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Significant Storm Systems on Both the West and East Coast

Heavy rain along the west coast, especially, in Southern California will bring a threat of mud and debris flows from burn scars. Severe thunderstorms with potential for damaging winds, large hail, and a few tornadoes may occur across the Florida Peninsula and portions of the Southeast. Another Nor'easter will bring snow and gusty winds to the Middle Atlantic and Northeast. Read More >

Many of the National Weather Service data sets are available in formats that are able to be imported directly into Geographic Information Systems (GIS) or your own custom map viewers or web pages.  Data formats include downloadable shapefiles, web services, KML files and geo-referenced images.

As more data is made available in these formats, links to the data will be added to these pages. Click one of the GIS format links above to start exploring the NWS GIS data currently available!

The display below utilizes an ESRI Story Map to show various types of NWS data that are available for public use.  There are many links within the Story Map that can provide you with additional information about how you can use NWS data for yourself.

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