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The ice storm and flood of January 1998

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    Service assessment, the ice storm and flood of January 1998
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    "The primary purpose of this Service Assessment is to document the National Weather Service's (NWS's) performance in fulfilling its mission of providing accurate forecasts and timely warnings prior to, during and after The Ice Storm and Flood of Janyary 1998. The extent and magnitude of this storm is unprecedented in New England history. The NWS's products and services, used by emergency manageers, media, and others, are key to public safety during such an extreme event. The Service Assessment Team collected data and information from affected NWS offices. The Team also surveyed a wide range of NWS users to determine their level of satisfaction and the utility of NWS products and services"--Preface
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    "June 1998." Appendix B is a group of office summaries of the Northeast River Forecast Center, and the NWSFOs at Albany and Buffalo, New York; Burlington, Vermont; Gray (Portland), Maine; and Taunton (Boston), Massachusetts. Also available online in PDF via the National Weather Service's web site and via the NOAA Central Library.
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