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post Mar 23 2008, 11:30 AM
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QUOTE(WeatherWarrior @ Mar 23 2008, 11:19 AM) *
yup...but the latest NAM from the nwprod site has it just 110 miles off the coast!


Can you link me to the NWProd site?
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post Mar 23 2008, 11:32 AM
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QUOTE(ice526 @ Mar 23 2008, 12:30 PM) *
Can you link me to the NWProd site?

http://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/nwprod/analysis/
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post Mar 23 2008, 11:36 AM
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WOW!


That's odd. I got used to getting there from www.google.com and typing in NCEP and clicking the 2nd item down.

And it takes me to that same page, but the NAM hadn't been updated since the 18th and the GFS runs always came in 6 hours late!

Try it yourself!


Thanks though! I had been considering getting PRO here just to see the basic models!


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post Mar 23 2008, 11:47 AM
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QUOTE(ice526 @ Mar 23 2008, 12:27 PM) *
It's probably on the PRO site. There is actually a model called the Accu-weather model on the PRO site too.

The COAMPS model is available on the Pro site (30-day free trial)... it is not a widely used model, to my knowledge. Quoting below from the Pro Help Page...

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What is the COAMPS Model?

The Coupled Ocean/Atmosphere Mesoscale Prediction System (COAMPS) is the latest product in a series of mesoscale model developments at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) Marine Meteorology Division. COAMPS represents a state-of-the-art analysis (including the Nowcast capability) and short-term (up to 72 hours) forecast tools applicable for any given region of the earth in both the atmosphere and ocean. COAMPS has been used to provide operational mesoscale atmospheric forecasts for the NAVY central and regional forecast centers since the winter of 1996. COAMPS and COAMPS-OS are a registered trademark of the Naval Research Laboratory.

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post Mar 25 2008, 03:47 PM
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I dont know if someone posted this one yet but I use


Rap ucar Forecast models


also the has great tools too


spc better tools




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post Sep 16 2008, 06:08 PM
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Some sites that haven't been posted yet:

NOGAPS and COAMPS
FIM
DGEX and GFS
Tropical Models
Model Comparison
ECMWF 6-Hourly Maps
GGEM/CMC
NMM, ARW, NAM
JMA
KMA...go to "English," Weather Information," "Numerical Weather Prediction," "Forecast Chart", "N.H. Surface or 500 mb."

I'm in the process of finding links to the German and Australian models, plus JMA 168-192 hr maps in further detail.


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post Oct 2 2008, 10:32 PM
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Don't know if this one was mentioned yet...........

http://raleighwx.easternuswx.com/models.html
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post Oct 2 2008, 10:38 PM
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QUOTE(I-95blizzard @ Sep 16 2008, 08:08 PM) *
Some sites that haven't been posted yet:

NOGAPS and COAMPS
FIM
DGEX and GFS
Tropical Models
Model Comparison
ECMWF 6-Hourly Maps
GGEM/CMC
NMM, ARW, NAM
JMA
KMA...go to "English," Weather Information," "Numerical Weather Prediction," "Forecast Chart", "N.H. Surface or 500 mb."

I'm in the process of finding links to the German and Australian models, plus JMA 168-192 hr maps in further detail.



Excellent links. I always used the NCEP page and eWall for my wintertime analysis.. and the same troical models.. but i must say.. you have added quite a few links to my bookmarks!

Thanks! If you find anymore, please message me and let me know!


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What websites do you guys use to see computer model forecasts that don't require a subscription?
i have an accuweather pro account so i get mine from the pro index
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QUOTE(starsinmysky @ Oct 2 2008, 11:32 PM) *
Don't know if this one was mentioned yet...........

http://raleighwx.easternuswx.com/models.html

I love this 1, its the only one i use.


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Models

JMA as well as the Euro and GGEM



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Here's links to each model and their fastest site on which they come out:

GFS
NAM
UKMET
GGEM
RGEM
NOGAPS
COAMPS
ECMWF I have fast-updating maps, so you get a preview of what this will look like.
GFS Ensemble
GGEM Ensemble
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post Sep 17 2009, 05:38 PM
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http://www.stormvistawxmodels.com/

This is the only site you'll need for models. It costs a few dollars a month, but it's totally worth it. This is the site where I get my extra-fast GFS/NAM/ECMWF maps from.


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here are a few links, until i can get a HTML file together for MOZILLA that will contain a insane amount of links.... biggrin.gif


Environmental Modeling Center/National Center of Environmental Prediction(mesoscale branch)


in the above link, you will find various U.S. models from your typical GFS & NAM(12KM WRF) to various experimental WRF versions(experimental and parallel runs),model verification, model update/upgrade status etc,etc....

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another great site with beautiful images is, Ryan Maue's/FSU Coaps model page(well 3 pages really)

http://www.coaps.fsu.edu/~maue/weather/

http://www.coaps.fsu.edu/~maue/weather/pre-change-index.html

http://www.coaps.fsu.edu/~maue/weather/ncepwrf.html ,---NCEP WRF cores

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also for you short-rangers.....the experimental WRF_HRRR from ESRL, this site also has various RUC & Rapid Refresh models....

The High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (WRF_HRRR)

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the NCAR WRF_ARW page

http://www.wrf-model.org/plots/realtime_main.php

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Steve's Weather page(various NCEP images)

http://www.steve-weather.com/weather/index.html

WRF_ARW version 3(various custom domains)

http://www.steve-weather.com/wrf3/

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millersville U WRF

http://snowball.millersville.edu/~wrf/

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WRF EnKF Hourly Mesoscale Analyses

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NSSL 4KM WRF

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The WRF@Creighton is set up to run with 18.0km grid spacing, the ARW core

http://flare.creighton.edu/wrf/
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What are the conditions of PNA/NAO/AO that result in a Mid-Atlantic Snowstorm? What are the signals?

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How far out days the ECMWF go out and can you get it all for free and where can you get it. All the ones I see only go out to 7 days and only update once a day. Where do you get the other 4 runs? Thanks.
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QUOTE(mnwx @ Dec 26 2009, 01:49 PM) *
How far out days the ECMWF go out and can you get it all for free and where can you get it. All the ones I see only go out to 7 days and only update once a day. Where do you get the other 4 runs? Thanks.


Ewall is the best it gets for free ECM images IMO.

http://www.meteo.psu.edu/~gadomski/ewall.html

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QUOTE(PSU bowhunter @ Jan 8 2008, 11:13 AM) *
What websites do you guys use to see computer model forecasts that don't require a subscription?


I talk to one of my local weather guys on my local news and I asked the same question u asked and he gave me this link NWS Models and u must use the 1000-500 MB models on the right side and u also must know UTC time
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QUOTE(PlanaWeather @ Jan 10 2010, 07:41 PM) *
I talk to one of my local weather guys on my local news and I asked the same question u asked and he gave me this link NWS Models and u must use the 1000-500 MB models on the right side and u also must know UTC time


UTC Time is the time in England, Universal Time or Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) Eastern time is -5, central -6, etc


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Some links that might come in handy during hurricane season.

NOAA link to National Data Buoy Center
http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/rmd.shtml
Buoy reports are a good source of info once a system gets into the Gulf or near the East Coast.

Hurricane Hunters mission page
http://www.hurricanehunters.com/mission.html
This page gives you some insight into recon missions.

Aircraft recon page from TPC
http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/reconlist.shtml
This is where you get recon reports. Check out the data archive so you dont have to sit at your computer and refresh constantly to get current reports. You can use this to stay ahead of public statements from TPC.

How to decode recon reports
http://www.wunderground.com/about/reconreport.asp
It may seem intimidating to decode recon reports but after you do a few its easy. Hey, I can do it. LOL

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