New models available including full free global ECMWF/10 days

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  1. Joerg Kachelmann

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    For your chasing needs:

    Global ECMWF (Ensemble plumes to be added soon) - choose state, county, time

    https://weather.us/model-charts/euro

    For metric results: https://kachelmannwetter.com/de/modellkarten/euro/europa-afrika/temperatur.html

    Other models on the sites including 0,8x0,8 mi models for five areas in the US (Swiss HD) any many more elsewhere, parameters including many for severe weather. Example: Temperature Mariposa County #cawx

    https://weather.us/model-charts/friscoyosemite/mariposa/temperature-f.html
     
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  2. Mark Ellinwood

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    How are you getting that level of access to ECMWF data?
     
  3. Joerg Kachelmann

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    Money. Like others do too. We just thought, weather is for everybody since nobody else thought so, so we did that and here you go. More in a few days (ensemble, marine stuff...)
     
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  4. rdale

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  5. Joerg Kachelmann

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    There will be a mouseover down the road. Temperature is not the most exciting feature of the ECMWF anyway.

    One solution though until then: see the forecast for every place with the model comparison tool (every place world wide, flag of Norway is ECMWF) - choose other parameters from menu:

    https://weather.us/forecast/4985680-bennington/xltrend

    Or another way to see your place in ECMWF is this (will soon be upgraded to 3hourly forecast):

    https://weather.us/forecast/4985680-bennington/essentials
     
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  6. Joerg Kachelmann

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    Until we are good enough so you can enjoy the ECMWF temperature bands, maybe check our radar archive from 1991 like

    https://weather.us/radar-us/ff1758df00701a24cdf118ddb9dc8240/reflectivity/KTLX_19990504-0022z.html

    or world wide lightning detection, for lightning analysis (already on for US and Asia, go to county level, then click on flash icon

    https://weather.us/lightning

    Or enjoy Hires sat imagery world wide including GOES16 at home, Meteosat from Europe to Middle East and Himawari for Asia/Australia.
     
  7. rdale

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    Thanks! What is the source of lightning data and how often does that update?
     
  8. Joerg Kachelmann

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    Hi, lightning is different sources, you can see the update rate in the menu, 5 minutes. From tomorrow or so, we are gonna add the grid point values into the county maps, so the ECMWF output (and others) will look like this (metric example, on www.weather.us your familiar weird numbers ;-) - hoping it makes you more happy!

    ECMWFgrid.png
     
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  10. Joerg Kachelmann

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    It says 1 pm CDT so I think that's quite correct. Individual settings will be available soon. We are a startup, not the Weather Channel or worse, so not all the nice to have features are available immediately. Content first.
     
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  11. rdale

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    But we're in EDT so that's what I was mentioning it for :)
     
  12. David Williams

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    Wow! ECMWF data for free? That's incredible! Thanks, I'll definitely be using it.


    Sent from my SM-G955U using Stormtrack mobile app
     
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  13. rdale

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    One more suggestion would be to add the severe parameters to the XL table. Much easier to see at a glance.
     
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  15. Joerg Kachelmann

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  16. rdale

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    Just as a heads up - individually plotting 50 members is not something people do. Having a spaghetti model / spread would be very valuable though.
     
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  17. Mark Ellinwood

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    Wouldn't this level of data, with rights to put it on the web for free, run at least six figures per year to do? At my old job, we had less data than this, were not allowed to share it for free, and were paying six figures for it.
     
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    Wow. That is amazing. Very generous of you. Thank you.

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    Very nice! Going to use this and will recommend it to anyone needing this kind of data.
     
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  21. Joerg Kachelmann

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    Thanks for helping the 59 year meteorologist with news. Worldwide Spaghetti in soon.
     
  22. Joerg Kachelmann

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    Only trying to help.
     
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    We appreciate that. But how do you plan to sustain this?
     
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