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European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts
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United Nations 9h
The annual 📸 competition is open for entries until 15 August. This year's theme is "Climate and Water" and winning entries will appear in the 2020 WMO calendar.
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Copernicus ECMWF 9h
is a huge dataset - just want to download data for a specific area? Our Change Service () forum will tell you how: ➡️ The forum for users - become part of the community.
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Historic weather observation data held by National Meteorological and Hydrological Services can improve the backbone of in situ data and boost downstream services delivered through the Copernicus Climate Change Service . Learn more here:
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EUMETSAT Jul 17
from 11 to 15 July. Although weakening, it is still bringing some rain 🌧️ and wind inland of . The visualisation was compiled thanks to the Centre de Météorologie Spatiale with data coming from and .
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Copernicus ECMWF Jul 17
The season will start soon and the Monitoring Service (CAMS) will be keeping an eye on what's happening. ➡️ The animation shows the 2018 hole... What do you think 2019 will bring?
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Copernicus ECMWF Jul 17
“ERA5-Land provides a consistent view of the change in land-surface conditions over several decades” ❗️New dataset released. First of its kind - providing global, hourly, high-resolution information of use in , , ... ➡️
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Copernicus ECMWF Jul 16
Our annual User Survey helps us collect valuable input so we can keep improving the Change Service () & Monitoring Service (CAMS). The 2019 Survey is open - please share your thoughts: CAMS➡️ C3S➡️
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Carlo Buontempo Jul 16
If you missed it, last week released ERA5-Land . I am convinced many of you will find this dataset interesting and useful.
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EUMETSAT Jul 15
We're celebrating four years of MSG-4 today! The satellite was launched on 15 July 2015 and went on to become our prime geostationary orbiting satellite🛰️: -11, providing us with images of the  every 15 minutes 🌍. 
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Mark Parrington Jul 15
Boreal & have continued to be well above 2003-2018 average for the last 4-5 weeks. On 14 July the Atmosphere Monitoring Service GFAS estimated CO2 emissions surpassed 2017/18 July totals & looks set to continue increasing.
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ECMWF Jul 15
Creative and interactive sessions took pride of place in last month’s Using ECMWF’s Forecasts meeting . The meetings give ECMWF data users an opportunity to learn about the Centre’s plans, new products and services. Find out more here:
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Florian Pappenberger Jul 13
We have updated our “Known IFS forecasting issues” - the page also shows how we are trying to solve them - have others? Contact us!
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EUMETSAT Users Jul 15
Now that we have three Metop satellites in orbit, we're getting great views of weather events like these thunderstorms across eastern and Northern Finland in June
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ECMWF Jul 11
The global forecasting system of the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service was successfully upgraded on 9 July. Find out how the changes improve forecasts:
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Copernicus ECMWF Jul 10
The air around us is filled with particulate matter which, over time, has an adverse effect on aircraft. ✈️ But now, Monitoring Services (CAMS) data are bringing something new to the aircraft maintenance market... Learn more ➡️
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ECMWF Jul 9
Replying to @HurricaneRiley5
For a detailed discussion of how ECMWF is addressing the challenges of tropical cyclone forecasting, including initialisation and rapid intensification, see this recent journal article:
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ECMWF Jul 8
ECMWF’s Annual Report 2018 is now available online, reviewing improvements in forecast performance, advances in research, the Centre’s contributions to Europe’s Copernicus Earth observation programme, and preparations for the new data centre in Italy.
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Joaquín Muñoz-Sabater Jul 4
Very good analysis of the heatwave by J. Nuñez Mora , using and data. Attribution studies start to take off .
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CHE Project Jul 4
collaboration with (logical) a S+T+ARTS residency will enhance use & relevance of information for individuals exploring with datasets. Involved & met
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ECMWF Jul 4
From 17 September, dissemination of ENS and ENS-WAM daily products will be brought forward by 20 minutes, ENS Extended products by 120 minutes. More info:
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