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OID: 2.49.0.0.724.0 WMO Member: Spain ISO 3166: ES ESP 724

Issuing Organization: Agencia Estatal de Meteorología

Hazard Categories: Met

Authorization Basis: The Statute of the State Meteorological Agency of Spain (AEMET) provides a detailed description of the functions and duties to be performed. Specifically, it establishes that AEMET is the organisation responsible for "the development, provision and dissemination of weather information and forecasts of general interest to citizens throughout the country, and issuing warnings and forecasts of weather phenomena that may affect the safety of persons and properties."

CAP Feed URL(s):
Language: Spanish, Castilian    URL: http://www.aemet.es/documentos_d/eltiempo/prediccion/avisos/rss/CAP_AFAE_RSS.xml

Forecasts URL: http://worldweather.wmo.int/083/m083.htm

Alerting Area (NWSE): 44.0 -10 34.7 5

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Hazard Categories
Geo: Geophysical (earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunami, etc., includes landslide)
Met: Meteorological (weather, storms, etc. includes flood)
Safety: General emergency and public safety
Security: Law enforcement, military, homeland and local/private security
Rescue: Rescue and recovery
Fire: Fire suppression and rescue
Health: Medical and public health
Env: Pollution and other environmental
Transport: Public and private transportation
Infra: Utility, telecommunication, other non-transport infrastructure
CBRNE: Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear or High-Yield Explosive threat or attack
Other: Other events


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