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Calm Before The Storm For Southeast and East; A Brief Respite For West

Another large scale low pressure system will impact the Southeast and East, today through at least Saturday; which could disrupt travel. Hazards include heavy to excessive rain with flood concerns, severe t-storms, and perhaps some snow on the backside of the system. Meanwhile, another series of moist Pacific storms will begin to roll into the West Coast and West later today through the weekend. Read More >

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NWS Eastern Region

Mission Statement

The NWS Eastern Region conducts the technical and service programs and the administrative support functions of the region in accordance with NOAA and National Weather Service policies.  The regional office adjusts plans, policies, and resources affecting these programs.  It manages all operational and scientific meteorological, hydrologic, and oceanographic programs of the region including observing networks, weather services, forecasting, and climatology and hydrology.  The offices conducts programs to review and upgrade the scientific programs and procedures at field offices. It monitors these services and adjusts resources to provide the most effective weather and warning services possible.  Where appropriate, the office provides supporting services to other NOAA components located in the region.