issued by several National and Regional data and forecast centers. We have cataloged these products into a set of situational categories along with a section dedicated entirely to products issued by National Weather Service Weather Forecasting Offices (NWS WFO). Our attempt is to organize these products in a manor that facilitates quick access to relevant material based on a given phenomena to be evaluated.
Currently in this experimental phase of development, we are still evaluating our categorization of these products, exploring possibilities for expansion to include new categories, and continually revamping our interface to optimize performance and ease of access.
NEXLAB Site and Data Alert Message
To all that use our experimental Hazards and NWSWFO pages which feature a dynamically updating Watch/Warning/Advisory (WWA) map; this map is currently experiencing significant impairment due to an issue with api.weather.gov resulting and large swaths of missing alerts from several WFOs. NCO/NWS are aware of this and are attempting to resolve the issue. However we have no expectation that this will come to a resolution in a timely matter to support the impactful weather.
For further information, check the following twitter accounts for periodic updates on product generation status and website improvements; @CoDWXData and @CODMeteorology. Your feedback is always appreciated, so feel free to respond to tweets or send us an email using our Feedback page.