For the ongoing NOAA
New England Temperature and Air Quality (TAQ) experiment with regional
ensemble forecasts, please click here
NEW: Starting from 09z July 9,
2002, 5 new SREF members with the Kain-Fritch version of Eta have been
added to the NCEP SREF system. Also a new and more user-friendly SREF
web page with animations will be implemented soon!
Disclaimer: Although the NCEP SREF system has
been running operationally, its data dissemination including this web
site is not operational. Therefore, the completeness and timeliness of this
site is not guaranteed.
From late April, 2001
(June 5, 2001 officially), the NCEP SREF system has been implemented as
"Real-Time Testing and Evaluation" (RTTE) and running real time at
production side. The SREF products are available to all forecasters through
this web site (but NOT part of RTTE!) as well as to NCEP service centers via
Grib and Gempak data. For external users, ftp access to grib data (grid 212:
individul members, ensemble mean, spread and probabilities of selected
variables are available through NCEP ftp site (ftpprd.ncep.noaa.gov; LOGIN:
anonymous; PASSWD: your email address; directory:
For this update, you can click here for a
detailed description or
here for an outline (05/24/01 CAFTI information item).
Click here to see the NCEP/HPC's SREF-based Flash Flood Guidance (FFG).
Click here to see the
application of the NCEP SREF at the PennSate NWS office for their daily weather