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OFFICIAL WEATHER 24 HRS OBSERVERS RECORD
FROM: LEVITTOWN,TOA BAJA.P.R OFFICIAL WEATHER STATION FOR NWS.COOPERATIVE OBSERVER PROGRAM.NWS AND NCDC.



OBSERVACION 24 HRS,DE TEMPERATURAS Y PRECIPITACION Y OTROS DE LEVITTOWN ,TOA BAJA P.R, REGION DE BAYAMON PARA COOP PROGRAM DE NOAA Y NWS .SAN JUAN DE P.R


HORA FINAL DE OBSERVACION DE 24 HRS:TODOS LOS DIAS Y REPORTADO AL NCDC VIA WXCORDER : 7:OO AM DIARIO.

LA OBSERVACION DEL TIEMPO DE LEVITTOWN.DE AYER A HOY SON DE 24 HORAS DE OBS. SE LEE A LAS 7:AM TODOS LOS DIAS Y SE ENVIA A NCDC VIA WXCODER EN ESTADOS UNIDOS LUEGO LLEGA AL NWS EN SAN JUAN DE P.R LA ESTACION ESTA UBICADA EN LEVITTOWN TOA BAJA P.R REGION DE BAYAMON.LA ESTACION ESTA CERCA DE LA COSTA NORTE DE LEVITTOWN ,DE P.R./Link

LA OBS DE HOY DE 24 HRS FINAL DE AYER A HOY

Observation time > April 20, 2014 at 07:00AM
Observation type > daily (24 hr values/totals)
Max temperature > 84 degrees F
Min temperature > 73 degrees F
At observation > 74 degrees F
Precipitation > 0.69 inch
Multi-day Accumulation No
Precipitation Time of Occurrence (previous day) Observed: 12 am - 1 am, 8 am - 10 am, 11 am - 1 pm, 2 pm - 3 pm, 4 pm - 6 pm
Precipitation Time of Occurrence Observed: 3 am - 4 am
Remarks : Light Rain

THESE DATA ARE PRELIMINARY AND HAVE NOT UNDERGONE FINAL QUALITY CONTROL BY THE
NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER /NCDC/. THEREFORE... THESE DATA ARE SUBJECT TO
REVISION. FINAL AND CERTIFIED CLIMATE DATA CAN BE ACCESSED AT
WWW.NCDC.NOAA.GOV
NNN.

EL TIEMPO PARA HOY .DOMINGO 20 ABRIL DE 2014

SAN JUAN Y VECINDAD-
INCLUYENDO LOS MUNICIPIOS DE...BAYAMON...CAROLINA...CATANO...
GUAYNABO...SAN JUAN...TOA ALTA...TOA BAJA...TRUJILLO ALTO
400 AM AST DOMINGO 20 DE ABRIL DE 2014

HOY...VARIABLEMENTE NUBLADO EN LA MANANA LUEGO DESPEJANDOSE.
AGUACEROS AISLADOS. MAXIMAS DESDE 90 EN AREAS BAJAS HASTA 79 EN
AREAS MAS ALTAS. VIENTOS DEL ESTE DE 10 A 15 MPH. PROBABILIDAD DE
LLUVIA 20 POR CIENTO.

.ESTA NOCHE...PARCIALMENTE NUBLADO CON AGUACEROS AISLADOS. MINIMAS
DESDE 79 EN AREAS BAJAS HASTA 65 EN AREAS MAS ALTAS. VIENTOS DEL
SURESTE DE 5 A 10 MPH. PROBABILIDAD DE LLUVIA 20 POR CIENTO.

.LUNES...PARCIALMENTE NUBLADO CON AGUACEROS AISLADOS. MAXIMAS DESDE
92 EN AREAS BAJAS HASTA 80 EN AREAS MAS ALTAS. VIENTOS DEL SURESTE
DE 5 A 15 MPH. PROBABILIDAD DE LLUVIA MENOS DE 20 POR CIENTO.
.LUNES EN LA NOCHE...PARCIALMENTE NUBLADO CON AGUACEROS AISLADOS.
MINIMAS DESDE 77 EN AREAS BAJAS HASTA 65 EN AREAS MAS ALTAS. VIENTOS
DEL SURESTE HASTA 10 MPH. PROBABILIDAD DE LLUVIA 20 POR CIENTO.

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TODAY MARINE CONDITIONS.PR.VI./

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What is the Coop Program?


The National Weather Service (NWS) Cooperative Observer Program (COOP) is truly the Nation's weather and climate observing network of, by and for the people. More than 11,000 volunteers take observations on farms, in urban and suburban areas, National Parks, seashores, and mountaintops. The data are truly representative of where people live, work and play.

The COOP was formally created in 1890 under the Organic Act. Its mission is two-fold:

To provide observational meteorological data, usually consisting of daily maximum and minimum temperatures, snowfall, and 24-hour precipitation totals, required to define the climate of the United States and to help measure long-term climate changes
To provide observational meteorological data in near real-time to support forecast, warning and other public service programs of the NWS.
COOP observational data supports the NWS climate program and field operations. The program responsibilities include:

Selecting data sites
Recruiting, appointing and training of observers
Installing and maintaining equipment
Keeping station documentation observer payroll
Collecting data and its delivering it to users
Maintaining data quality control
Managing fiscal and human resources required to accomplish program objectives.
A cooperative station is a site where observations are taken or other services rendered by volunteers or contractors. Observers are not required to take any tests. Automatic observing stations are considered cooperative stations if their observed data are used for services which otherwise would be provided by cooperative observers. A cooperative station may be collocated with other types of observing stations such as standard observations stations, Flight Service Stations, etc. In these cases, that portion of the station observing program supporting the cooperative program's mission is treated and documented independently of the other observational and service programs.

While most cooperative observers are volunteers some are paid where specific types of services are needed. Observers frequently record temperature and precipitation daily and send those reports monthly to the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) or an NWS office. Many cooperative observers provide additional hydrological or meteorological data, such as evaporation. Data is transmitted via telephone, computer or mail. Equipment used at NWS cooperative stations may be owned by the NWS, the observer, or by a company or other government agency, as long as it meets NWS equipment standards.

The first network of cooperative stations was set up as a result of an act of Congress in 1890 that established the Weather Bureau, but many COOP stations began operation long before that time. John Campanius Holm's weather records, taken without the benefit of instruments in 1644-45, were the earliest known observations in the United States. Subsequently many persons, including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin, maintained weather records. Thomas Jefferson maintained an almost unbroken record of weather observations between 1776 and 1816, and George Washington took his last observation just a few days before he died.

Two of the most prestigious awards given to Cooperative Weather Observers are named after Holm and Jefferson. Because of its many decades of relatively stable operation, high station density, and high proportion of rural locations, the Cooperative Network has been recognized as the most definitive source of information on U.S. climate trends for temperature and precipitation. Cooperative stations form the core of the U.S. Historical Network (HCN) and the U.S. Reference Climate Network.

Equipment to gather these data is provided and maintained by the NWS. Observers send data forms sent monthly to NCDC in Asheville, NC, where data are digitized, checked and archived.

Volunteer weather observers conscientiously contribute their time so that observations can provide the vital information needed. These data are invaluable in learning more about the floods, droughts, heat and cold waves affecting us all. The data are also used in agricultural planning and assessment, engineering, environmental-impact assessment, utilities planning, and litigation. COOP data plays a critical role in efforts to recognize and evaluate the extent of human impacts on climate from local to global scales.

Temperaturas y Precipitacion de 24 horas Diaria.
Para el NWS..de los obs del Programa Coop del NWS de P.R.

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VOLUNTARIOS DEL PROGRAMA COOP NWS
Convertirse en un observador voluntario del Programa Cooperativo del Servicio Nacional de Meteorología o National Weather Service (NWS) requiere lo siguiente:

1. Dedicación al servicio público.
2. La atención al detalle.
3. Capacidad de aprender y realizar tareas cotidianas.
4. Disposición de permitir que el NWS coloque los instrumentos de medición en su propiedad.
5. Disposición de permitir al menos una visita anual de un representante del NWS.

Además, las siguientes capacidades son útiles pero no obligatorias:

1. La propiedad de una computadora personal y familiaridad con sus usos básicos
2. Tener acceso al Internet.

Si usted es seleccionado para convertirse en un observador oficial del NWS, personal del NWS le proporcionará la capacitación y supervisión que se necesita para realizar sus funciones. Dependiendo de la instrumentación de su estación, su sitio será visitado una o dos veces cada 12 meses, más si el mantenimiento no programado o adiestramiento adicional son requeridos.

Una estación del Programa Cooperativo es un sitio donde las observaciones son llevadas a cabo por voluntarios o contratistas. Los observadores no están obligados a tomar un examen y no reciben recompensación. Los observadores con frecuencia registran la temperatura y la precipitación diaria y al final del mes reportan a su oficina del NWS más cercana o, si utilizan el internet, envían los informes mensuales directamente al Centro Nacional de Datos Climatológicos o National Climatic Data Center (NCDC). Muchos observadores cooperativos proporcionan otros datos hidrológicos o meteorológicos, tales como la evaporación. Los datos se transmiten a través de teléfono, computadora o por correo. El equipo utilizado en las estaciones puede ser propiedad de la NWS, el observador, o por una empresa u otra agencia gubernamental, siempre y cuando cumpla con las normas del NWS.

Favor enviar un email a sr-sju.webmaster@noaa.gov o escríbanos un comentario en esta nota. Para más información sobre el programa: http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/coop/

NWS Cooperative Observer Program


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