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28 Jan 2013
Hello,

Would you like to know what will be the weather at your location for the forecast range 0-72 hours? May be a winter snowstorm is approaching, or warm days with blue sky. We could run NWP model for your region, so you will get the latest weather information.

This is a demo for OK City for the next hours (28 Jan 2013):
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Weather Outlook
Latitude, Longitude: 35.48lat,-97.53lon
YYYYMMDD, UTC, LST, hPa, Celsius, degrees, m/s, mm/6h
Date UT BG Pres T Td TgWdirWspdWgusPrcp Weather
2013.01.28 12 14 Monday 1010 18 15 14 202 10 15 0 Few stratocumulus. 215 17 m/s. Scattered altocumulus translucidus. 251 23 m/s. Warm. Fresh wind out of south. High wind gust. Jet stream. 254 32 m/s. Low level jet. 232 16 m/s. Scattered Cumulus humilis fractus and Stratocumulus. cape=25. Cu motion out of 23 degrees. Night. Wave height 2-3m.
2013.01.28 15 17 Monday 1010 18 15 16 191 8 12 0 Overcast stratus. 203 18 m/s. Warm. Warm advection at 850 hPa. Fresh wind out of south. Strong wind gust. Jet stream. 253 34 m/s. Low level jet. 220 17 m/s. Scattered Cumulus humilis and Stratocumuls. cape=49. Cu motion out of 22 degrees. Wave height 2-3m.
2013.01.28 18 20 Monday 1009 22 15 22 188 10 15 0 Broken stratus. 191 13 m/s. Few altocumulus translucidus. 218 24 m/s. Warm. Warm advection at 850 hPa. Fresh wind out of south. High wind gust. Jet stream. 247 35 m/s. Low level jet. 209 20 m/s. Fast moving low clouds. Tilted Cumulus congestus. cape=293. Weak capping inversion. Wave height 2-3m.
2013.01.28 21 23 Monday 1007 23 15 23 185 10 15 0 Few stratocumulus. 188 14 m/s. Warm. Warm advection at 850 hPa. Fresh wind out of south. High wind gust. Jet stream. 243 38 m/s. Low level jet. 204 19 m/s. Fast moving low clouds. Highly sheared broken Cumulus congestus. cape=436. Wave height 2-3m.
2013.01.29 00 02 Tuesday 1006 23 15 19 180 10 15 0 Few stratocumulus. 185 15 m/s. Warm. Warm advection at 850 hPa. Fresh wind out of south. High wind gust. Jet stream. 238 40 m/s. Low level jet. 204 21 m/s. Fast moving low clouds. Highly sheared broken Cumulus congestus. cape=443. Weak capping inversion. Night. Wave height 2-3m.
2013.01.29 03 05 Tuesday 1006 21 16 17 178 10 15 0 Broken stratus. 186 18 m/s. Few cirrocumulus. 231 43 m/s. Warm. Warm advection at 850 hPa. Fresh wind out of south. High wind gust. Jet stream. 231 43 m/s. Low level jet. 218 23 m/s. Highly sheared broken Cumulus congestus. cape=402. Weak capping inversion. Night. Wave height 2-3m.
2013.01.29 06 08 Tuesday 1005 20 16 16 188 9 13 0 Overcast stratus. 196 18 m/s. Cirrostratus. Cirrocumulus. 229 47 m/s. Warm. Warm advection at 500 hPa. Fresh wind out of south. Strong wind gust. Jet stream. 229 47 m/s. Low level jet. 227 20 m/s. Highly sheared broken Cumulus congestus fractus. cape=312. Weak capping inversion. Night. Wave height 2-3m.
2013.01.29 09 11 Tuesday 1004 19 16 16 189 8 12 0 Overcast stratus. 197 16 m/s. Warm. Warm advection at 850 hPa. Warm advection at 500 hPa. Fresh wind out of south. Strong wind gust. Jet stream. 227 52 m/s. Low level jet. 220 16 m/s. Highly sheared broken Cumulus congestus. cape=481. Weak capping inversion. Night. Wave height 2-3m.
2013.01.29 12 14 Tuesday 1002 19 15 16 187 7 0 0 Overcast stratus. 194 14 m/s. Scattered altocumulus translucidus. 214 24 m/s. Warm. Warm advection at 850 hPa. Warm advection at 500 hPa. Moderate wind out of south. Jet stream. 222 55 m/s. Low level jet. 219 18 m/s. Highly sheared broken Cumulus congestus. cape=580. Weak capping inversion. Night. Wave height 1-2m.
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Best regards,
Angel Dimitrov
19 May 2012
Hello,

Do you need very precise weather forecasting software?

The spring thunderstorms can be forecasted very well with weather prediction model. It's a software for Linux, running on fast hardware, downloading data from a meteo center, making a lot of mathematical calculations.

The software display variables like temperature, wind, pressure, moisture, precipitation, cape, 0-1 and 0-6 km wind shear, helicity, vorticity, heights, specific humidity, mixing ratio, water vapor pressure, stom motion, virtual temperature, omega, static stability, potential temperature, theta-e, dew point depression, ground temperature, surface pressure, storm relative flow at given levels, accumulated rainfall, potential vorticity, lifted condensation level, level of free convection, radar reflectivity, infra red simulated satellite image, cloud top temperature, divergence, convergence, energy helicity index, precipitable water vapor, density, virtual potential temperature, wet bulb temperature, ageostrophic wind, vorticity generation potential, vertical velocity, absolute vorticity and others.

The JET weather outlook software forecast various weather phenomena, like cloud type - cirrus, cirrostratus, cirrocumuls, altostratos, altocumulus, nimbostratus, cumulus, cumulus humilis, cumulus humilis fractos, mediocris, congestus/ towering cumulus, Cb, singlecell, multicell, supercell, mini supercell, pulse storm, thunder-storm, thunder-snow, microburst, convective inversion, rain, snow, sleet, frozen ground, shower, low visibility due to mist, fog, industrial fog, warm and cold air advection, blizzard, extreme cold temperatures, fire danger due to low huimidity and high winds, low visiblity due to intensive precipitation, turbulence, jet stream, jet streak, floods, flash floods, wind chill, lightnings, tornado watch, wind categroy from Beaufort and others.

The software is continously developed by very bright scientist, currently the temperature bias between observed and forecasted temperature in the range 0-18 forecast hours is around 0.8 degree C and in the next version will be around 0.4C.

Do you like all that? I can go further into details about the math, physics, and meteorological side of the software.

I you need it, I will be happy to install it for you. Mail: stormlaboratory@gmail.com.

Best regards,
Angel Dimitrov
Only for US/Canada
31 Aug 2011
Hello,

The new version of TEMP is ready:
http://www.stormlab.net/temp/image/temp-1.0a.jpg
It has interactive map, printing and few other options .

Best regards,
Angel Dimitrov
http://www.stormlab.net
23 Sep 2009

Hello,

TEMP 1.0 is ready:

http://www.stormlab.net/alpha/screen/temp-1.0-3.bmp
http://www.stormlab.net

It's a software for PT thermodynamic charts. It has short tutorial how to use it.

Best regards,

Angel
11 Dec 2008
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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