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Most Recent CAFFG Flash Flood Threat (FFT) Index
(updated at 00Z, 06Z, 12Z and 18Z)

Regional 03-hr FFT
15km Grid Generalization

Product Description



This CAFFG regional product represents the flash flood threat (FFT) index. The FFT index is the excess amount of rainfall for a three hour period over what is needed to cause bankfull flows (i.e., minor flooding) in small streams draining areas of approximately 70 sqkm. The FFT Forecast product is updated every six hours, beginning at 00:00 UTC (valid between 00:00 and 03:00 UTC). In general, higher FFT index values indicate a greater likelihood that flash flooding will occur or is occurring in the area depicted.

The images shown here are intended to be used as examples of products available to Central America forecasters. Additional products are available at the local government Meteorological and Hydrological Services. Such Services should be contacted for more detailed information and official forecasts.

 

NOAA/NESDIS Hydro-Estimator Satellite-Derived Rainfall Estimates

Rainfall 01-hr
Rainfall 03-hr
Rainfall 06-hr
Rainfall 24-hr

 

CAWRF Rainfall Forecasts

Rainfall 01-hr Fcst
Rainfall 03-hr Fcst
Rainfall 06-hr Fcst
Rainfall 24-hr Fcst



 

Additional Information Resources:
 

Original CAMI / CAFFG Project web site in English or Spanish

 

 

Central America Mitigation Initiative (CAMI)
Regional Operational Flash Flood Guidance

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