EMC's Model Evaluation Group

 The Model Evaluation Group (MEG) community is established to interact with the user community on issues related to the forecast systems of NCEP's Environmental Modeling Center (EMC).    It is used to discuss overall model performance and provide feedback on operational and parallel versions of the models which comprise the production suite.

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Intro to MEG Evaluation of FV3GFS Retrospective Cases

Hi all, For those who may have missed yesterday's MEG meeting, we discussed an overview of our plans for evaluating the FV3GFS retrospective cases. The covered information included a...

RE: Better handling of high-level Hurricane moisture outflow?

Hi Tim, Thanks for posting this case!  It's good to see that the FV3 performance was better overall here, and given it was consistently drier than the GFS for several runs, it...

Better handling of high-level Hurricane moisture outflow?

Here is something completely different.  For Fire Weather in the Intermountain West, it is often very subtle model differences that are VERY important.    When Fabio was decaying off the...

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RE: More evidence of FV3 being a bit wetter...

I believe I spoke too soon , and too inconclusively, in stating that this Southeast TX event was a clear indication that the FV3 was wetter in its lead-up forecasts than the GFS. ...

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