Update #3 The Critical Weather Day has ended as scheduled.

Update #2 Correction on J/Day ending 063 for Eastern Region

Update #1 Critical Weather Day for Southern Region has ended at 1800Z on J/day 060.**

**The Critical Weather Day for Eastern Region has begun and runs through 04/00Z on J/Day 064**

Topic: Critical Weather Day has been declared.

Date/Time Issued: March 04, 2018 0022Z

Date/Time of Initial Impact:

(Southern Region CWD) : February 28, 2018 1930Z J/D 059

(Eastern Region CWD) : March 01, 2018 1800Z J/D 060

Date/Time of Expected End:

(Southern Region CWD) : March 01, 2018 1800Z J/D 060

(Eastern Region CWD) : March 04, 2018 0000Z J/D 063

Length of Outage: Approximately 74 hours

Type: Regional

Who: NCEP, NWSTG, NCF, Southern and Eastern Region

Reason: Southern Region - High risk of excessive rainfall/possible flooding from south-central Arkansas into south-western Tennessee. Eastern Region - impact of nor'easter along the Mid-Atlantic and New England coasts

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