Spot Forecast Request

NOTICE
 - This interface is intended to be used solely for the relay of forecast information to the National Weather Service. Submissions sent through this  online form are intended for internal agency use. We are required (by e-Gov Act of 2002) to explicitly state that submission of any information is voluntary.  For further information please read our Privacy Policy and Disclaimer.  False statements on this form may be subject to prosecution under the False Statement Accountability Act of  1996 (18 U.S.C. § 1001) or other statutes.
Step 1: Establish incident location using A or B below.
A. Set request location using nearest street address.

  
- OR -
B. Set request location using latitude & longitude, USNG, or drag the map pointer to spot location below.
Note 1: If the map below does not appear you may enter your decimal Lat/Lon below.
Note 2: To start over click the Reload button on your Web Browser.
Note 3: Latitude, Longitude information should be entered in WGS84/NAD83 coordinates in order to ensure accurate forecast locations.

West Longitudes Are Negative
Example: 25.6319,-80.2025

 

Valid for points between 84N and 80S Latitude
Require 13 character grid - 10 meter precision
Example: 18SUJ23480647
 

Can accept decimal minutes as an input
Example: 25 deg 19 min 23 sec W
deg min sec
deg min sec

Latitude & Longitude value used to determine elevation.
If elevation data is in error, changes can be made
on the second page of this spot request.

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Step 2: Select the incident type for the request.
Set Incident Type
Fire
        

Hazardous Materials
        

Search and Rescue
        




Step 3: Proceed to detailed incident request form.
After setting your location and incident type above, click on the
'Generate A Spot Request'
button below to proceed to the SPOT request form.




Spot Forecast Request

NOTICE
 - This interface is intended to be used solely for the relay of forecast information to the National Weather Service. Submissions sent through this  online form are intended for internal agency use. We are required (by e-Gov Act of 2002) to explicitly state that submission of any information is voluntary.  For further information please read our Privacy Policy and Disclaimer.  False statements on this form may be subject to prosecution under the False Statement Accountability Act of  1996 (18 U.S.C. § 1001) or other statutes.

 


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