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Resources, maps and more from Fullervision Enterprises

Latest updates―November 2017

I've added two specialty models (an ocean/lake wave model and a radio wave bending model), as well as the Japanese long-range model. I'm also shifting to a simplified design template across the site.

Fullervision.net's Weekly Weather Forecast (PDF)

Today's Weather (from the WPC):

Weather map

Current Conditions Maps (RADAR, satellite and lightning)


Current conditions:

SATELLITE

SURFACE

RADAR

Upper Air

Soundings, plots, cross-sections

Astronomy

Sun, moon, seasons

LIGHTNING

Satellite-RADAR
U.S. Satellite/Radar composite
Surface-RADAR (loop this)
Surface and RADAR loop
U.S.-Canada RADAR
U.S./Canadian Radar Composite
Surface-Satellite (loop this)
Surface - Satellite Animation
Surface Analysis (loop this)
Surface Analysis Thumbnail

Regional RADAR

Regional composite

Italics indicate non-government radars.

Terrestrial lightning detection
(GOES-16 lightning detection)
(IR) (Visible) (Vapor) (Sounder)
U.S. visible satellite

History / climatology

Local climate:

US Lightning map

Seasonal products


Model guidance

Synoptic scale:

HRRR
High Resolution Rapid Refresh- 0-15 hours
RAP
Rapid Refresh - 0-18 hours
RUC
Rapid Update Cycle - 0-24 hours (moribund)
RPM
Rapid Precision Mesoscale
WRF-ARW
Weather Research & Forecasting (Advanced) - 0-48 hours
RDPS
Regional Deterministic Prediction System (Canada) - 0-48 hours
Formerly the Regional GEM
RDPS Ensemble
NAMX
North American Mesocale extra-high (3km) resolution
NAM-HIRES
North American Mesoscale High Resolution - 0-60 hours
NAM
North American Mesoscale - 0-84 hours
MOS Compilation Graphics
SREF
Short Range Ensemble Forecast - 0-87 hours
ARPEGE
French forecast model - 0-4.5 days
MPAS
Model for Prediction Across Scales - 0-7.5 days
JMA-GSM
Japan Meteorological Agency Global Spectral Model - 0-8 days
Alternate GSM link (0-84 hours)
NavGEM
Navy Global Environmental Model - 0-8 days
GDPS
Global Deterministic Prediction System (Canada) - 0-10 days
Formerly the Global Environmental Mesoscale (GEM)
GDPS Ensemble (Mean-Spread, 0-16 days, Postage Stamp)
ECMWF-IFS
Integrated Forecast System (Euro) - 0-10 days
More ECMWF options
FIM
Flow-following, finite-volume Icosahedral Model - 0-14 days
NAEFS
North American Ensemble Forecast System - 0-16 days
GFS
Global Forecast System - 0-16 days
GFS-MOS Compilation Graphics
GFS Ensemble (Mean-Spread, Spaghetti, Postage Stamp 0-10 days)
JMA-EPS
Ensemble Prediction System (Japan)
1-4 weeks, in one-to-two-week intervals
CFSv2
Coupled Forecast System / Climate Forecast System
1-4 weeks, in one-week intervals
Daily max/min temperatures, 1-90 days & other data 3-6 weeks

Mesoscale:

Local WRF
From the NWS Buffalo Office - Western & Central NY
Regional RPM
From WGN-TV - Chicago - Midwestern U.S.

Specialty

WaveWatch 3
Ocean Waves / Great Lakes - 0-10 days
Hepburn
Atmospheric radio wave bending - 0-6 days

Model output statistics:

NWS guidance

Links


About this page / legal disclaimers

This page contains a collection of images and links to assist meteorologists (such as myself) in producing forecasts. It includes links to radar, surface analyses, satellite images, model forecasts, upper-air soundings and maps, and the like. Some of the content on here is experimental. While most of the content on here is either public domain (U.S. government data) or freely licensed (Canadian and Japanese government data), there are some items that are copyrighted (television station RADARs, some forecast models, New York State government data, and the USPLN lightning detection maps) and may only be used and redistributed under the terms and conditions set by the copyright holder.

While this page has been made in good faith, neither Fullervision.net nor its owner makes any warranty or statement regarding the reliability of these products and will not be held liable for anything stemming from its use. You alone are responsible for what you do with this information.

Please note: Many of the tools on this page are meant to be used by meteorologists trained in their usage. Amateurs are free to peruse the materials, and if they can understand them, more power to them. However, if you get in over your heads... don't say I didn't warn you.

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