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UPDATE 1/16/2020: The NWS Albuquerque 5km and 1km WRF-ARW modeling domains will no longer be supported after March 2, 2020. There are various other high resolution modeling resources available, including but no limited to; the Storm Prediction Center 3km WRF-ARW, WRF-NMM, and HREF-2, the Texas Tech University 3km WRF, the Earth Systems Laboratory 3km HRRR, and various high resolution NAM/WRF nests from the Environmental Modeling Center. We would like to send special thanks to Robert A. Rozumalski, PhD, for his invaluable support of our local modeling operations over the past 11 years.


latest model run: 12Z17jan2020
Surface and Derived Fields
3h Precipitation & 700mb Temperature
Loop
Simulated Radar Reflectivity
Loop
MSLP & 10m Wind Loop
Wind Gust & 10m Wind Loop
Temperature & 10m Wind
Loop
Relative Humidity
Loop
Precipitable Water
Loop
CAPE & CIN Loop
Lifted Index Loop
Standard Pressure Level Fields
700mb Temp & Wind Loop
700mb Relative Humidity & Omega Loop
500mb Height, Vorticity & Wind Loop
300mb Height & Wind Loop
200mb Height & Wind Loop
latest model run: 12Z17jan2020
Surface and Derived Fields
1h Precip & 700mb Temperature
Loop
Simulated Radar Reflectivity
Loop
MSLP & 10m Wind Loop
Wind Gust & 10m Wind Loop
Temperature 10m Wind
Loop
Relative Humidity
Loop
Precipitable Water
Loop
CAPE & CIN Loop
Lifted Index Loop
Standard Pressure Level Fields
800mb Height & Wind Loop
700mb Height & Wind Loop
700mb RH & Omega Loop
500mb Height, Vorticity, Wind Loop
300mb Height & Wind Loop
200mb Height & Wind Loop