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Weather and Society Watch provided a forum for those interested in the societal impacts of weather and weather forecasting to discuss and debate relevant issues, ask questions, and stimulate... more

Weather and Society Watch

The Weather and Society discussion group is for researchers, forecasters, forecast users, policy makers, and other interested parties to post and receive information relevant to the societal... more

Weather and Society Community Discussion Board

The  NCAR's GIS Program Climate Change Scenarios GIS data portal is intended to serve a community of GIS users interested in climate change. The free datasets of climate change projections can be... more

GIS Program Climate Change Scenarios
Global Climatology Analysis Tool (GCAT)

Climate-FDDA uses the RT-FDDA system (MM5/WRF mesoscale model + assimilation of observations) to build a database of gridded “weather” phenomena over a particular region of earth

“Weather... more

Climate-Four Dimensional Data Assimilation (C-FDDA)
The Climate Inspector is an interactive web application which expands Geographic Information Systems (GIS) mapping and graphing capabilities to visualize possible temperature and precipitation... more
Climate Inspector
WRF Model Output

The Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model is a next-generation mesoscale numerical weather prediction system designed to serve both atmospheric research and operational... more

WRF model output showing simulated radar reflectivity (dBZ) for Typhoon Mawar at 3.3-km (2.1-mi) grid spacing. Time period is from 0000 UTC 22 August 2005 to 0000 UTC 24 August 2005.
DICast® System

Two new postprocessing methods are proposed to reduce numerical weather prediction’s systematic and random errors. The first method consists of running a postprocessing algorithm inspired by the... more

Analog Kalman Filter (AnKF)

Many  managers of urban water utilities have only a limited understanding of climate change and how it may affect their ability to continue serving their customers' needs in a cost-effective and... more

The Climate Risk Management engine (CRMe) is an extensible, efficient NCL-based code set (with capability to integrate R packages) used to process and analyze large climate data sets (daily or... more

As part of NASA and NREL funded projects, a new method has been proposed and demonstrated for the long-term estimate of the wind speeds at a target site, a key step in wind resource assessments (... more