GRIB archive
Post by iconPost by zezo | 2018-01-30 | 09:12:51

This is a less known feature of this site, but I'm keeping an archive of the past GRIB files as used by the router.

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Post by iconPost by zezo | 2018-01-30 | 09:17:57
Files with names like 20180130_012.grib are the individual forecasts as currently used by the router, and they do change over time.

You can check the difference between subsequent forecasts by downloading the above file now and again in few hours. The times in the file listing are in UTC.

The all_2018... files are the entire 16-day forecast coming from that GRIB run (without the first/current wind data)

You can use software like zygrib and ugrib to view those files.
Post by iconPost by nsp | 2018-01-30 | 10:37:37
Thanks a lot Cvetan this is the raw thing, right?

By the way, you have any idea for what is happening?
Post by iconPost by zezo | 2018-01-30 | 11:21:23
Nothing happens, just the doldrums.

OK, doldrums combined with the 4 knot limit. Without the minimum we'd be in a 1 knot variable wind and it would look more natural. Or we would not be there at all, seeking better pressure elsewhere.
Post by iconPost by nsp | 2018-01-30 | 12:01:23
Your doldrums are a little bit south this year uh? :P roughly 500 to 600Nm than the average.´

Edited: You are right it's pacific and it's January the doldrums come down, sorry :)

I'm not asking about the weather per se but if that under the tech point of view you see significant changes on the game behaviour. Because I am a total noob tech and I notice some differerences. But I guess your answer has been given and it's no.

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