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AHPS Overview

The Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Services (or AHPS for short) is a congressionally funded service improvement program that allows us to incrementally introduce new products and services across the country. The goals of AHPS are to:

  • Produce more accurate products incorporating advanced hydrologic science into our models.

  • Provide more specific and timely information on fast-rising floods with increased lead time.

  • Create easier to use products in new formats, including graphics.

  • Create information useful in assessing risk to flooding including forecast probability.

  • Provide products with forecast horizons for two weeks into the future and beyond.

  • Increase the distribution of products using advanced information technologies (e.g. Internet) therefore, providing broader and more timely access and delivery of information.

  • Expand outreach and engage partners and customers in all aspects of hydrologic product improvement.