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PPS Announces V06A GPM Level 2 - Level 3 DPR and Combined Data Processing/ Reprocessing

The Precipitation Processing System (PPS) will begin processing and reprocessing GPM Level 2 - Level 3 DPR and Combined data as version V06A.  The switch to V06A for these products will begin with October 01, 2018 GPM data. This data will be available to the public after October 04, 2018 at the earliest once they have been reviewed and approved by the Science Team.

The following data products will be processed/reprocessed as V06A:


 2AKa
 2AKu
 2ADPR
 3DPRD
 3DPR_ASC
 3DPR_DES
 3DPR

TKIO Annoucement - PPS is Announcing a New tkio-3.90.0 Release


PPS is releasing version 3.90.0 build of the PPS TKIO toolkit to the public. This version is currently being used for PPS GPM data production.

The tar file directory along with the release notes can be found at:
ftp://gpmweb2.pps.eosdis.nasa.gov/pub/PPStoolkit/GPM/tkio-3.90.0/ 
 
We have also attached these corresponding release notes for your convenience.

Hurricane Florence Makes Landfall, Brings Torrential Rains and Record Flooding to the Carolinas

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Hurricane Florence Makes Landfall, Brings Torrential Rains and Record Flooding to the Carolinas

GPM Observes Dangerous Super Typhoon Heading Toward The Philippines

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GPM Observes Dangerous Super Typhoon Heading Toward The Philippines

The GPM core observatory satellite has recently provided very useful information about super typhoon MANGKHUT in the western Pacific Ocean. A few days ago MANGHUT battered the Marianas Islands. MANGKHUT's destructive winds pounded the island of GUAM causing power outages and it's extremely heavy rainfall caused flash floods.

GPM Probes Tropical Storm Isaac

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GPM Probes Tropical Storm ISAAC

Hurricane Florence, tropical storm ISAAC and hurricane Helene are currently active in the Atlantic Ocean. Tropical storm ISAAC is the next tropical cyclone to affect the western Atlantic. It is moving westward toward the Leeward and Windward Islands. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) predicts that ISAAC will pass through the Leeward and Windward Islands and move into the Caribbean Sea over the next few days. The NHC predicts that ISAAC will weaken as it encounters moderate vertical shear and nearby dry air.

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