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|Author:||JBull [ Sat Dec 30, 2006 10:25 pm ]|
|Post subject:||GRIB Forecast data for Europe|
Is there a place that I can FTP GRIB weather elements for Europe?
I run a non-profit forecast site for the astronomy community and would like to expand from CONUS to Europe/Asia/Canada
My website is http://www.astroforecast.org
The data is from NOAA NDFD in GRIB format. I'm looking for the same from other locations.
|Author:||britbob [ Sun Dec 31, 2006 2:44 am ]|
Unfortunately I think you`ll be limited to north america because the datasets are smaller like the grid 211. For Europe you`re looking at the global models which are much larger, Digital Atmosphere cannot ingest these large grib files/domains without crashing.
DAWS is very limited when it comes to grib. You might be better checking out Jeff Krob`s software, PcGridds/Wingridds which is really coming along nicely. It`s free and does a great job with nearly all the main grid domains.
|Author:||JBull [ Tue Jan 02, 2007 12:08 am ]|
Sorry I didn't specify more information. I won't be using Digital Atmosphere.
I just need to access GRIB forecasts, by ftp or http. I have many tools for handling the files after I get them. I am just looking for the proper place to get the GRIB. The forecast elements I'm looking for are Cloud Cover and Relative Humidity.
I have searched Google looking for some place to get the data. I have not found it yet. The data can be in GRIB or NetCDF format, or any other database format. Unfortunately most of the sites I have found with Google are foreign language and I can't read them. The UK MET site has no links that I can find to GRIB forecasts, only graphical.
It is possible that I will have to purchase access to forecast databases. Just hoping someone here knew the place to get basic forecast elements by free ftp.
|Author:||multidatasat [ Sun Feb 25, 2007 5:34 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re:Grib data for Europe|
You can download Grib data files for all weather parameters and for whole globe from http://nomad3.ncep.noaa.gov/
You can choose latitude and longitude and select your weather parameter.
You can choose GFS model at 0.5°x0.5° or 1°x1° of resolution.
You can use DAWS to draw the weather charts.
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