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Excessive Heat for the Central and Eastern U.S.; Severe Weather from the Plain into the Great Lakes

Excessive heat will affect the center and eastern portions of our country today with numerous record highs are expected. The combination of heat and humidity, along and ahead of cold front, will focus showers and thunderstorms. Storms could be severe from the western High Plains, Midwest into the Great Lakes region; Locally heavy rainfall may result in isolated instances of flash flooding. Read More >

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ZSE AREA OPERATION PLANNING WORKSHEET                 OS/CIC:   
     
Icing Turb IFR
Jet Stream Map Pacific Northwest Surface Map  
TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT/MILITARY

PEAK TRAFFIC TIMES:

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES:

RWY / ARRIVAL RATES:

SEA:          /                BFI:          /                PDX:          /               

CFR:
METERING:
ROUTES:
GDP:
MIT:
MILITARY OPERATIONS:
EQUIPMENT OUTAGES:
 





BRIEFING TIMES/LOCATION:






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SHIFT EMPLOYEES:
ENTER INITIALS & CHECK FOR TEAM & PRE-DUTY WX
PA, TTM, CSC, SET, OSA:






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AREA:DATE:      ZSE PIREP REQUIREMENTS
  CIG/VIS HI TURB LO TURB ICING TSTMS COMMENTS INITIALS
Hour Of ARE PIREPS IN ERIDS?
Y or N
ARE PIREPS IN ERIDS?
Y or N
ARE PIREPS IN ERIDS?
Y or N
ARE PIREPS IN ERIDS?
Y or N
DEPICTED PRECIP IN THE AREA
Y or N
ARE PIREPS IN ERIDS?
Y or N
COMMENT IF NO PIREPS WERE OBTAINED WHEN REQUIRED OR REQUESTED OS/CIC INITIALS
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OM
USE
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WX DISSEMINATION SPOT CHECK - LOCAL TIME (3 PER SHIFT) ADDITIONAL WX RELATED SHIFT INFO:
  1 2 3
MORNING SHIFT
AFTERNOON SHIFT
     
     
SUBMIT TO OM AT END OF DAY AND SWING SHIFTSREVISED 06/21/23

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Please note that the G-AIRMET +hour below is from the forecast issuance time, and not from the current time. It also will default to the "current" time if the +hour is before the current time.
Icing: Turbulence: IFR: