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houses under water from flooding: FEMAWater is necessary for sustaining life. Too much or too little water can have tremendous consequences. Thus, water information is critical for the health and safety of all citizens and the economic well being of our nation. As the nation grows, more segments of society become vulnerable to flooding. The National Weather Service is working to expand and improve hydrologic forecast and warning information in order to meet these growing demands.

Prototype of the National Water Model Visualization Services:

Stakeholder Engagement

Integrated Water Resources Science and Service Reports

Customer Satisfaction Survey for the NWS Hydrologic Services Program:

NWS Annual Flood Loss Summary Reports

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