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Norman Lynagh[_4_] January 11th 18 01:19 PM

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Perhaps I am being slow, but I have just come across the following site

https://weather.us/

Despite its rather unpromising URL it actually contains a wealth of
information relevant to our part of the world. In particular, it has a
huge volume of information from the 50-member ECMWF ensemble, plottable
right down to UK county level. There's lots of ECMWF info that I
haven't come across elsewhere. For example, it predicts that this part
of the country will have 15-20 cm of snow next week.

The defaults on the site are not ideal (Central Standard time, F, etc)
but all are customisable in the settings.

There are various other models available on the site that I haven't yet
investigated.

Apologies if this site is already well known!

--
Norman Lynagh
Tideswell, Derbyshire
303m a.s.l.
https://peakdistrictweather.org
Twitter: @TideswellWeathr

Metman2012[_3_] January 11th 18 03:31 PM

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On 11/01/2018 14:19, Norman Lynagh wrote:
Perhaps I am being slow, but I have just come across the following site

https://weather.us/

Despite its rather unpromising URL it actually contains a wealth of
information relevant to our part of the world. In particular, it has a
huge volume of information from the 50-member ECMWF ensemble, plottable
right down to UK county level. There's lots of ECMWF info that I
haven't come across elsewhere. For example, it predicts that this part
of the country will have 15-20 cm of snow next week.

The defaults on the site are not ideal (Central Standard time, °F, etc)
but all are customisable in the settings.

There are various other models available on the site that I haven't yet
investigated.

Apologies if this site is already well known!

Thanks Norman, never seen it before, so no apologies to me! Looks useful.

Will Hand January 11th 18 04:14 PM

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On Thu, 11 Jan 2018 16:31:20 +0000
Metman2012 wrote:

On 11/01/2018 14:19, Norman Lynagh wrote:
Perhaps I am being slow, but I have just come across the following site

https://weather.us/

Despite its rather unpromising URL it actually contains a wealth of
information relevant to our part of the world. In particular, it has a
huge volume of information from the 50-member ECMWF ensemble, plottable
right down to UK county level. There's lots of ECMWF info that I
haven't come across elsewhere. For example, it predicts that this part
of the country will have 15-20 cm of snow next week.

The defaults on the site are not ideal (Central Standard time, F, etc)
but all are customisable in the settings.

There are various other models available on the site that I haven't yet
investigated.

Apologies if this site is already well known!

Thanks Norman, never seen it before, so no apologies to me! Looks useful.

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Been known to UKWW for a while now. Worry is that they are promulgating
unlicensed ECM information, be careful how you use it.

Will
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Norman Lynagh[_4_] January 11th 18 06:14 PM

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Will Hand wrote:

On Thu, 11 Jan 2018 16:31:20 +0000
Metman2012 wrote:

On 11/01/2018 14:19, Norman Lynagh wrote:
Perhaps I am being slow, but I have just come across the
following site

https://weather.us/

Despite its rather unpromising URL it actually contains a wealth
of information relevant to our part of the world. In particular,
it has a huge volume of information from the 50-member ECMWF
ensemble, plottable right down to UK county level. There's lots
of ECMWF info that I haven't come across elsewhere. For example,
it predicts that this part of the country will have 15-20 cm of
snow next week.

The defaults on the site are not ideal (Central Standard time,
F, etc) but all are customisable in the settings.

There are various other models available on the site that I
haven't yet investigated.

Apologies if this site is already well known!

Thanks Norman, never seen it before, so no apologies to me! Looks
useful.

---
This email has been checked for viruses by AVG.
http://www.avg.com


Been known to UKWW for a while now. Worry is that they are
promulgating unlicensed ECM information, be careful how you use it.

Will


An interesting conundrum, Will. If someone puts the information on a
website that's available to the public there's nothing to stop me, or
anyone else, from looking at it. Once I have looked at it I can't
'unlearn' what I have seen. I don't 'use' it. I merely look at it for
my own interest. However, if someone chose to issue a weather forecast
based on the information and received payment for that forecast, I see
no harm in that, especially if the source data was not identified. This
is the 21st century in which data is largely open. We're not in the
dark days of the 1970s anymore.

--
Norman Lynagh
Tideswell, Derbyshire
303m a.s.l.
https://peakdistrictweather.org
Twitter: @TideswellWeathr

Richard Dixon[_3_] January 11th 18 10:48 PM

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On Thursday, 11 January 2018 17:14:27 UTC, wrote:

Been known to UKWW for a while now. Worry is that they are promulgating
unlicensed ECM information, be careful how you use it.


They must be fairly comfortable with their data given they advertise it thus:

Weather.us - Home of free ECMWF/Euro model
Your one stop shop for Radar, Satellite imagery, & Forecast Models inc. ECMWF & exclusive 1x1 km SwissHD.

The site is a little bit clunky, but beggars can't be choosers. A boon. You'll also find on the same site single site ensemble forecasts from the EC (amongst others).

Richard


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