"IWIN has been proposed for termination."

Jul 18, 2004
Westport, CT
Although all of the data available on IWIN can be found in various other locations within weather.gov, I can't say I won't miss the current format - especially the IWDS page. I feel like I 'grew up' (meteorologically-speaking) with the red-margined "United States All Warnings" page way back in the day, and, although it might be just me, I'm gonna be sad to see it go.

Ditto on your thoughts Sam........ I will miss those red warnings as well. I wonder if they will extend the life of it a little, I hate to see it go.
I like IWIN too. They did have a page where you could submit comments about the termination of IWIN. I just find IWIN much easier to navigate.

I also hate the new NWS format and I really hate the NDFD. Believe it or not, I like the Zone Forecasts - they are WAY more consistant (and accurate, in my opinion) with what's being said in AFD's. That's pretty much why I stopped using all NWS forecast bulletins except man-made watches, warnings, and AFD's.
We're just a bit from the record high today, after being warmer than normal yesterday, and all the zones from DTX & GRR both say "not as cool." Interesting wording for possible record temps!