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      Critical Fire Weather Threats Persist in the Southwest; Storms and Heavy Rain in the Western Gulf

      Persistant offshore winds will keep fire weather threats Critical in Southern California and the Lower Colorado River Basin. Snow in the 4 Corners area higher terrain spreads into the South High Plains. Strong to isolated storms and heavy rain may develop in the western Gulf states along a lingering boundary. A PacNW storm spreads precip with snow in the mountains across the Northwest. Read More >

      Welcome to the International Activities Office


      Contact
      Courtney Draggon
      courtney.draggon@noaa.gov
      301-427-9046

       

       

      The International Activities Office (IA) coordinates all international cooperation for the National Weather Service (NWS) and is located within the Office of the Assistant Administrator for Weather Services. Dr. Louis Uccellini, who is the NWS Director, also serves as the Permanent Representative for the United States with the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).

      IA supports the US Permanent Representative in coordinating US participation in WMO Technical Commissions, Regional Associations, and Executive Council. IA program analysts manage bilateral relations, implement projects, oversee the travel of NWS experts, represent the NWS at international meetings, and coordinate with other federal agencies and non-governmental partners. Click on Staff for a list of IA employees, their areas of responsibility, and contact information.

      If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact us.

      - Courtney Draggon, Director

      International Agreements

      Coordinates and monitors bilateral agreements for cooperation in meteorology and hydrology between the United States and other countries

      World Meteorological Organization

      Supports the Permanent Representative (PR) of the United States to the World Meteorological Organization of the United Nations and participates in technical commissions

      Foreign Travel and Visitors

      • Manages NWS foreign travel process
      • Coordinates NWS international training program including Tropical Desk, Africa Desk, and Pacific Desk
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