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Rain Continues From Mid-Atlantic to Southern New England Sunday; Ice on the Northern Edge; Northwest to See More Rain and Snow

A storm system will cross the Mid-Atlantic region then shift south of New England through Sunday with widespread rain. On the northern edge, freezing rain and snow will be possible from Upstate New York into interior southern New England. On the West Coast, deep moisture ahead of a cold front will bring rain, high elevation snow, and gusty winds into Sunday. Read More >

2018-2019 Snow Season

New Online Reporting Form

  • There is a new on-line reporting form for sending in winter and severe weather reports. The new address link from our web site has changed, and can be found at https://inws.ncep.noaa.gov/report. Please bookmark this new address. This can also be used from your mobile device. 
  • Please indicate your spotter number on the last entry page (Review and Send). This will help us identify you as an officially trained spotter. 
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  • The new address can still be found under the drop down menu from current hazards from weather.gov/bou. 

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  • All training has been completed for 2018. Please check in early next year for training in 2019 at http://www.weather.gov/bou/spot_training
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  • If you are an existing spotter that was retrained, the spotter database has been updated with your latest information, but no formal letters will be issued.

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  • Thanks for all your continuing support in the Spotter Program. Scott Entrekin