Update #3: CWD has ended as scheduled.

Update #2: CWD has ended for Southern and Central Regions. CWD remains in effect for Eastern Region until 00Z Fri Sep 03 due to continued flooding and severe weather threats from Ida.

Update #1: CWD has been extended until 0000Z Friday September 3, 2021 and now includes Central and Eastern regions for continued flooding threats from TS Ida.  Southern and Central regions will drop out of CWD 1200Z Wednesday September 1, 2021. 

Topic: Critical Weather Day has been declared.
Date/Time Issued: September 03,  2021 0010Z
Date/Time of Initial Impact:  August 27, 2021 0300Z J/DAY 239
Date/Time of Expected End: August 31, 2021 1200Z J/DAY 243
Length of Outage:  102 hours
Who:  NCEP, NCF, Southern Region

Reason:  REASON: Tropical Storm Ida and associated watches along the Central Gulf Coast.

Users can get CWD status on the NCEP web page:

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