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HADS -   Hydrometeorological Automated Data System
HAZ - Hazard
HCVIS - High clouds visible
HDFRZ - Hard freeze
HDG - Heading
HDRAIN -   An Hourly Digital Rainfall Product of the WSR-88D.
HDSVLY - Hudson Valley
HDWND - Head wind
HEL - Helicopter
HGT - Height or height above
HI -   High, Hail Index, or Heat Index
HIC -   Hydrologist in Charge or Hydrometeorological Information Center of the Office of Hydrology (OH)
HIER - Higher
HIFOR - High level forecast
HIGH -  High
HJ - Sunrise to sunset
HLF - Half
HLS -   Hurricane Local Statement
HLSTO - Hailstones
HLTP - Hilltop
HLYR - Haze layer aloft
HMD -   Hemispheric Map Discussion
HMT -   Hydrometeorological Technicians
HN - Sunset to sunrise
HND - Hundred
HOD -   The Hydrologist on Duty or Hydrologic Operations Division of the Office of Hydrology (OH).
HOL - Holiday
HP -   High Precipitation
HPA - Hectapascal
HPC -   Hydrometeorological Prediction Center
HPD -   Hourly Precipitation Data
HR - Hour
HRL -   The Hydrological Research Laboratory at the Office of Hydrology (OH).
HRS - Hours
HRZN - Horizon
HSA -   Hydrologic Service Area
HSB -   The Hydrologic Systems Branch in the Office of Hydrology (OH).
HSD -   Heavy Snow Discussion
HSF -   High Seas Forecasts
HTC -   The Hydrometeorological Training Council
HTG - Heating
HURCN - Hurricane
HUREP - Hurricane report
HV - Have
HVY - Heavy
HVYR - Heavier
HVYST - Heaviest
HWO -   Severe Weather Potential Statement
HWVR - However
HWY - Highway
HYR - Higher
Hz -   Hertz (Hz)
HZ - Haze  


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