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The Preliminary 2024 edition of the Guide to Operational Weather Radar Best Practices is available for Members' review here.
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The Preliminary 2024 edition of the Guide to Instruments and Methods of Observation (WMO-No. 8) is available for Members' review here.
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On the occasion of the third session of the WMO Services Commission (SERCOM-3), to be held in Bali, Indonesia from 4 to 9 March 2024, the Standing Committee on Services for Aviation (SC-AVI) will conduct a side-event on the impacts on Members of service delivery transformation in aeronautical
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We are delighted to announce the new WMO hosted Incident Management System for Regional WIGOS Centres (WMO IMS-RWC) will be launched on 1st of February 2024. Please also note the following relevant information: during the period from 26-31 January 2024, the current IMS hosted by ECMWF (ECMWF IMS-RWC
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Operational Newsletter on the World Weather Watch 2024 Contact: wis@wmo.int Sri Lanka will transit to SYNOP, TEMP, PILOT BUFR data with WIGOS Station ID (WSI) Notification from Sri Lanka Meteorological Department From 10 January 2024, Sri Lanka Meteorological Department will start to send SYNOP
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To inform planning and targeted assistance, WMO conducted a Rapid Assessment of hazard monitoring and forecasting capacity within 30 countries initially selected for support under the Early Warnings for All (EW4All) Initiative. Meanwhile, a separate Rapid Assessment was launched by the WMO Regional
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In a landmark achievement, the Regional Association VI (RA VI) Coordination Meeting signified the official launch of the Early Warnings for All (EW4All) initiative. Attended by key figures, including the RA VI President, the Vice-chair of the Disaster Risk Reduction Committee, and the co-chairs of
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The representatives of the National Meteorological and Hydrological Services from South Caucasus region and Kazakhstan have gathered in Geneva to address gaps in their national observing, monitoring, and forecasting capacities through the Early Warnings for All initiative. The initiative aims to
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Issue 2/2023 of the WMO Services for Aviation Newsletter has just been issued. The newsletter, issued two times per year, brings the meteorological and aviation communities up-to-date on some of the latest developments within WMO, its Members and its partner organizations such as ICAO. The latest
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Water resources are crucial for human survival and economic development, and the need for accurate and timely information is increasing due to climate change and population growth. National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHSs) play a vital role in providing this information, and the