Base Time: Fri 22 Apr 2022 12 UTC T+24 Valid time: Sat 23 Apr 2022 12 UTC (T+24)
Probabilities: 24h precipitation
The plot shows probability information derived from the ensemble forecast system (ENS), specifically the Probability of 24-h accumulated precipitation (rain and snow) exceeding 1 mm (colour shading in %). The probabilities are based on the number of forecast members which meet the criteria (each member is assigned an equal probability of 1/50).
Radio frequency interference poses serious risks to numerical weather prediction and other fields. Stephen English takes us through the key issues discussed at the RFI 2022 workshop on monitoring, mitigation, and management.
Europe experienced its warmest summer on record, and one of the most intense fire seasons in 30 years, according to the European State of the Climate 2021, published by the Copernicus Climate Change Service, implemented by ECMWF and funded by the European Union.
The spring 2022 issue of the ECMWF Newsletter is now available. As well as news about ECMWF staff and events, it features articles about new developments and the use that can be made of ECMWF products.
Our global numerical model has evolved from atmosphere only to encompass the Earth system as a whole. This Earth system approach underpins all our forecasts and it has opened up the development of a range of environmental services.
7 April 2022
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