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Ice Storm Across the South; Arctic Air for the Northeast

Significant ice and sleet accumulations will continue to have impacts across portions of the South and Southeast through Thursday. For locations across the Deep South and Southeast, the threat of heavy rainfall increases as the storm tracks across the region. Meanwhile, the arctic boundary will track south and east with bitterly cold temperatures from the Plains to the Northeast by this weekend. Read More >

Notices

The NWS Telecommunication Operations Center (TOC) is responsible for implementing changes to products communicated to and from the NWS Telecommunications Gateway (NWSTG). This may include changes in product identification, availability, and/or routing. Change notices are provided on the NWSTG system via the NOxx series of products. Other notices concerning Data Management issues are also included here.


Recent and Upcoming Notices

Notice Date/Time
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Notice Description

 

 
2023/01/04 1800Z DM12-22.02 REPLACEMENT OF GOES-17 DERIVED MOTION WIND BUFR DATA WITH GOES-18 DERIVED MOTION WIND BUFR DATA
2023/04/19 1500Z DM12-22.01 Snow Telemetry (SNOTEL) BUFR DATA
2022/10/27 Effective Immediately DM10-22.01 Updated e-Mail for Data Management
2022/11/10 DM10-22.01 ANTARCTIC AUTOMATED WEATHER STATION BUFR DATA
2022/02/22 Effective Immediately DM 01.22-01 Consolidation of Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunications Network /AFTN/ Addresses Assigned to the National Weather Service Telecommunications Gateway on February 22, 2022
2022/01/13 15Z DM 01.22-02 Delay of MET information transmission from JMA via AFTN
2021/11/01 12Z DM 11.21-01 ANTARCTIC AUTOMATED WEATHER STATION BUFR DATA
2021/03/01 DM 03.21-01 CHANGE NOTICE NO 17433 – REV 2.
2020/10/06 DM 01.22-03 CHANGE NOTICE NO 17189 Rev 2 WMO Headings for National Blend of Models Products
2020/08/TBD DM04-20.02 Removal of Products from the Global Ensemble Forecast System (GEFS).