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NM EPHT Environmental Conditions: Warnings and Hazards

NOAA NWS Warnings and Hazards Forecast: Current Maps

NOAA NWS Southern Rockies (New Mexico and Arizona) Warnings and Hazards Forecast: Current

The Hazards watch, warning, and advisory legend is across the top of the map. Or, see the legend below the U.S. map.

Current NOAA NWS NM and AZ Hazards Forecast Map

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NOAA NWS U.S. Warnings and Hazards Forecast: Current

The color-coded key for mapped Hazards and Warnings is below the map.

Current NOAA NWS U.S. Hazards and Warnings Forecast Map Current Hazards and Warnings Key

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NOAA NWS Warnings and Hazards Forecast Data

These Warnings and Hazards Forecast maps are from http://www.weather.gov/forecasts/graphical/sectors/conus.php, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Weather Service (NWS) Graphical Forecasts Web site. Maps show today's forecast for watches, warnings, and advisories. This is an experimental product of the National Digital Forecast Database, produced by NOAA's National Weather Service. Public comments and suggestions are encouraged.

Hazards Forecast: A weather or hydrologic hazardous event issued for the protection of life and property and the enhancement of the national economy. The hazards grid includes long duration coastal, marine, non-precipitation, tropical, convective, winter weather and some hydrological hazards. It does not include some short duration watches and warnings such as Tornado, Severe Thunderstorm, Flash Flood, Gale, and Special Marine Warnings. See the latest Hazards Product Description Document at http://www.weather.gov/ndfd/pdd.htm for the latest listing of included hazards and definitions.

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