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Phenomenon Date Assessment
V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 V6 V7 V8 V9
convection 2013 05 02                                    
2012 08 01 3   4 +1                            
2009 07 23                                    
2005 07 18 4   4 0                            
heavy precipitation 2011 11 04                                    
2011 10 25 8                                  
2011 10 10                                    
stratus / fog 2011 11 24                                    
Föhn 2009 07 23 6   5 -1 5 0                        
2006 12 08 6   6 0 5 -1                        
1999 10 24 5   5 0 6 +1                        
valley winds 2009 08 14 4                                  
2009 08 11 4                                  
1999 10 26 -   4                              
1999 09 12 5   4 -1 5 +1                        
wind energy 1999 11 10 -   3                              
1999 11 06 -   5                              
1999 11 03 4   5 +1                            
1999 10 03 5   4 -1                            
1999 09 29 -   5                              
                                       
example YYYY MM DD 8   7 -1 4 -3 6 +2 9 +3 10 +1 10 0 9 -1 9 0

legend

  • Vn: Version number; can be derived from array element 47 in PDS (GRIB), 'version' in 'global attributes, source' (Trash.NetCDF), and 'version' on plots, respectively, as INT(xxx/30.)+1
  • Assessment, first column for each version: overall quality of forecast; number between 0 (crap) and 10 (perfect)
  • Assessment, second column for each version: difference of quality of this version as compared to preceding version

To be added: link to extra-page with description of different versions (YU*)

For more information on myCOSMO-NExT, please contact marco.arpagaus [at] meteoswiss.ch.

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