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NWS Soliciting comments through October 30, 2020 for potential changes to Tsunami Advisory text product formats.

Published 2020-10-13

The NWS is collecting comments through October 30, 2020, on proposed changes to its Tsunami Advisory products. This proposal is part of the broader Hazard Simplification effort within NWS.

NWS is Soliciting Comments through October 30, 2020 on a Proposal to Change High Surf Advisory to a Plain Language Statement

Published 2020-09-16

NWS will Enforce Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2 or Higher on Several NWS Websites Effective January 12, 2021

Published 2020-09-14

The Tropical Atlantic is Very Active. Keep Up With the Latest.

Published 2020-09-14

The tropics are active. Keep up with the latest.

Published 2020-08-21

Recent News Headlines

Published 2020-08-07

Latest on Hurricane Isaias and its potential impacts along the east coast

Published 2020-07-31

Change to Name of Sea Ice Advisory Product effective On September 1, 2020

Published 2020-07-15

On September 1, 2020, the NWS Alaska Sea Ice Program (ASIP) will formally rename its Sea Ice Advisory product as the Sea Ice Forecast product.

Soliciting Comments on Proposal to Change Small Craft Advisory to Small Craft Warning through August 31, 2020

Published 2020-07-15

NWS proposes to rename the Small Craft advisory to Small Craft Warning instead of converting it to a plain-language statement as is planned for other NWS Advisories. The NWS regional criteria for issuing Small Craft Warnings would remain the same as it is for Small Craft Advisories.

NWS Proposing Major Changes to Its Watch, Warning and Advisory System

Published 2020-06-11

As the core outcome of the Hazard Simplification (Haz Simp) project, the NWS is collecting comments through August 21, 2020, on the proposed discontinuation of "Advisory," "Special Weather Statement," and "Short Term Forecast" headlines.