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Korina thanks !! Let me ask you 2 more please ... what is the difference between the reference time and the forecast time ? Im in eastern canada , the reference time shown is changing twice a day at 00:00:00z (19Hr) and 12:00:00z(7HR). However ECMWF seems to update twice a day at 3am and 3 pm eastern time . Even if I convert the forecast time reference time and reference time , the hours dont match . Last question. For the total new snow, should I really look at the reference time or at the last update of the forecast time for the most accurate reference ? Thanks !!!!
@harpik1 said in Inversion layer.:
Yes, I understand that but I wanted to check out on map where such thing is predicted and probably recognize area where it is happening due to human activity and where it is naturally occurring.
I understand that you would like to see inversion of temperature on a map. But I don’t think that inversion of temperature is due to human activity such as industrial activity. It is just a natural phenomenon that occurs specially in cold season. It brings stratus or even fog when the inversion is close to the ground. In an industrial region the inversion traps the air pollutants. IMHO temperature inversion is the cause of the pollution concentration, not the consequence.
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@cirrus48 From the iOS keyboard on your iPhone or iPad: First hit the “123” button to see the numerical keypad. Now you can access the degree sign by tapping and holding the 0 (zero) key. This will reveal the degree symbol, and this can be selected through a pop-up menu that appears over the key. Alternatively you can copy and paste from anywhere.