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Ffmpa flash flood monitoring and prediction advanced

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMPAFlash Flood Monitoring and Prediction - Advanced

An Overview for

4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology ConferenceTom FiliaggiJune 2009

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


Agenda

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMP Advanced: OB9 User Interface Review May, 2008

FFMP Advanced: Debris Flow Workshop Overview, June 2009

Agenda

  • Current State of Operations

  • FFMP Displays

    • Color Image

    • Basin Table

    • Basin Trend

    • Basin Trace

  • FFMP Background Monitoring

    • Guardian Integration

  • Ancillary Elements

    • Forced FFG

    • Ingest Data Monitor

    • RFC FFG Update method

  • Responsible Individuals

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


Ffmpa current state of operations

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMP Advanced: OB9 User Interface Review May, 2008

FFMP Advanced: Debris Flow Workshop Overview, June 2009

FFMPACurrent State of Operations

  • WFOs are responsible for issuing flash flood warnings, urban and small stream advisories, and flood warnings, as well as some experimental debris flow warnings.

  • FFMP is a baseline AWIPS application with both server and display components.

  • Many WFO forecasters use FFMP as a tool to assist with warning operations (Decision Assistance).

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


Auto aggregation huc0

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMP Advanced: OB9 User Interface Review May, 2008

FFMP Advanced: Debris Flow Workshop Overview, June 2009

Auto-Aggregation: HUC0

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


Auto aggregation huc1

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMP Advanced: OB9 User Interface Review May, 2008

FFMP Advanced: Debris Flow Workshop Overview, June 2009

Auto-Aggregation: HUC1

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


Auto aggregation huc2

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMP Advanced: OB9 User Interface Review May, 2008

FFMP Advanced: Debris Flow Workshop Overview, June 2009

Auto-Aggregation: HUC2

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


Auto aggregation huc3

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMP Advanced: OB9 User Interface Review May, 2008

FFMP Advanced: Debris Flow Workshop Overview, June 2009

Auto-Aggregation: HUC3

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


Auto aggregation huc4

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMP Advanced: OB9 User Interface Review May, 2008

FFMP Advanced: Debris Flow Workshop Overview, June 2009

Auto-Aggregation: HUC4

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


Auto aggregation all and only small basins

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMP Advanced: OB9 User Interface Review May, 2008

FFMP Advanced: Debris Flow Workshop Overview, June 2009

Auto-Aggregation: All-and-Only Small Basins

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


Ffmpa display basin table

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMP Advanced: OB9 User Interface Review May, 2008

FFMP Advanced: Debris Flow Workshop Overview, June 2009

FFMPA Display: Basin Table

  • Customizable

    • Color-coded

    • Sort-able

  • Filterable

    • Sorted Value

    • Geographic area

  • Time selection

    • Rate

    • ¼-hour increments

    • Max based on purge

  • Split Window

    • Combine QPE & QPF then compare to Guidance

  • Interactive

    • Auto-aggregation

    • Zoom, with rules

    • Color Image Click

      • Basin Trend

      • Basin Trace

  • Value added

    • Virtual Gage Basins

    • Data gap notice

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


Ffmpa display basin trend

Customizable

Color-coded

X-axis reversible

Time selection

All-times inclusive

Standard Guidance times

Current Time

Split Window

Combine QPE & QPF then compare to Guidance

Interactive

Toggle-able plots

Draggable/scrollable

Value added

Virtual Gage Basins

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMP Advanced: OB9 User Interface Review May, 2008

FFMP Advanced: Debris Flow Workshop Overview, June 2009

FFMPA Display: Basin Trend

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


Ffmpa display basin trace

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMP Advanced: OB9 User Interface Review May, 2008

FFMP Advanced: Debris Flow Workshop Overview, June 2009

FFMPA Display: Basin Trace

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


Ffmpa background monitoring

Customizable

Color-coded

Data Sources

Type choice

Accum

Ratio

Diff

Filterable

CWA (Service Backup)

Time selection

Rate

¼-hour increments

Max based on purge

Split Window

Combine QPE & QPF then compare to Guidance

Value added

Data gap notice

Multiple Monitor conditions

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMP Advanced: OB9 User Interface Review May, 2008

FFMP Advanced: Debris Flow Workshop Overview, June 2009

FFMPA Background Monitoring

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


Ffmpa ancillary forced ffg

Applies user-defined FFG

Strict override

modification

For a user-defined data source

For a user-defined period of time

For a user-defined area

County

Basin

Entire domain

That is retrievable

Desire Geographic interface

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMP Advanced: OB9 User Interface Review May, 2008

FFMP Advanced: Debris Flow Workshop Overview, June 2009

FFMPA Ancillary: Forced FFG

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


Ffmpa ancillary ingest data monitor

Notes health of data ingest, of interest to FFMPA

User-defined determination of “too old”

HTML Interface

Special rules for RADAR DHR

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMP Advanced: OB9 User Interface Review May, 2008

FFMP Advanced: HMT Overview, November, 2008

FFMPA Ancillary: Ingest Data Monitor

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


Ffmpa ancillary ffg update method

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMP Advanced: OB9 User Interface Review May, 2008

FFMP Advanced: HMT Overview, November, 2008

FFMPA Ancillary: FFG Update Method

  • Elements of Transition method:

    • Apply a lag, to eliminate double-counting of precipitation in FFMPA analyses. This lag will be equal to the Time Frame of the Guidance. (ie: 3-hr Guidance = 3-hr lag).

    • Apply an hourly interpolation scheme that manages precipitation in a way that greatly enhances the Guidance values for the transition period and avoids increased under-warn situations that could exist with a lag-only approach.

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


Ffmpa responsible individuals

FFMP Advanced: 4th Regional Severe Storms / Radar and Hydrology Conference Overview, August 2009

FFMP Advanced: OB9 User Interface Review May, 2008

FFMP Advanced: Debris Flow Workshop Overview, June 2009

FFMPA Responsible Individuals

  • Main Developers

    • Tom Filiaggi - MDL: Lead

      [email protected]

    • Lingyan Xin - MDL

      [email protected]

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/mdl/ffmp


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