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wx-tropl - Tropical Storm and Hurricane WX products (Non-Atlantic)

Subject: Tropical Storm and Hurricane WX products (Non-Atlantic)

Description: WX-TROPL Tropical Storm and Hurricane Weather products

This list contains an automatic feed of tropical storm-related products issued
by various meteorological organizations around the world. Products are distributed by geographic region and are selected using topics such as Pacific-SW and INDIAN-S. At present there is no further refinement of products. For example, if you subscribe to Pacific-NW you will receive all products for that region.

WX-TROPL is not a discussion group and therefore no posting is allowed.

If you are interested in products for the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico you will not find them here. See the WX-ATLAN list instead.

Once you subscribe it is important that you select and save at least one
topic. By default you will receive mail for ALL the topics and during periods
of active weather the amount of mail can easily overwhelm your inbox.

Currently we offer the following product topics:

Pacific-EN: Pacific Ocean Eastern Northern region (90W to 140W)
Pacific-NC: Pacific Ocean North Central region (140W to 180W)
Pacific-NW: Pacific Ocean Northwest region (100E to 180E)
Indian-N: Indian Ocean (North) (100E to 40E north of Equator)
Indian-S: Indian Ocean (South) (120E to 40E south of Equator)
Pacific-SW: Pacific Ocean Southwest (120E to 180E south of Equator)
Summary: Various summaries
Pacific-SE: Pacific Ocean Southeast (east of 180E south of Equator)
New Zealand

To choose subtopics Look for "Subscriber Options" on the left side of the screen. You'll need to be logged in to the system and have selected WX-TROPL before this option is visible. While you're there be sure to make sure your actual name name is correct. This helps us locate your subscription in the event you ever ask us to delete you.

The products retransmitted here are for informational purposes only.
Subscribers should not rely on WX-TROPL as their sole source of weather
information or for mission-critical purposes.

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