National Weather Service - Twin Cities, MN -
Experimental Enhanced Hazardous Weather Outlook (EHWO)

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The Experimental Enhanced Hazardous Weather Outlook is a decision support service that supports preparedness and response efforts prior to and during hazardous weather.  This service provides decision makers with convenient access to potential weather hazard information by graphically depicting the risk of weather hazards out through seven days.
Risk Level - Legend
None
Limited
Elevated
Significant
Excessive
Risk - Limited
Risk - Elevated
Risk - Significant
Risk - Excessive
Note: To display hazard maps, click on any of the risk level indicators below.
Risk
Level
Risk
Level
Tornado
Tornado Day 1 Threat
Fog
Fog Risk Day 1
Hail
Hail Day 1 Threat
Non - Thunderstorm Winds
Non-Thunderstorm Wind Risk Day 1
Thunderstorm Wind Gusts
Thunderstorm Wind Gusts Threat Day 1
Excessive Heat
Excessive Heat Risk Day 1
Flooding
Flash Flooding Risk Day 1
Snow and Sleet
Snow and Sleet Risk Day 1
Lightning
Lightning Risk Day 1
Ice Accumulation
Ice Accumulation Risk Day 1
Spotter Outlook
Spotter Outlook Level
Frost and Freeze
Frost and Freeze Risk Day 1
Fire Weather
Fire Weather Risk - Day 1
Excessive Cold
Excessive Cold Risk Day 1
Risk
Level
Severe Thunderstorms
Severe Thunderstorm Risk Day 2
Severe Thunderstorm Risk Day 3
Severe Thunderstorm Risk Day 4
Severe Thunderstorm Risk Day 5
Severe Thunderstorm Risk Day 6
Severe Thunderstorm Risk Day 7
Lightning
Lightning Risk Day 2
Lightning Risk Day 3
Lightning Risk Day 4
Lightning Risk Day 5
Lightning Risk Day 6
Lightning Risk Day 7
Flooding
Flooding Risk Day 2
Flooding Risk Day 3
Flooding Risk Day 4
Flooding Risk Day 5
Flooding Risk Day 6
Flooding Risk Day 7
Fire Weather
Fire Weather Risk - Day 2
Fire Weather Risk - Day 3
Fire Weather Risk - Day 4
Fire Weather Risk - Day 5
Fire Weather Risk - Day 6
Fire Weather Risk - Day 7
Fog
Fog Risk Day 2
Fog Risk Day 3
Fog Risk Day 4
Fog Risk Day 5
Fog Risk Day 6
Fog Risk Day 7
Non - Thunderstorm Winds
Non Thunderstorm Wind Risk Day 2
Non Thunderstorm Winds Risk Day 3
Non Thunderstorm Wind Risk Day 4
Non Thunderstorm Wind Risk Day 5
Non Thunderstorm Wind Risk Day 6
Non Thunderstorm Wind Risk Day 7
Excessive Heat
Excessive Heat Risk Day 2
Excessive Heat Risk Day 3
Excessive Heat Risk Day 4
Excessive Heat Risk Day 5
Excessive Heat Risk Day 6
Excessive Heat Risk Day 7
Snow and Sleet
Snow and Sleet Risk Day 2
Snow and Sleet Risk Day 3
Snow and Sleet Risk Day 4
Snow and Sleet Risk Day 5
Snow and Sleet Risk Day 6
Snow and Sleet Risk Day 7
Ice Accumulation
Ice Accumulation Risk Day 2
Ice Accumulation Risk Day 3
Ice Accumulation Risk Day 4
Ice Accumulation Risk Day 5
Ice Accumulation Risk Day 6
Ice Accumulation Risk Day 7
Frost and Freeze
Frost and Freeze Risk Day 2
Frost and Freeze Risk Day 3
Frost and Freeze Risk Day 4
Frost and Freeze Risk Day 5
Frost and Freeze Risk Day 6
Frost and Freeze Risk Day 7
Excessive Cold
Excessive Cold Risk Day 2
Excessive Cold Risk Day 3
Excessive Cold Risk Day 4
Excessive Cold Risk Day 5
Excessive Cold Risk Day 6
Excessive Cold Risk Day 7
 
National Weather Service - Twin Cities, MN
Hazardous Weather Outlook Text

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FLUS43 KMPX 180915
HWOMPX

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
415 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

MNZ041>045-047>070-073>078-082>085-091>093-WIZ014>016-023>028-
190900-
DOUGLAS-TODD-MORRISON-MILLE LACS-KANABEC-STEVENS-POPE-STEARNS-
BENTON-SHERBURNE-ISANTI-CHISAGO-LAC QUI PARLE-SWIFT-CHIPPEWA-
KANDIYOHI-MEEKER-WRIGHT-HENNEPIN-ANOKA-RAMSEY-WASHINGTON-
YELLOW MEDICINE-RENVILLE-MCLEOD-SIBLEY-CARVER-SCOTT-DAKOTA-
REDWOOD-BROWN-NICOLLET-LE SUEUR-RICE-GOODHUE-WATONWAN-BLUE EARTH-
WASECA-STEELE-MARTIN-FARIBAULT-FREEBORN-POLK-BARRON-RUSK-
ST. CROIX-PIERCE-DUNN-PEPIN-EAU CLAIRE-
415 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF CENTRAL AND
SOUTHERN MINNESOTA... AND WEST CENTRAL WISCONSIN.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.

NO HAZARDOUS WEATHER IS EXPECTED AT THIS TIME.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...FRIDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY.

THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE EARLY FRIDAY MORNING THROUGH MIDDAY
SATURDAY. A FEW STORMS COULD BE STRONG TO SEVERE FRIDAY
EVENING...WITH THE PRIMARY THREATS BEING LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING
WINDS.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SKYWARN SPOTTER ACTIVATION WILL NOT BE NEEDED THROUGH TONIGHT.

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