Nordicweather

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weatherc
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Nordicweather

Post by weatherc » Tue Sep 25, 2012 2:46 am

Hi there,

My test with zoomable maps on my weatherstationpage here:
http://www.nordicweather.net/ennustekartat.php

In use NMM + GrADS + Mapnik for the maptiles :)

// Henkka

wrf_model
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Re: Nordicweather

Post by wrf_model » Sun Sep 30, 2012 5:57 pm

weatherc wrote:Hi there,

My test with zoomable maps on my weatherstationpage here:
http://www.nordicweather.net/ennustekartat.php

In use NMM + GrADS + Mapnik for the maptiles :)

// Henkka
Dear,

I saw your page! Excellent work :-) I saw parameter "significant hail". You plot it with grads? If yes can i have script for it?

Thank you for your time!

weatherc
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Re: Nordicweather

Post by weatherc » Sun Sep 30, 2012 7:04 pm

wrf_model wrote: I saw your page! Excellent work :-) I saw parameter "significant hail". You plot it with grads? If yes can i have script for it?
Sure. Yes, i plot it with Grads. I found it on a Australian forum when googled around :)

'define hail=(capesfc*(rh2m/5))*((t700-t500)/2.5908)*((t500-273.16)*-1)*(shear(u500,v500,ugrd10m,vgrd10m))/44000000/2*100)'

t500/700 are temperatures
u500/v500 are winds
Output are probility in %.

// Henkka

wrf_model
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Re: Nordicweather

Post by wrf_model » Tue Oct 02, 2012 6:19 pm

weatherc wrote:
wrf_model wrote: I saw your page! Excellent work :-) I saw parameter "significant hail". You plot it with grads? If yes can i have script for it?
Sure. Yes, i plot it with Grads. I found it on a Australian forum when googled around :)

'define hail=(capesfc*(rh2m/5))*((t700-t500)/2.5908)*((t500-273.16)*-1)*(shear(u500,v500,ugrd10m,vgrd10m))/44000000/2*100)'

t500/700 are temperatures
u500/v500 are winds
Output are probility in %.

// Henkka
Thank you very much!

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johnbasham
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Re: Nordicweather

Post by johnbasham » Fri Feb 01, 2013 10:55 pm

Outstanding site and layout. I am currently developing an open source site for Storm Spotters, Storm Chasers, Emergency Managers, and Meteorologists in Texas. Your site is very inspiring.

John Basham
Project Director/Senior Meteorologist
The Storm Spotter Project
Fort Worth, Texas
Warmest Regards,
John Basham
Project Director/Senior Meteorologist
The Storm Spotter Project
Fort Worth, Texas

www.JohnBasham.com

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