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Frigid Temperatures with Dangerous Wind Chills; Heavy Rain and Flooding

An arctic cold front will continue to plunge southward through the Plains, Mississippi Valley and the Northwest quadrant of the U.S. on Sunday. As a result, widespread frigid and well below normal temperatures are expected along with dangerous wind chills. Meanwhile, heavy rain and flooding are possible for the Gulf Coast states and much of Hawaii. Read More >

Model Data

Penn State Meteo Department's E-Map Wall

 

 NOAA National Center for Environmental Prediction (NCEP)

 Operational Guidance

NCEP's Full Operational Suite of Model Data (NAM, GFS, etc.)

Model Soundings via Global Systems Lab (GSL)

Known/Observed NCEP model Biases

NCEP Model Ouput Statistics (MOS): All MOS Text Products


Bob Hart's Banded Precip Diagnostics Page
Great wintertime reference for Conditional Symmetric Instability (CSI) and forecasting the bands of snow often associated with CSI.


Ensemble Forecast Links:

Rapid Refresh / CAMs Short Range Ensembles (SREF) Medium-Long Range Ensembles
NSSL CAMs (Convective Allowing Models) SPC NCEP SREF Plume Plots ENSEMBLE SITUATIONAL AWARENESS TABLES
Hi-Res Ensemble Forecast (HREF) SPC SREF Maps CDC/ESRL Map Room - GFS Ensemble Graphics. (plots to 360hrs)
NCEP Time-Lagged N. America Rapid Refresh Ensemble System (NARRE-TL)    

External Medium Range Links:

Enviro Canada: --------------------- (Canadian) Regional Scale (RDPS) Model Ouput (4-Panels)
ECMWF  (European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts)   ----------------  ECMWF Maps/Charts 

 

All NWS State College Text Statements/Forecasts: