Change in weather parameters (temperature, dewpoint, surface pressure, etc) over the last 1/3/6/24 hours. Data is provided from the Real-Time Mesoscale Analysis (RTMA) or the Rapid Refresh (RAP).
Plots of GEFS probabilistic forecast of precipitation, temperature, and sea-level pressure exceeding various thresholds.
Custom plots of Local Storm Reports across the Contiguous United States. Reports include rain, snow, ice, and severe weather, as well as other significant information from storm spotters.
Displays the climatological significance of precipitation forecast by WPC. The climatological significance is represented by Average Recurrence Intervals (ARIs) of precipitation estimates from the NOAA Atlas-14, NOAA-40, and Atlas2.
An interactive situational awareness table that displays anomalies, percentiles, and return intervals from the GEFS, NAEFS, and ECMWF Ensembles (login required to view ECMWF data).
*Please note that there is currently an issue where only users on a NOAA network can access this page. We are actively working to resolve this problem.
Interactive display of where temperatures could approach or exceed records within the contiguous U.S. (based on NDFD temperature forecasts)
Displays Days 1-7 NDFD maximum and minimum temperatures, along with their respective departures from climatology.
An interactive tool that depicts areas of heavy snowfall from individual members of high-resolution short range ensemble forecasts.
Analog guidance that uses an objective approach to find historical events that are similar to the upcoming forecast.
Nationally consistent and skillful suite of calibrated forecast guidance based on a blend of both NWS and non-NWS numerical weather prediction model data and post-processed model guidance.
A portal for atmospheric river forecasts and diagnostics from the GEFS.
An interactive display of time series plots from GEFS ensemble members at a point.
A variety of useful tools generated at The Storm Prediction Center (SPC).
Output from the ECMWF 'Ensemble Prediction System' (ENS) for four parameters: mean sea level pressure, 850 hPa temperature, 850 hPa wind speed, and 500 hPa geopotential height.