CCF Product Discontinued

ATTENTION USERS OF NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INFORMATION

 

The National Weather Service has discontinued the production and dissemination of the Coded Cities Forecast (CCF).  What is (or was) the CCF?  Take a look below to see.  It was a tabular format forecast for various cities around the area that included temperature and precipitation chance information for the next 7 days.

 

Here is an example of what the CCF looked like.

FPUS43 KTOP 150952
CCFTOP

TOP BU 056/037 069/053 075 99---
BBBEE 053/064 038/059 044/066 050/062 MMM 11211343233
CNK BB 057/039 070/053 076 9910-
BBBBB 044/062 038/057 043/067 048/061 MMM 11111353233
EMP UB 056/039 068/053 077 99-0-
BBBEE 054/066 039/058 045/066 050/060 MMM -1111443244
K68 UU 055/038 068/053 075 99---
BBBBE 054/067 040/058 045/067 051/061 MMM -1111443244
K87 BU 055/035 067/051 073 991--
BBBEE 047/062 036/059 041/064 048/061 MMM 11211253244
LWC UU 056/036 069/052 075 99-0-
BBBBE 054/063 038/058 044/066 052/062 MMM 11211343244
MHK BU 057/036 070/055 078 99-0-
BBBEB 051/063 036/058 043/067 048/062 MMM 11111353244

Here are some alternatives to the CCF that you may find useful (they are difficult to find off of our mainpage so we have provided those links to you below.)

If you routinely used this information in this format there remains another option for you called the tabular state forecast for Kansas

Another option for those of you who found weather forecast information useful in the tabular format is to utilize another source of tabular forecast information accessible off of the NWS website.

Another option is to use something called the Point Forecast Matrices which provide weather information including temperature in a tabular format.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact Warning Coordination Meteorologist Chad Omitt at chad.omitt@noaa.gov



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