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Announcements & Events
- Zhou et al., 2022: The Development of the NCEP Global Ensemble Forecast System Version 12. Published in Weather and Forecasting
- Purser, Rancic, and Pondeca, 2022: The Multigrid Beta Function Approach for Modeling of Background Error Covariance in the Real-Time Mesoscale Analysis (RTMA). Published in Monthly Weather Review
- Belochitski and Krasnopolsky, 2021: Robustness of neural network emulations of radiative transfer parameterizations in a state-of-the-art general circulation model. Published in Geoscientific Model Development
- Black et al., 2021: A Limited Area Modeling Capability for the Finite-Volume Cubed-Sphere (FV3) Dynamical Core and Comparison with a Global Two-Way Nest. Published in Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems
- Carley et al., 2021: Variational assimilation of web camera-derived estimates of visibility for Alaska aviation. Published in Experimental Results
- Wang et al., 2021: A New Horizontal Mixing-Length Formulation for Numerical Simulations of Tropical Cyclones. Published in Weather and Forecasting
- More Publications
- NOAA 2021 Science Report .
- JNWPU/NMC/NCEP Model History: 1955-Present .
- UFS Community July-December 2021 Bulletin
- NOAA : Meeting the Moment
- MDAB-Physics Lead Dr. Fanglin Yang profiled in the "Faces of the National Weather Service" web site
- NOAA News Release on Global Forecast System Version 16 Implementation
- Public release of the Unified Forecast System Short-Range Weather Application v1.0
- The Joint Center for Satellite Data Assimilation announces the first public release of JEDI-FV3
- Now Playing: NOAA Weather Partners video on EMC
- Public release of the Unified Forecast System Medium Range Weather Application v1.1
- There is a moritorium on upgrades to the NCEP Production Suite during its conversion to run on the WCOSS2 Cray Shasta system. Production Suite upgrades are expected to resume in 2023. See the EMC Model Evaluation Group's Implementations table for the list of upgrades from 2019-2021.