U.S. Hazards Outlooks - Maps

Probablistic Hazards Outlook

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Monday through Friday of each week, NOAA's Climate Prediction Center issues an outlook of weather- and climate-related hazards to the United States for the next three to fourteen days. Potential hazards are shown for precipitation (heavy rain or snow), temperature (much-above or much-below normal), and soils (drought), Hazards maps are accompanied by a text summary.

Where do these data come from?

Climate Prediction Center (CPC) meteorologists and oceanographers review climate and weather observations and data along with model results. They assess their meaning, significance, and current status, and likely future climate impacts.