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Advanced Severe Weather Section
  • Government Summaries
  • Forecast Model Information
  • Severe Weather Predictors Premium provides a host of advanced products to help meteorologists and weather enthusiasts interpret and predict severe weather. Besides the great content already in the Severe Weather Section, Premium provides...
  • National Flood Summary
  • Current Mesoscale Discussion
  • U.S. Radar DIFAX w/Movement, Type, Heights & Watches
  • National Excessive Rainfall Outlook
  • Government Severe Weather Potential Text & Graphics
  • 0-48 Hour NGM Lifted Index Maps
  • Current K Index
  • Current Total Totals
  • Current Lifted Index
  • 0-48 Hour ETA Lifted Index Maps
  • RUC Convective Precip Maps
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