|About USA Weather|
USA Weather is a not for profit organization dedicated
to the timely and accurate dissemination of weather information to the
public though our internet web sites, and warning the public of
potentially dangerous weather conditions.
The organization was co-founded in late July of 2003 by
(Storm Chaser) James Covington, KB9ZXY, and (Meteorologist) Don Sell, WB9TYJ.
USA Weather is staffed by volunteers who love weather
and the science of meteorology, and enjoy forecasting. USA Weather is
owned and operated by it's staff.
Our primary operational goal is to open local forecast
offices to eventually cover the entire contiguous 48 US States.
Photo by James Covington
|About the Climate Division|
|The Climatology/Hydrology Division
is part of USA Weather's National Forecast Center, and was formed
in July of 2005.
This division provides and is responsible for forecasts, Short Term
Outlooks, and Public Weather Advisories that relate to fire danger, drought, and flood potential,
for the contiguous 48 US States.
This division is USA Weather's authority on climate, and is
staffed by Forecasters and Nowcasters who specialize in climatology and
Within our email subscription system, Climate Division
products can be subscribed to under the 3 letter code "CHD".This page was generated in 0.0239 seconds.
|An Explanation of Our Forecast Products|
- Daily Outlooks - Our daily outlooks cover day 1 (today), day 2
(tomorrow), and day 3 (day after tomorrow), and are in both graphical
and text format. The graphics show what areas of the contiguous 48 US
States can expect fire danger or flood potential. The text then
details the expected conditions.
- Short Term Outlook - This product is a technical explanation
of situations where significant and/or hazardous severe weather are
expected, within the next few hours. This is in both graphic and
- Public Weather Advisory - This product details significant and/or
hazardous severe weather that is expected within the next few hours,
in a way that the public can easily understand. This is in both
graphic and text formats.
- 5-15 Day Outlooks - This text product details areas that can expect
above or below normal temperatures and precipitation between 5 and 15 days from time
of issuance. This product has two graphics, one for temperatures, and one for