This paper will describe IceThreat, a program developed at NCAR to use output from the automated icing algorithms to create a suggested icing AIRMET that could then be edited and issued by AWC forecasters. The method uses the icing probability and severity fields to locate areas with a high probability of moderate or greater icing. It then combines these hazardous regions into clumps, for which a floor and ceiling are calculated. If other clumps are found within a certain distance from each other then they are merged and a boundary is drawn around them. The final product is a list of corner points with a floor and ceiling that can be plotted and used by forecasters as an initial estimate of AIRMET boundaries. IceThreat will be installed in the Aviation Weather Testbed at AWC for testing and evaluation by forecasters there. This paper will describe the methods used by IceThreat for determining the suggested AIRMET regions and how the user can customize the program. It will also present examples of its use and how the output compares with official AIRMETs and pilot reports of icing.