@ TZ said in Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) data and forecast are now accessible on Windy.:
@ ivo We display total column of ozone, for monitoring of ozone holes = "the area where ozone columns are less than 220 Dobson Units (DU)". Antarctic ozone hole is seasonal. According to Copernicus, 2018's ozone hole "was one of the largest holes of recent years". Full article about 2018 Antarctic ozone hole season: https://atmosphere.copernicus.eu/2018-antarctic-ozone-hole-season-get essay-charts
It's obviously one of the most alarming statements I have ever read. I check the ozone forecast charts predictions daily. Here's the reference to the ozone layer monitoring and the graphics updated on a daily basis: https://atmosphere.copernicus.eu/monitoring-ozone-layer
I think its too early to be sure. Forecasts are changing day by day.
ECMWF and GFS are not in agreement for the situation (Sat. 26 Oct / 12 Z)
For medicanes in previous years:
Nov. 2017 https://community.windy.com/topic/4935/medicane
Sep. 2018 https://community.windy.com/topic/6788/a-medicane-expected
@RandyBonnette said in NOAA is about to make some big changes to its global weather model:
Here's where you can get more information about FV3-GFS new model: Significant information on the FV3-GFS https://www.emc.ncep.noaa.gov/users/meg/fv3gfs/website and select model (real-time): https://data1.gfdl.noaa.gov/fvGFS/fvGFS_products.php Or find the Pivotalweather portal. You can compare the data there too.
Thanks for recommendations