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Discussion in 'Alpine & Snow' started by SkiMun, Sep 30, 2015.
Mind blown. I think it deserves its own thread.
Yeah we have been chatting about it elsewhere. However I think its fair enough to have its own thread.
Anyone got a picture of the orbit?
Sensational. Would be good if you could overlay a real time synoptic chart
Geostationary above the equator.
I'm looking on JMA to see if they have anything similar
If they don't yet, it won't be long.
JMA have hopeless web interfaces .. (its a Japanese thing).
They are not alone.
The BOM does a really good job their web pages
Have a look how crap the NZ Metservice webpages are. Or many of the ones in Europe.
And don't get me started on the US
So how much improvement in models can we expect ?
Metservice is OK , getting better... great for Mountain forecasts ...
US is hopeless.
Better data , better outcomes .
Have a read.
will be great to watch that first cyclone
Is there any instruction on how to drive it? Or is what you see what you get?
I read the bit about 0.5-2k resolution and was expecting to be able to zoom a lot more than what I can on that link.
EDIT : Maybe I'm just not getting the scale
EDIT : Look at how that cloud in the bight hits the land and just stops.
Very impressive ,
Yeah, not enough zoom
I'll pass that on to the BoM, they'll get a legit chubb out of it.
For those of you who have WeatherZone Pro accounts you should be able to access this:
Turn on satellite, click the settings button down the bottom change to 6-12 hours, interval all and then zoom in to the bottom of the picture, the edge of antarctica ... you can see the sea ice moving over the course of a few hours with the sea currents ... Freakin WOW ...
Thank you Himawari 8!!!
Check out that Rain shadow top of Tas.
Meh ... thats nothing, check out the wake of the Grampians!