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Ian Forecast to be a Major Hurricane Entering the Gulf of Mexico; Threats to Florida

There is a risk that Ian will bring dangerous storm surge, hurricane-force winds, and heavy rainfall along the west coast of Florida and the Florida Panhandle by the middle of this week. Flash and urban flooding is possible with rainfall across the Florida Keys and the Florida peninsula through the middle of the week. Residents in Florida should ensure they have their hurricane plan in place. Read More >

Mission and Vision Statements

 

 

Mission Statement

 

The Northeast River Forecast Center produces timely and accurate water forecasts and information to support the NWS, customers, and partners, using the best scientific principles to integrate and model water, weather, and climate information.  The Northeast River Forecast Center works with its partners to develop and  implement improved procedures to enhance forecast services.

 

 

Vision Statement: " Keeping a Watch Over Our Nation's Waterways "

 

A recognized Center of Hydrologic Expertise working with our partners and customers to: 
 - Minimize loss of life and property damage from flooding 
 - Meet the water service needs of our Nation

 

 

The Northeast River Forecast Center's mailing address is : 


National Weather Service
Northeast River Forecast Center
46 Commerce Way
Norton MA 02766
Phone number : (508) 622-3300

 

 

NERFC Staff E-mail Addresses
 
Staff Member Title
Jason Elliott Hydrologist-in-Charge (Acting)
Jason Elliott Service Coordination Hydrologist
Alison Macneil Development & Operations Hydrologist
Norm Bingham-Maas Senior Hydrologist
Jeane Wallace Senior Hydrologist
Bill Saunders Senior Hydrologist
Erick Boehmler Senior Hydrologist
Ronald Horwood Senior Hydrometeorologist
Andrew Goenner Hydrologist
Abe Farley Hydrologist
Jeff Ouellet Hydrologist
Neal Strauss Hydrometeorologist
Kyle Larkin Hydrometeorologist
Christine Griffith Administrative Support Assistant
NERFC Web Master Webmaster