STORM-FEST: NMC Aviation Model Data in New GRIB
NMC ran the Aviation model (T126) every 12 h (00, 12 UTC) with 12 h forecasts up to 48 h at a standard resolution of about 100 km. Standard fields are available at 18 levels from the surface to 100 mb (6 layers below 850 mb to pre- serve the PBL). the data cutoff was 2.75 h and the output format was the new GRIB. This new format began on 13 Feb. This output includes pressure, temperature, specific humidity, u and v wind components, and altitude among others.
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- originator: National Meteorological Center
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National Meteorological Center, National Meteorological Center. 2011. STORM-FEST: NMC Aviation Model Data in New GRIB. Version 1.0. UCAR/NCAR - Earth Observing Laboratory. https://doi.org/10.26023/KN4E-MEAG-N00T. Accessed 01 Apr 2023.
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