National Weather Service

  1. the federal agency in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that is responsible for weather forecast and preparation of weather maps
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  • These problems are sufficiently serious that the US National Weather Service adjusts satellite data every week to match radiosondes, in effect relying upon radiosondes as a reference instrument.
  • If there are weak spots, they will be shown very soon, National Weather Service hydrologist Dave Pearson said. Missouri River floodwater reaches Iowa town levee
  • Humidity should decrease, too, as drier air moves into the Southwest, the National Weather Service said.
  • In eastern Pennsylvania, a tornado that touched down Thursday in Schuylkill County was the second twister to hit the area this week, the National Weather Service said. Severe storms wreak havoc from Vermont to Georgia
  • The Engadine is certainly one of the sunnier parts of Switzerland because the valley is practically protected by its neighboring peaks," said Stephan Bader, a spokesman for Meteo Suisse, Switzerland's national weather service. Switzerland's Rugged Alpine Gem
  • And in Africa, "The easterly winds that are supposed to bring moisture into East Africa were reduced," says meteorologist Wassila Thiaw, head of the Africa desk at the U.S. National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center. Experts: La Niña, Climate Change Impact East African Drought
  • And this polygon, which is a new way that we indicate severe weather warnings out of the National Weather Service, kind of zooms it in and narrows it down just a little bit. CNN Transcript Mar 26, 2007
  • Michael Musher, a National Weather Service meteorologist, said light snow in the Midwest and light rain elsewhere around the country could cause only minor problems.
  • The National Weather Service says, the river should crest 4 feet above flood stage.
  • And with the National Weather Service forecasting more severe weather from Texas to the Great Lakes through today, the calls aren't likely to abate. Tornadoes prompt run of phone calls to storm shelter companies
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