I think I found my answer, on the http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/vtec/ site:
It's in the:
- VTEC events spreadsheet (corrected February 28, 2008)
That has everything. I just need to parse it out.
Thanks again for the replies!
From: Joseph Spenner <joseph85750@xxxxxxxxx>
To: LDM-Users <ldm-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, June 19, 2015 8:48 AM
Subject: Re: [ldm-users] alert clasifications
I got a couple direct replies. Thanks! However, not quite what I'm after.
What I'm really looking for is a list which would say something like this:
File extension: FFAPossible phenomena.significance alerts to be found in these
files: FA.A FF.A FL.A XX.Y ZZ.A WW.A
File extension: FFWPossible phenomena.significance alerts to be found in these
files: FF.W DF.A BZ.Y PP.A
(some of those are made up, but just examples)
Does anyone know if this list exists?
On Thu, 18 Jun 2015, Joseph Spenner wrote:
> Hello, I was wondering if there exists a list describing what possible NWS
> alerts could fall into specific file extensions. For example, I have files
> with the following file extensions:
> FFA, FFW, FLS, NPW, RFW, SVR, SVS, TOR, WSW
> And currently have captured alerts with the following in their VTEC:
> FFA: FA.A FF.A FL.A
> FFW: FF.W
> FLS: FA.W FA.Y FL.W FL.Y HY.S
> NPW: EH.A EH.W FG.Y FR.Y FZ.W HT.Y LW.Y WI.Y
> RFW: FW.A FW.W
> SVR: SV.W
> SVS: SV.W TO.W
> TOR: TO.W
> WSW: WS.W WW.Y
> But I doubt this is complete. Does someone have a complete list, or a
> location where it can be found?
> Regards,Joseph Spenner