SPRING PROGRAM 2001
DAILY PARTICIPANT CHECKLIST


DATE:______/______/ 2001

SPC Participants:       __________________________

NSSL Participants:     __________________________

Visiting Scientists:     __________________________
 
 

______    Retrieve the Daily Folder for yesterday and today from the file cabinet.

______    Load verification (radar/ltg/reports) and forecast (yesterday) on N-AWIPS or Linux PC

______    Verify previous day forecast and model parameters using web based forms.

   ______18-21Z  ______ 21Z-00Z
______     Determine Forecast Domain and Complete Synoptic Overview Form for Today's
                 Period 1 (valid 18Z-21Z forecast) by 17Z.
 

______     Complete Convective Forecast for Period 1 (17Z valid 18Z-21Z).

                  ______Graphic ______ Discussion ______Evaluation Form______Copy of FCST in Folder
 

______     Prepare and Facilitate Daily Map and forecast verification discussion
 

______     Determine Forecast Domain and Complete Synoptic Overview Form for Today's
                 Period 2 (valid 21Z-00Z forecast) by 19Z.
 

______     Complete Convective Forecast for Period 2 (20Z valid 21Z-00Z).

                  ______Graphic ______ Discussion ______Evaluation Form______Copies of FCST in Folder
 

______     Place copies of forecast discussions or other products relevant to the forecast domain
                 in the daily folder (inlcude other relevant plots / charts, etc.).  NOTE:  Copies of all SPC
                 convective outlooks, mesoscale discussions and watches are automatically archived.

                                ______06Z-12Z ______ 12Z-18Z ______ 18Z-22Z
 

______    Ensure SSA is left in an organized fashion and workstations are logged out.
 
 

Daily Shift Log (Provide comments as appropriate on daily operations, equipment status, etc.):
 

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