NOAA Extreme Weather Information Sheets
- Point of Contact
NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information, at the Stennis Space Center, produces the NOAA Extreme Weather Information Sheets (NEWIS). Published each year for the Atlantic hurricane season, the NOAA Extreme Weather Information Sheets provide critical information for contacting government officials and monitoring information resources. The laminated and waterproof NOAA Extreme Weather Information Sheets are an ideal reference in the home, automobile, or boat. NOAA Extreme Weather Information Sheets provide residents with a "one-stop" ready reference containing phone numbers and Web site information residents can use during potentially life-threatening weather emergencies.
Since points of contact for various agencies change from year to year, NCEI Stennis annually verifies all contacts, phone numbers, and Web sites listed on NOAA Extreme Weather Information Sheets. NCEI continues to monitor the information throughout the hurricane season and any updates are posted on the appropriate PDF version (available through the links below).
NOAA Extreme Weather Information Sheets were created to cover coastal regions of states and the two US territories that are particularly at risk from tropical storms and hurricanes. They are available free of charge and are distributed through local NOAA Weather Service Forecast Offices, local emergency management agencies, libraries, other state and federal agencies, and not-for-profits. Anyone can request a laminated NOAA Extreme Weather Information Sheets for their business, for their organization, or for personal use by contacting NCEI at Stennis. Orders will be filled as supplies are available.
If you have any questions, please use the Point of Contact information located in the box above.