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Weather and Climate Resources

 Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service

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The National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) delivers science-based environmental predictions. It produces reliable, timely, and accurate analyses, guidance, forecasts and warnings for the protection of lives and property and the enhancement of the national economy. NCEP is comprised of nine distinct centers including the Aviation Weather CenterClimate Prediction CenterNational Hurricane CenterStorm Prediction CenterSpace Weather Prediction CenterWeather Prediction CenterOcean Prediction CenterEnvironmental Modeling Center, and NCEP Central Operations. NCEP is the starting point for nearly all weather forecasts in the United States. 

 

Water Resources Data System

WRDS serves as the Wyoming State Climate Office (SCO) and, as such, we provide a variety of services ranging from the development of enhanced drought-monitoring products to the online dissemination of water resources publications.

 

UPDATE AS OF TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH, 2024:

A color-coded map showing Snow Water Equivalent Percent of Median (1991-2020) as of 28 Feb 2024.

 

LARAMIE'S MONTHLY SNOWPACK REPORT :

A detailed snowpack report chart from USDA for various drainage areas with snow depth and water content data.

 

 

A logo with a flame inside a triangle and the initials "NICC" for the National Interagency Coordination Center.

National Interagency Coordination Center

 Located in Boise, Idaho, the National Interagency Coordination Center (NICC) serves as the focal point for coordinating the mobilization of resources to wildland fires and other incidents throughout the United States. The NICC also provides Predictive Services related products designed to be used by the internal wildland fire community for critical decision-making surrounding incident management and resource allocation.

 

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