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NOAA's U.S. Winter Outlook Calls for Variability San Francisco Now TsunamiReady
In announcing the 2008-2009 U.S. Winter Outlook for meteorological winter from December through February, forecasters at the NOAA Climate Prediction Center are calling for warmer-than-normal temperatures for much of the central part of the nation, and a continuation of drier-than-normal conditions across the Southeast. San Francisco has completed the NOAA National Weather Service TsunamiReady recognition program, better equipping the city to prepare and warn its citizens for tsunamis. San Francisco is now the most populous city in the United States to achieve TsunamiReady recognition.
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