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Verification
Heavy Prcp. Climo
Hazards Briefing Sequence 
  1. Satellite/Radar
    1. IR Anim: Global, North America
    2. US Radar
  2. Climate Monitoring
    1. Global Hazards Briefing
    2. TAO Array Data
    3. SST Anim: Glbl, Pac, Atl/E Pac
    4. 7d SST: Pac, Atl/E Pac
    5. EQPAC T-Depth Anim: Wk
    6. Obs P: 1/7d, 30d, 90d
    7. ENSO Bull: Text, Fig 1, Fig 2
    8. Z Loops: NH, Globe
    9. ESRL OLR Anom
    10. Cities Temp
    11. Cities Precip
  3. Forecasts
    1. SPC
    2. SPC Day 4-8
    3. Probability of Hazardous Precipitation
    4. NCEP Model Analysis and Forecasts
    5. NCEP Ensembles
    6. Canadian Ensembles
    7. University of Quebec
    8. NCEP Global Modeling Branch
    9. Penn State E-Wall
    10. Model Comparisons
    11. ESRL Map Room
    12. GFS Tropical Strip Fcsts and Obs
    13. CPC D+8 and Week 2 Forecasts
    14. Long Range: Mon, Seas
    15. Medium Range: 6-10 Day, 8-14 Day
    16. Ensemble Spaghetti Charts
    17. HPC 3-7 Day Main Page
    18. 3-5 Day Max Temp Fcst
    19. 3-5 Day Min Temp Fcst
    20. 3-5 Day Prcp Prbs
    21. Heat Index
    22. Blocking: Obs & Fcsts
    23. Predictability
    24. Indices
  4. Drought/Wildfire
    1. Active Fires
    2. NIFC
      1. 7-Day CONUS Outlook
      2. 7-Day AK Outlook
      3. Outlooks home page
      4. Observed Conditions
      5. Fuels/Fire Danger
    3. US Drought Monitor
    4. Palmer Drought Severity
    5. Keetch-Byram Drought Index
      1. Florida
      2. Texas
      3. Oklahoma
    6. Soil Moisture: Anom, Percentile
    7. Fire Danger Class
    8. SPC Fire Wx Fcst
    9. Fuels: 10 Hour, 1000 Hour
  5. Flood:
    1. Flash Flood Guidance
    2. Rivers: Stream Flow, AHPS, HPC Flood Outlook
  6. Snow:
    1. Rutgers, NOHRSC, NESDIS, NRCS Snotel, NRCS, CDEC
  7. Tropical
    1. TPC
    2. Subtropical Vertical Wind Shear (Hurricane Season Only)
    3. CPC MJO Page
    4. MJO: 200mb Vel Pot
    5. Pacific Region and Links
    6. San Juan WFO and Carribean Links



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