EM briefing page

Weather Briefing Page for Emergency Managers




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Click image to open Grand Forks' weather story

The daily weather story is designed to provide a broad overview of expected weather conditions. It is normally updated once or twice each day. This product is not updated during severe convective weather events. During those times, you are urged to consult our severe weather summary page for the most timely information.

Click the "X" in the upper right corner to close this window and return to the EM briefing page.


Click image to open Duluth's weather story

The daily weather story is designed to provide a broad overview of expected weather conditions. It is normally updated once or twice each day. This product is not updated during severe convective weather events. During those times, you are urged to consult our severe weather summary page for the most timely information.

Click the "X" in the upper right corner to close this window and return to the EM briefing page.


Click image to open Aberdeen's weather story

The daily weather story is designed to provide a broad overview of expected weather conditions. It is normally updated once or twice each day. This product is not updated during severe convective weather events. During those times, you are urged to consult our severe weather summary page for the most timely information.

Click the "X" in the upper right corner to close this window and return to the EM briefing page.


Click image to open Sioux Falls' weather story

The daily weather story is designed to provide a broad overview of expected weather conditions. It is normally updated once or twice each day. This product is not updated during severe convective weather events. During those times, you are urged to consult our severe weather summary page for the most timely information.

Click the "X" in the upper right corner to close this window and return to the EM briefing page.


Click image to Chanhassen's weather story

The daily weather story is designed to provide a broad overview of expected weather conditions. It is normally updated once or twice each day. This product is not updated during severe convective weather events. During those times, you are urged to consult our severe weather summary page for the most timely information.

Click the "X" in the upper right corner to close this window and return to the EM briefing page.


Click image to open LaCrosse's weather story

The daily weather story is designed to provide a broad overview of expected weather conditions. It is normally updated once or twice each day. This product is not updated during severe convective weather events. During those times, you are urged to consult our severe weather summary page for the most timely information.

Click the "X" in the upper right corner to close this window and return to the EM briefing page.

 

Today's hazards

Regional Radar - Click for a wider Loop!

Regional Radar

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Click for SPC Day 1 Outlook

Click for SPC Day 2 Outlook

Click for SPC Day 3 Outlook

Click for SPC Days 4-8 Outlook

Click image for HPC Day 1 QPF

Click image for HPC Day 2 QPF

Click image for HPC Day 3 QPF

Click image for HPC Day 4&5 QPF

Click for SPC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook

Click for SPC Day 2 Fire Weather Outlook

Click for SPC Day 3-8 Fire Weather Outlook

Click for SPC Days 3-8 Dry Thunder Fire Weather Outlook

Click image for 6-10 Temperature Outlooks

Click image for 6-10 Precipitation Outlooks

Click image for 8-14 Temperature Outlooks

Click image for 8-14 Precipitation Outlooks

Features

Web page updates automatically every 15 minutes. This page will update itself automatically every 15 minutes, or you can force a refresh at any time by clicking on the gray button in the upper right of the page. Using the browser's refresh button may not work due to caching issues.

Quick access to the multimedia hazardous weather briefing and the daily weather story. Both the multimedia briefing and the weather story can be viewed right on this page! Clicking the appropriate icon will open a box just like this help page. To return to the briefing page, click the "X" in the upper right corner of the dialog box (not the browser).

Display small tabs by hovering over the name. Mouse over the name of a tab (for example, "Day 1 QPF") to view its contents.

Display large tabs by clicking on the name. Click the name of a large tab (for example, "WWA map") to view its contents.

Enlarge an image in the small tabs. Click on an image in the small tabs to make it appear in the larger "image swap" tab.

Use the play/stop icons to start/stop tab scrolling. Please note that the tabs will start to scroll again when the page automatically updates every 5 minutes.

Quick access to certain text products. The HWO, Zone Forecast Product (ZFP), and most recent LSR are displayed in tabs. Mouse over the 3-letter identifier (HWO, ZFP, or LSR) to view the text product.

Common questions

When I first load the web page, it looks strange for a few seconds. What's going on? It's called a "flash of unstyled content", or FOUC. It is completely harmless. It's just an artifact of the computer code that makes the web page work.

The graphics look odd in the "image swap" tab. Lines are jagged or broken, and it's hard to read the text in the lower left corner. What's going on? This is a problem with how Internet Explorer handles image rendering. The graphics look fine in Mozilla Firefox.

I clicked on one of the two pictures below the spotter activation statement, and now I can't click anywhere else on the page. Help! Look for a gray bar with the phrase "Multimedia Hazardous Weather Briefing" or "Daily Weather Story" on the left side of the bar and an "X" on the far right side of the gray bar. Click the "X" to return to the main briefing page.

I'm not an emergency manager. Can I still use this page? Absolutely! Although this page was developed to meet the needs of emergency managers in our county warning area, it is available for everyone to use.

Who should I contact to provide feedback on this web page? Please send your feedback in an email to the DLH webmaster ( ) and ask that it be forwarded to Rose Sengenberger.


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