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> MeteOS 1.1 - weather modeling software, How to run NWP model on your desktop in few easy steps
stormlab
post Dec 11 2008, 04:26 AM
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Hello,

I'm working on the new version of MeteOS 1.2 - software to run local weather model under Windows with graphical user interface:

http://www.stormlab.net

The price is $75 and what you get is a 1 GB file, you need a virtual machine to be installed (http://www.vmware.com/player, it's free of charge, but for multiprocessor hardware you need vmware workstation, which is paid).

The forecast/simulation continue one hour, less, or more. It depends on your computer, finally after all that waiting you get around 40 weather maps: pressure, temperature, dewpoint, wind at standard levels, precipitation, reflectivity, convergence, 850, 700, 500, 250 mb, cape, shear, helicity, clear air turbulence, storm motion, infra red simulated satellite image, mean relative humidity (surface-250 mb), theta-e, relative humdiity, potential vorticity, relative vorticity, divergence at 250, frost point, mixio ratio, ceiling, and few others.

I think it's good to have a model by hand at the weather office and this is the reason that I develop it. It doesn't require Linux know-how to run it, if you have it you can do many good improvements, you can write your scripts for new weather maps, RIP - Read Plot Interpolate (written by Mark Stoelinga) is a very powerful program, you can extract many meteorological fields (over 80) and if you download the codes, you can edit them (FORTRAN), and to plot much more maps.

Here are few links of what it can do:






http://www.weathersoft.net/download/img/2008.12.09-t.jpg
http://www.weathersoft.net/download/img/20...11-23-tempC.jpg
http://www.weathersoft.net/download/img/850-tt.jpg
http://www.weathersoft.net/download/img/ir.jpg

There is a demo version, you can run it with real time data over Central United States.

For more information: http://www.stormlab.net

Best regards,

Angel


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