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Discussion in 'Daily & Chat' started by Ian D, Jul 3, 2013.
Not sure if i'm in the right thread, but just wondering if this service is worth signing up to?
Or will the links already here be just fine?
Nope. They don't even have GFS out to 16 days which is like everywhere!
Personally, I'd subscribe just to see videos of Mick storm chase...
That haircut is loose
One of the best global resources online. http://www.stormhamster.com/climate.htm
Lots of links to go through there!
meant to park this here
Here's another along the lines of Ventusky,
Kite-surf / Sailboard crew put me onto this.
Has options for EC and GFS.
Very kewl IMO
got it at post #6
Plenty of toys on there.
This is an experimental model called MPAS, mainly for cyclones. Enjoy!
Also the sole public source of EC Precipitation charts. Lots of people I know use it for that reason.
So I read there has been an update to the Cloud Atlas.
First since 1987.
Be some really interesting stuff in here I am sure.
Another very handy resource I found just now ( couldn't stand watching Parra flog Penny Panthers any more)
Explains a lot of what get's kicked around in the weather threads by jwx , pow , jelly , cc, verm and co.
Most everything in here I found really informative.
Essential reading if you want to add to understanding.
Hmmm snowvicreport dot com shows "Your connection may not be secure".
Also Pete the Frog's Snowatch at WWW.snowwatch.com.au
A number of years ago I used to look at a site that had a 3D model of each Austrlian ski resort showing snow levels on the model for each day. Can't find it anywhere now. Can anyone direct me to the web site or has it been discontinued?
Welcome back Keith!
Sorry I wouldn't know what that website is. Never seen it in my life. But I am sure somebody here would know?
But if you wanted snow levels, you can join our weather community here and read about all the different opinions on snow forecasts. I don't think many people here read the Snowatch forecast, due to a bit of a backstory...
Falls ck. Balcony Cam seems to provide the information.....everything would appear to be of less importance!!!
I think that's Cedarwood Cam with its table and bicycle ensemble!
Not sure if jellybeans has post this link already in another thread.
Atm they are free to the public both EC/GFS on the link.Basically they are ryan maue plots. Weatherbell was once a free to public-- models weather site before ryan's models. With these plots now @ weather us models not expecting it to stay tree for long.
No I haven't.... was waiting for you actually.
This is a very big deal, free access EC data available to the public. Yes Windy and the weather.us main site have had it for a while. But these are the best charts available on the net. I don't agree with Ryan on many issues, but I thank him for making this public. He has GFS, UKMET, EC and HRRR atm. I believe ICON and ACCESS are on order.
FYI jwx, people who are close to Ryan and his new co have said that these charts will be free and available to the public forever. But some of the more complex things like soundings, ensembles, monthlies and experimental models will be paid. I don't know all the details, but we will all know soon enough. I believe EC snow plots are next.
1) why was you waiting on me for the link?
2Who are those close to RM?
Simple parameters free, complex ones paid.
Dont know if those two have any inside info. To my knowledge from a senior
tropical pro met he left w/bell because joe B is the king pin forecaster.
sour grapes lol.
Ian doesn't, the other guy seems to know what he's talking about.
I watched one Joe B vid and that was it. He is a little annoying TBH. It's also annoying because American weather forums I am on seem to treat the guy as more than he is..... Ryan was the only real talent wxbell had.
Excellent site. Interesting to see when and what format his Verification section has .
You on yankie forums to, how many are on lol. One is enough for me
yup pugski, some interesting folk there. I like to keep my options open personally. I'm a regular there, here and snowheads.
This is how he does his verifications.... not current.
S Hem ?
We will have to wait and see. Not quite sure if he had on WxBell?
No its always 500mb NH EC v's GFS. UKMET not shown has been on par
or better than the EC
There you go @Kletterer. Guess that's the reason why Maue has been pushing for UKMET....
Interesting times ahead. Upward trend in skill levels hopefully becoming a tangible reality.
UK Met. Wow. thats interesting.
UK Met has always been good.
In fact it was my fav for short range (72 hours or less).
Unfortunately the site I got UK Met charts seem to have died and weather online stopped publishing them.
Some more free models.
Nice, but it does look like it only has the free EC parameters. What you would expect of a .org site.
There is ther good stuff on the home page.
Looks like Ryan is giving out all the data for free. Snow accum is now out He's said stuff about adding EPS ensembles. Should be really good when the whole thing is out.
Now you blokes are really trying to confuse us (me).
I'm having to spring clean out my bookmarks keep it down to a manageble 8 or 10 or, hang on a sec....
I wish M Ventrice's mob @wsi would follow suit those ec bias corrected
ens plots he some times posts are gold for looking for trends.
That would be actually amazing. Don't think that will happen though.
Precip verification forecast scores full sh.
bias/corrected ec mjo.http://www.foxholemets.org/mjophase.htm
looks a decent signal is moving into the wpac. Typhoon watch next 2weeks.
EC Seasonal forecasts(and Met Office and Met France seasonal forecasts) released to the public for the first time, in the Copernicus program. Contains basic parameters, released around the 15th of every month, about a week after the EC Seasonal is released to those who pay. Great tool.
Lightning tracker (Oceania, US & European regions)