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Heavy Snow from the Wasatch to the Upper Midwest

A strong weather system will bring heavy snow, gusty winds, and difficult travel conditions to a broad area from the Great Basin to the Upper Midwest. Farther south, strong winds and dry conditions is increasing the wildfire threat. Unusual warmth from the Ohio Valley to the Mid-Atlantic continues. The approaching cold front brings a threat of severe weather to the Ohio Valley later in the week. Read More >

As of April 1, 2015, National Weather Service Headquarters is operating in a new organizational structure, depicted below. The reorganization of our headquarters allows the agency to be best positioned to fulfill its critically-important mission for NOAA and the nation, and to support the NWS field offices in providing environmental intelligence and associated services necessary to build a Weather-Ready Nation. Please explore the new organization by clicking on the org chart. To access the previous NWS HQ office webpages, please click HERE.
 

NWS Organizational Structure

Office of Planning & Programming for Service Delivery Office of Facilities Office of Observations Office of Central Processing Office of Dissemination Office of Science and Technology Integration Office of International Affairs Office of the Chief Financial Officer/Chief Administrative Officer Regional Headquarters National Water Center Office of the Chief of Staff Office of Chief Learning Officer Office of the NOAA Assistant Administrator for Weather Services (NWS Director) Enterprise Risk Management and Internal Audit Office Office of the Assistant Chief Information Officer Office of Chief Operating Officer Office of Organizational Excellence Analyze, Forecast, and Support Office National Centers for Environmental Prediction