He led a NOAA-wide team of researchers and developers to chart a roadmap for the ambitious system, which is on track for completion within the next year at 122 National Weather Service
weather forecast offices and nine national centers.
Highlands, Project Coordinator at Alden recently joined National Weather Service
dignitaries in Twin Lakes, OK, to witness the commissioning of the first in this nationwide series of Doppler Weather Radars.
SonicWALL's TZ 170s will enable the National Weather Service
to securely transmit real-time weather information from the field back to headquarters.
population, including residents from Puerto Rico to Guam, can hear the broadcasts, says Jack Kelly, director of the National Weather Service
For example, when the National Weather Service
implemented a new automated observation system in the early 1990s, all stations received new instruments.
The live, local weather conditions are delivered to millions of consumers via the Internet and mobile devices, more than 100 state and local government agencies, including the National Weather Service
, and to broadcast television stations, schools, and businesses.
The National Weather Service
will not close its Oxnard fire weather desk until there's a soaking rain of 4 to 5 inches.
StormReady encourages communities to take a new, proactive approach to improving local hazardous weather operations and public awareness," said Bruce Budd, meteorologist-in-charge at the National Weather Service
Weather Forecast Office in State College, Pa.
We're delighted to be supporting this vital component of the National Weather Service
The center, which coordinates wildland firefighting operations, is home to personnel from seven federal agencies, including the Bureau of Land Management, the National Park Service, and the National Weather Service
Weather Predict announced today it has reached agreement with the National Weather Service
to make available hurricane forecasts from the patented "Super Ensemble(TM)" weather forecasting technology to the National Hurricane Center for the 2006 hurricane season.
Record-breaking low temperatures are possible for Sunday in downtown Los Angeles,'' said Bill Hoffer at the National Weather Service