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- Fri Apr 20, 2018 8:31 am
- Forum: UEMS v18.x support
- Topic: Something "strange"??? with total cld cover
- Replies: 4
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This shown on map is pretty obviously fog (check low level relative humidity to ensure). With that being said, WRF is generally very bad in forecasting fog, so there is no guarantee that this should happen at all.
There should be a symlink from GEOGRID.TBL to GEOGRID.TBL.ARW if I remember correctly. I guess that DWIZ and/or EMS scripts should create that symlink if everything is right. If there is a problem, a bug or something is missing, try to create it yourself and see if this helps: ln -s /home/Nick/uems/...
- Tue Apr 03, 2018 10:15 pm
- Forum: EMS Hacking
- Topic: SPORTSST SERVER UNREACHABLE
- Replies: 2
- Views: 154
Hello, try this: Dear SPoRT modeling partners: For those of you utilizing the WRF Unified Environmental Modeling System (UEMS) framework for making local/regional WRF model runs, there are emergency patches that need to be made to your UEMS installation in order to continue acquiring SPoRT datasets ...
Hi First you must find out if that snow comes from input data or is created in model, or is maybe artifact from postprocessing. Without knowing that, it is impossible to recommend a fix. Can you try to find out that? You will most probably need ncview tool to look into met_em* files from metgrid (in...
I wonder do you have any meaningful humidity wihtin model? What do you see in relative humidity (free atmosphere levels) and cloud cover output? If that is also pretty much nothing then I know what is problem.