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mreichert78
post Nov 30 2011, 02:56 PM
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Hello all, I am looking for a site that has the precip or QPF output of the ECMWF model. Hopefully I put this in the right area of the forum. I would like to compare it to the GFS QPF output. If there is not a page that has the euro, then can anyone direct me to a page for another models qpf output for long range (3-12 days out).

Also if there are pages that show the tracks of low pressure to compare it to the GFS that would be nice.

I use this page for the GFS models.

The goal is to have another computer model to compare precip amounts with the GFS. And I frequently read the two longer range models are the GFS and euro. Thanks for your help.

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post Nov 30 2011, 07:01 PM
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QUOTE(mreichert78 @ Nov 30 2011, 01:56 PM) *
Hello all, I am looking for a site that has the precip or QPF output of the ECMWF model. Hopefully I put this in the right area of the forum. I would like to compare it to the GFS QPF output. If there is not a page that has the euro, then can anyone direct me to a page for another models qpf output for long range (3-12 days out).

Also if there are pages that show the tracks of low pressure to compare it to the GFS that would be nice.

I use this page for the GFS models.

The goal is to have another computer model to compare precip amounts with the GFS. And I frequently read the two longer range models are the GFS and euro. Thanks for your help.

Edited for storm tracks of euro


You can obtain qpf output for the Euro via paid services. Otherwise, you are out of luck.


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post Nov 30 2011, 08:29 PM
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Thanks, would you have a link to the pay to view sites for the euro? Also are there any other long range models to compare to the GFS?
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post Dec 1 2011, 12:18 PM
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Thanks, would you have a link to the pay to view sites for the euro? Also are there any other long range models to compare to the GFS?


I am aware of two paid services...

Accuweather Pro
Stormvista

Regarding other LR models...how far out are you wanting?

CFS


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post Dec 2 2011, 09:19 AM
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Something about as far as the GFS, say 6 - 12 days out....I did come across the JMA model. The main purpose is to compare tracks and QPF (if possible) to the GFS.

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post Dec 8 2011, 09:03 PM
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QUOTE(mreichert78 @ Nov 30 2011, 02:56 PM) *
Hello all, I am looking for a site that has the precip or QPF output of the ECMWF model. Hopefully I put this in the right area of the forum. I would like to compare it to the GFS QPF output. If there is not a page that has the euro, then can anyone direct me to a page for another models qpf output for long range (3-12 days out).

Also if there are pages that show the tracks of low pressure to compare it to the GFS that would be nice.

I use this page for the GFS models.

The goal is to have another computer model to compare precip amounts with the GFS. And I frequently read the two longer range models are the GFS and euro. Thanks for your help.

Edited for storm tracks of euro


Wunderground features the only free OP Euro QPF that I know of.


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post Dec 9 2011, 12:51 PM
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QUOTE(mreichert78 @ Dec 2 2011, 08:19 AM) *
Something about as far as the GFS, say 6 - 12 days out....I did come across the JMA model. The main purpose is to compare tracks and QPF (if possible) to the GFS.

Thanks JD



Here's a good option for the medium ranged guidance.

eWall

As hckyplayer8 showed, wunderground is another.


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