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OFCM

Office of the Federal Coordinator for
Meteorological Services and Supporting Research

 
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Over a Half-Century of Multi-Agency Collaboration

Latest News

sworm.gov website launched

September 20, 2017

On Tuesday, Sep 19, 2017, the NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center and OFCM launched the new Space Weather Operations, Research, and Mitigation website SWORM.GOV. The website provides access to the public to Federal activities supporting the Executive Office of the President National Science and Technology Council SWORM Subcommittee as well as other activities and events relevant to the National Space Weather Enterprise. SWORM.GOV was approved by the SWORM Subcommittee, funded by NOAA, and maintained by OFCM.

Click here for sworm.gov

TCORF Registration is Open!

December 6, 2017

Register now for the Tropical Cyclone Operations and Research Forum/72nd Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference! The 2018 meeting is cosponsored by Florida International University's Department of Earth and Environment, and will take place March 13-15. Click the link below for more information and the link to the registration site.

TCORF Website

Updated FMH 1 Published

November 30, 2017

Today, OFCM published an updated version of Federal Meteorology Handbook No. 1: Surface Weather Observations and Reports. This full update replaces the 2005 version, with reference updates, changes in aspects of observer certification and weather station management, new requirements on reporting small hail, snow pellets, and ice accretion. Clarifications are also provided on reporting present weather. Please click the link below to access FMH

Click here for FMH 1

OFCM's mission is to promote the effective use of Federal meteorological resources by facilitating the coordination of operational weather requirements, services, and supporting research among Federal agencies.