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Meteorologisk institutt

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Værkart fra Meteorologisk institutt. Tjenesten viser felt fra de til enhver tid beste modellene som MET produserer og tilbyr også observasjoner og noen avledede produkter. Prognosekartene består av data fra atmosfære-, hav- og bølgemodeller i ulike oppløsninger, med den beste oppløsningen tilgjengelig i nederste zoomnivåer. De fleste datasettene har timesoppløsning med en oppdateringsfrekvens på hver sjette time og gjelder for Norden 66 timer frem i tid.

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Værkart fra Meteorologisk institutt. Tjenesten viser felt fra de til enhver tid beste modellene som MET produserer og tilbyr også observasjoner og noen avledede produkter. Prognosekartene består av data fra atmosfære-, hav- og bølgemodeller i ulike oppløsninger, med den beste oppløsningen tilgjengelig i nederste zoomnivåer. De fleste datasettene har timesoppløsning med en oppdateringsfrekvens på hver sjette time og gjelder for Norden 66 timer frem i tid.

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Background map (proff.bl)

Ice concentration (ice.concentration)

Norwegian meteorological institute provides an Ice service that is responsible for warning of ice. The map is made daily and displays high-resolution concentration of ice in the percentage of METAREA 19, the WMO area that Norway has a forecast responsibility for. Detailed information about the concentration of ice for the fjords in Norway is not currently available.

The type of ice (ice.type)

Ice edge (ice.edge)

These maps are based on automatic processing from satellite images (Ocean and Sea Ice Satellite Application Facility (OSI SAF). The resolution is rough (about 10 km) and it is therefore not recommended to zoom in these maps. For a more detailed view of the ice condition then we recommend to use the Ice concentration map. The ice-edge map give an overview of the prevalence of various type of ice in the Arctic.

Radar precipitation intensity (radar_precipitation_intensity)

Intensity of precipitation radar data. Blue indicates precipitation; the darker the blue, the more intense precipitation. Resolution is 1km and the plot is refreshed every 15 min. Radar data goes three days back. There are radars from Norway, Sweden and Denmark.

Precipitation 3 hours (mm), isolines, regional (nedb_0m_mm_iso_regional)

The map shows the 3 hours accumulated precipitation as isolines. The precipitation is given in millimeters (mm). The model that calculates the precipitation is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Nedbør (mm) iso-linjer (arome.accumprecip.1h)

Nedbør iso-linjer (arome.precip1h.iso)

Precipitation 1 hour (mm), palette, regional (precipitation_mm_palette_regional)

The map shows the 1 hour accumulated precipitation as a palette. The precipitation is given in millimeters (mm). The model that calculates the precipitation is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Precipitation 1 hour (mm), palette, regional (arome.precip1h.colour)

The map shows the 1 hour accumulated precipitation as a palette. The precipitation is given in millimeters (mm). The model that calculates the precipitation is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Precipitation 3 hours (mm), palette, regional (nedb-akku-3t_0m_mm_palett_regional)

The map shows the 3 hours accumulated precipitation as a palette. The precipitation is given in millimeters (mm). The model that calculates the precipitation is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Precipitation 6 hours (mm), palette, regional (nedb-akku-6t_0m_mm_palett_regional)

The map shows the 6 hours accumulated precipitation as a palette. The precipitation is given in millimeters (mm). The model that calculates the precipitation is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Precipitation 12 hours (mm), palette, regional (nedb-akku-12t_0m_mm_palett_regional)

The map shows the 12 hours accumulated precipitation as a palette. The precipitation is given in millimeters (mm). The model that calculates the precipitation is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Precipitation 24 hours (mm), palette, regional (nedb-akku-24t_0m_mm_palett_regional)

The map shows the 24 hours accumulated precipitation as a palette. The precipitation is given in millimeters (mm). The model that calculates the precipitation is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Precipitation 3 hours (mm), isolines, global (nedb_0m_mm_iso_global)

The map shows the 3 hours accumulated precipitation as isolines. The precipitation is given in millimeters (mm). The model that calculates the precipitation is a global atmospheric weather model with 9km horizontal resolution that is developed at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF). The forecast length is 10 days (240 hours) and it is updated twice a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC and at 12UTC).

Precipitation 3 hours (mm), palette, global (nedb_0m_mm_palett_global)

The map shows the 3 hour accumulated precipitation as a palette. The precipitation is given in millimeters (mm). The model that calculates the temperature is a global atmospheric weather model with 9km horizontal resolution that is developed at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF). The forecast length is 10 days (240 hours) and it is updated twice a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC and at 12UTC).

Precipitation 6 hours (mm), palette, global (ec.precip_6h)

The map shows the 6 hours accumulated precipitation as a palette. The precipitation is given in millimeters (mm). The model that calculates the precipitation is a global atmospheric weather model with 9km horizontal resolution that is developed at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF). The forecast length is 10 days (240 hours) and it is updated twice a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC and at 12UTC).

Nedbør (0-240 timer) (ec.precip_12h)

Nedbør (0-240 timer) (ec.precip_24h)

Snow 1 hour (cm) palette (sno-aku-1t_0m_cm_palett_regional)

Snow 3 hours (cm) palette (sno-aku-3t_0m_cm_palett_regional)

Snow 6 hours (cm) palette (sno-aku-6t_0m_cm_palett_regional)

Snow 12 hours (cm) palette (sno-aku-12t_0m_cm_palett_regional)

Snow 24 hours (cm) palette (sno-aku-24t_0m_cm_palett_regional)

Tykkelse DZ(500-1000) - isolinjer (ec.dz500-1000)

Thickness 500hPa-1000hPa (m), palette, global (dz_500-1000_m_palett_global)

The map shows the thickness between the 500 hPa surface and the 1000 hPa surface as isolines combined with palette. The thickness is given in meters (m) and the intervall between the isolines and in the colour scale is 80 m. The model that calculates the thickness is a global atmospheric weather model with 9km horizontal resolution that is developed at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF). The forecast length is 10 days (240 hours) and it is updated twice a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC and at 12UTC).

Thickness 500-1000 (m), palette, regional (dz_500-1000_m_palett_regional)

The map shows the thickness between the 500 hPa surface and the 1000 hPa surface as isolines combined with palette. The thickness is given in meters (m) and the intervall between the isolines and in the colour scale is 80 m. The model that calculates the thickness is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Wind (knots), isolines, reginal (arome.ff.10m.knop)

The map shows the wind speed at 10 meters above ground as isolines. The wind speed is given in knots (kt). The model that calculates the wind is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Wind (knots), arrows, global (ec.vind.10m)

The map shows the wind speed at 10 meters above ground as arrows. The wind speed is given in knots (kt). A short line is 5 kt, a long line is 10 kt and a flag is 50kt. The model that calculates the wind is a global atmospheric weather model with 9km horizontal resolution that is developed at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF). The forecast length is 10 days (240 hours) and it is updated twice a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC and at 12UTC).

Vind (Beaufort) fargeskala (ec.wms.ff10m.palette)

Vind (Beaufort) fargeskala (ec.wms.ff10m.iso)

Wind (knots), isolines, global (ec.ff.10m.knop)

The map shows the wind speed at 10 meters above ground as isolines. The wind speed is given in knots (kt) and the interval between the lines is 5 kt. The model that calculates the wind is a global atmospheric weather model with 9km horizontal resolution that is developed at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF). The forecast length is 10 days (240 hours) and it is updated twice a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC and at 12UTC).

Wind (m/s), isolines, global (ec.ff.10m.ms)

The map shows the wind speed at 10 meters above ground as isolines. The wind speed is given in meters per second (m/s) and the interval between the lines is 5 m/s. The model that calculates the wind is a global atmospheric weather model with 9km horizontal resolution that is developed at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF). The forecast length is 10 days (240 hours) and it is updated twice a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC and at 12UTC).

Wind (knots), arrows, regional (arome.wind10m.arrow)

The map shows the wind speed at 10 meters above ground as arrows. The wind speed is given in knots (kt). A short line is 5 kt, a long line is 10 kt and a flag is 50kt. The model that calculates the wind is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Wind (knots), isolines, regional (arome.wind10m.knots)

The map shows the wind speed at 10 meters above ground as isolines. The wind speed is given in knots (kt). The model that calculates the wind is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Wind (m/s), isolines, regional (arome.wind10m.ms)

The map shows the wind speed at 10 meters above ground as isolines. The wind speed is given in meters per second (m/s) and the interval between the lines is 5 m/s. The model that calculates the wind is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Wind (Beaufort) palette (arome.wind10m.beaufort.palette)

Vind isolinjer (arome.wind10m.beaufort.iso)

Pressure (hPa), isolines, regional (arome.mslp)

The map shows mean sea level pressure (mslp) as isolines. The pressure is given in hecto pascal (hPa) and the interval between the lines is 5 hPa. The model that calculates the mslp is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Pressure (hPa), isolines, global (ec.mslp)

The map shows mean sea level pressure (mslp) as isolines. The pressure is given in hecto pascal (hPa) and the interval between the lines is 5 hPa. The model that calculates the mslp is a global atmospheric weather model with 9km horizontal resolution that is developed at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF). The forecast length is 10 days (240 hours) and it is updated twice a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC and at 12UTC).

Temperature (℃) numbers, global (ec.t.2m)

The map shows the temperature at 2 meters above ground as numbers. The temperature is given in degree Celsius (℃). The model that calculates the temperature is a global atmospheric weather model with 9km horizontal resolution that is developed at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF). The forecast length is 10 days (240 hours) and it is updated twice a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC and at 12UTC).

Temperature (℃), palette, regional (arome.wms.t2m)

The map shows the temperature at 2 meters above ground as a palette. The temperature is given in degree Celsius (℃). The model that calculates the temperature is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Temperature (℃), isolines, global (ec.t.2m_3)

The map shows the temperature at 2 meters above ground as isolines. The temperature is given in degree Celsius (℃) and the interval between the lines is 2 ℃. The model that calculates the temperature is a global atmospheric weather model with 9km horizontal resolution that is developed at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF). The forecast length is 10 days (240 hours) and it is updated twice a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC and at 12UTC).

Temperature (℃), palette, global (ec.wms.t2m)

The map shows the temperature at 2 meters above ground as a palette. The temperature is given in degree Celsius (℃). The model that calculates the temperature is a global atmospheric weather model with 9km horizontal resolution that is developed at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF). The forecast length is 10 days (240 hours) and it is updated twice a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC and at 12UTC).

Temperature (℃), isolines, regional (temperature_2m_c_iso_regional)

The map shows the temperature at 2 meters above ground as isolines. The temperature is given in degree Celsius (℃) and the interval between the lines is 2 ℃. The model that calculates the temperture is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Temperature (℃), numbers, regional (arome.t2m)

The map shows the temperature at 2 meters above ground as numbers. The temperature is given in degree Celsius (℃). The model that calculates the temperature is a global atmospheric weather model with 9km horizontal resolution that is developed at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF). The forecast length is 10 days (240 hours) and it is updated twice a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC and at 12UTC).

Fog, regional (fog_colour_regional)

The map shows the fog as a yellow colour. The darker yellow, the thicker is the fog. Fog is water droplets near ground that makes the horisontal visibilty less than 1 km. The model that calculates the fog is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Low clouds, regional (lowclouds_colour_regional)

The map shows the amount of low clouds as a grey colour. The darker grey, the thicker is the cloud layer of low clouds. Low clouds are defined as clouds that have cloud base lower than approximately 2 km above ground. The model that calculates the amount of low clouds is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Medium clouds, regional (mediumclouds_colour_regional)

The map shows the amount of medium clouds as a grey colour. The darker grey, the thicker is the cloud layer of medium clouds. Medium clouds are defined as clouds that have cloud base at approximately 2-5 km above ground. The model that calculates the amount of medium clouds is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

High clouds, regional (highclouds_colour_regional)

The map shows the amount of high clouds as a grey colour. The darker grey, the thicker is the cloud layer of high clouds. High clouds are defined as clouds that have cloud base at approximately 3-10 km above ground. The model that calculates the amount of high clouds is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour.

Significant wave height (m), palette (sea_significant_wave_height)

The map shows the significant wave height as a palette. The wave height is given in meters (m). The interval in the colour scale is 0.5 m for wave heights ranging from 0 to 6 meters, 1 m for wave heights ranging from 6 to 10 meters, and 2 m for wave heights ranging from 10 to 14 meters. The map consists of a mosaic of areas with different horizontal resolution and coverage. The biggest area is a 4km wave model (MyWaveWam4). Near the Norwegian coast a wave model with 800 meter horizontal resolution (wam800) is used. Five different areas with this 800meter wave model cover the entire Norwegian coast. The MyWaveWam4 modell is updated four times a day, at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12 UTC and 18UTC, while the wam800 modell is updated once a day, at 00UTC. The forecast length is 66 hours for both models.

peak retning (peakdir_0m_m_symbol_regional)

peak periode (s) (peakper_0m_s_iso_regional)

Wind sea direction, arrows (vindsjodir_0m_deg_symbol_regional)

The map shows mean direction of wind sea as arrows. In most cases, the wind sea has only one direction, but in cases where there are several wind wave systems the mean direction is an average of these. The model that calculates the wind sea direction is a 4km wave model (MyWaveWam4). There are four model runs each day, at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12 UTC and 18UTC. The forecast length is 66 hours.

Wind sea height (m), palette (vindsjo-h_0m_m_palett_regional)

The map shows the wind sea height as palette. The height is given in meters (m). The interval in the colour scale is 0.5 m for wave heights ranging from 0 to 1 meters, 1 m for wave heights ranging from 1 to 6 meters, and 2 m for wave heights ranging from 6 to 10 meters. The model that calculates the wind sea height is a 4km wave model (MyWaveWam4). There are four model runs each day, at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12 UTC and 18UTC. The forecast length is 66 hours.

Swell height (m), palette (sea_significant_swell_wave_height)

The map shows the height of swell as palette. The height is given in meters (m). The interval in the colour scale is 0.5 m. The model that calculates the swell wave height is a 4km wave model (MyWaveWam4). There are four model runs each day, at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12 UTC and 18UTC. The forecast length is 66 hours.

Dønning periode (s) (sea_mean_swell_period)

Swell direction, arrows (sea_mean_swell_direction)

The map shows mean direction of swell as arrows. Mean direction means that if it is several swell systems in one point, it is the mean direction of these that is shown. The model that calculates the direction is a 4km wave model (MyWaveWam4). There are four model runs each day, at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12 UTC and 18UTC. The forecast length is 66 hours.

Wave period (s), isolines (sea_significant_period)

The map shows mean period of significant sea as isolines. The period is given in seconds (s) and the interval between the isolines is 1 s. The model that calculates the period is a 4km wave model (MyWaveWam4). There are four model runs each day, at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12 UTC and 18UTC. The forecast length is 66 hours.

Significant wave height (m), isolines (waveheight_m_iso_regional)

The map shows the significant wave height as isolines. The wave height is given in meters (m) and the interval between the isolines is 1 m. The map consists of a mosaic of areas with different horizontal resolution and coverage. The biggest area is a 4km wave model (MyWaveWam4). Near the Norwegian coast a wave model with 800 meter horizontal resolution (wam800) is used. Five different areas with this 800meter wave model cover the entire Norwegian coast. The MyWaveWam4 modell is updated four times a day, at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12 UTC and 18UTC, while the wam800 modell is updated once a day, at 00UTC. The forecast length is 66 hours for both models.

Wave period (s), numbers (waveperiode_s_iso_regional)

The map shows mean period of significant sea as numbers. The period is given in seconds (s). The model that calculates the period is a 4km wave model (MyWaveWam4). There are four model runs each day, at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12 UTC and 18UTC. The forecast length is 66 hours.

Wind sea height (m), isolines (windseaheight_m_iso_regional)

The map shows the wind sea height as isolines. The height is given in meters (m) and the interval between the isolines is 1 m. The model that calculates the wind sea height is a 4km wave model (MyWaveWam4). There are four model runs each day, at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12 UTC and 18UTC. The forecast length is 66 hours.

Swell height (m), isolines (swellheight_m_iso_regional)

The map shows the height of swell as isolines. The height is given in meters (m) and the interval between the isolines is 1 m. The model that calculates the swell wave height is a 4km wave model (MyWaveWam4). There are four model runs each day, at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12 UTC and 18UTC. The forecast length is 66 hours.

Swell period (s), isolines (swellperiode_s_iso_regional)

The map shows mean period of swell as isolines. The period is given in seconds (s) and the interval between the isolines is 1 s. The model that calculates the swell mean period is a 4km wave model (MyWaveWam4). There are four model runs each day, at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12 UTC and 18UTC. The forecast length is 66 hours.

Wave direction, arrows (sign_wave_mean_direction)

The map shows mean direction to significant sea as arrows. The arrow points in the direction the waves are moving. The model that calculates the period is a 4km wave model (MyWaveWam4).

Sea temperature (℃), palette (sst_3m_degc_palett_regional)

The map shows sea temperature as a palette. Temperature is given in ℃, and the interval on the colour scale is 1 ℃. The map consists of a mosaic of areas with different model resolution. The biggest area is a 20km ocean model (Arctic20), then a 4km ocean model (Nordic4) and closest to Norway a 800m ocean model (Norkyst800). For all areas the ROMS ocean model is used. There are two model runs each day, at 00UTC and 12UTC.

Sjøtemperatur (℃) (sst_3m_degc_iso_regional)

Sea current, arrows (sea_current)

The map shows ocean current direction shown as arrows. The map consists of a mosaic of areas with different model resolution. The biggest area is a 20km ocean model (Arctic20), then a 4km ocean model (Nordic4) and closest to Norway a 800m ocean model (Norkyst800). For all areas the ROMS ocean model is used. There are two model runs each day, at 00UTC and 12UTC.

Ocean current (m/s), palette (sea_current_speed)

The map shows ocean current strength as a palette. The strength is given in m/s and the interval of the colours is 0.1 m/s. The map consists of a mosaic of areas with different model resolution. The biggest area is a 20km ocean model (Arctic20), then a 4km ocean model (Nordic4) and closest to Norway a 800m ocean model (Norkyst800). For all areas the ROMS ocean model is used. There are two model runs each day, at 00UTC and 12UTC.

Salinity (sea_salinity)

Wind and temperature FL025, global (vind_pluss_temp_fl025_global)

The map shows wind arrows and temperature in Flight Level 025 (2500 feet above the ground). Wind arrows indicate the direction and strength of the wind. The wind strenght is given in knots (kn). A short line is 5 kn, a long line is 10 kn and a flag is 50 kn. Temperature is displayed in degrees Celsius (°C). Temperatures below 0 °C are shown with blue numbers, temperatures above 0 °C are marked with red numbers with 'ps' in front and 0 °C are displayed as green numbers. The model used is a global atmosphere model with 9km horizontal resolution. The model is developed on the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF). Forecast length is 10 days (240 hours) and it is updated twice per day (model simulations that start at 00UTC and 12UTC). There is one map every hour.

Wind and temperature FL050, global (vind_pluss_temp_fl050_global)

The map shows wind arrows and temperature in Flight Level 050 (5000 feet above the ground). Wind arrows indicate the direction and strength of the wind. The wind strenght is given in knots (kn). A short line is 5 kn, a long line is 10 kn and a flag is 50 kn. Temperature is displayed in degrees Celsius (°C). Temperatures below 0 °C are shown with blue numbers, temperatures above 0 °C are marked with red numbers with 'ps' in front and 0 °C are displayed as green numbers. The model used is a global atmosphere model with 9km horizontal resolution. The model is developed on the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF). Forecast length is 10 days (240 hours) and it is updated twice per day (model simulations that start at 00UTC and 12UTC). There is one map every hour.

Wind and temperature FL100, global (vind_pluss_temp_fl100_global)

The map shows wind arrows and temperature in Flight Level 100 (10000 feet above the ground). Wind arrows indicate the direction and strength of the wind. The wind strenght is given in knots (kn). A short line is 5 kn, a long line is 10 kn and a flag is 50 kn. Temperature is displayed in degrees Celsius (°C). Temperatures below 0 °C are shown with blue numbers, temperatures above 0 °C are marked with red numbers with 'ps' in front and 0 °C are displayed as green numbers. The model used is a global atmosphere model with 9km horizontal resolution. The model is developed on the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting (ECMWF). Forecast length is 10 days (240 hours) and it is updated twice per day (model simulations that start at 00UTC and 12UTC). There is one map every hour.

Wind and temperature FL025, regional (vind_pluss_temp_fl025_regional)

The map shows wind arrows and temperature in Flight Level 025 (2500 feet above the ground). Wind arrows indicate the direction and strength of the wind. The wind strength is given in knots (kn). A short line is 5 kn, a long line is 10 kn and a flag is 50 kn. Temperatures are displayed in degrees Celsius (° C). Temperatures below 0 ° C are shown with blue numbers, temperatures above 0 ° C are shown with red numbers with 'ps' front and 0 ° C is displayed as green numbers. The model used is a regional atmosphere model with 2.5 km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. Forecast length is 66 hours and the model is updated four times per day (model runs starting at 00 UTC, 06 UTC, 12 UTC and 18 UTC). There is one map per hour.

Wind and temperature FL050, regional (vind_pluss_temp_fl050_regional)

The map shows wind arrows and temperature in Flight Level 050 (5000 feet above the ground). Wind arrows indicate the direction and strength of the wind. The wind strength is given in knots (kn). A short line is 5 kn, a long line is 10 kn and a flag is 50 kn. Temperatures are displayed in degrees Celsius (° C). Temperatures below 0 ° C are shown with blue numbers, temperatures above 0 ° C are shown with red numbers with 'ps' front and 0 ° C is displayed as green numbers. The model used is a regional atmosphere model with 2.5 km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. Forecast length is 66 hours and the model is updated four times per day (model runs starting at 00 UTC, 06 UTC, 12 UTC and 18 UTC). There is one map per hour.

Wind and temperature FL100, regional (vind_pluss_temp_fl100_regional)

The map shows wind arrows and temperature in Flight Level 100 (10000 feet above the ground). Wind arrows indicate the direction and strength of the wind. The wind strength is given in knots (kn). A short line is 5 kn, a long line is 10 kn and a flag is 50 kn. Temperatures are displayed in degrees Celsius (° C). Temperatures below 0 ° C are shown with blue numbers, temperatures above 0 ° C are shown with red numbers with 'ps' front and 0 ° C is displayed as green numbers. The model used is a regional atmosphere model with 2.5 km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. Forecast length is 66 hours and the model is updated four times per day (model runs starting at 00 UTC, 06 UTC, 12 UTC and 18 UTC). There is one map per hour.

Icing index (icing_index_sum_color_sum_layer_fl_regional)

The icing index indicates the risk of icing on aircraft. Green are areas feeble icing, yellow areas are moderate icing and red areas are severe icing. The numbers in areas with icing shows top and bottom of the icing with flight levels. The index is based on an icing model using Makkonen formula. The basic model the calculations are done with, is a regional atmospheric weather model with 2,5km horizontal resolution and is called Arome. The forecast length is 66 hours and the model is run four times a day (model runs initiated at 00UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC). There is one map per hour. There are two different modelareas, Arome-Arctic from Nordland and north into the Barents Sea (including Svalbard), and Arome-MetCoOp i South-Norway, South-Sweden, South-Finland and Denmark.

Flyvær Contrails (contrails_sum_layer_regional)

Flyvær Ducting (ducting_regional)

Flyvær Ducting surface (ducting_layer_surface_regional)

Flyvær Ducting elevated (ducting_layer_elevated_regional)

Metar+Trend Color Code (metar-trend-colorcode)

A circle devided in to halfs, show METAR and TREND Color Code. The left half is the observation (METAR) and the right half is the 2-hour forecast (TREND) of an airport. The halfs is filled with color code according to a military standard table. The colors are devided into blue, white, green, yellow, amber, red and black. The different colors idicates thresholds according to minimum base of lowest cloud and visibility. A code of black indicates the airport is closed for reasons other than cloud and visibility.

TAF Color Code (colorcode-taf)

Terminal aerodrome forecast (TAF) for an airport shown as a filled circle with color. The color is defined with a military standard table and are used as a form of shorthand for crew to reinforce the information in the main message. The colors are devided into blue, white, green, yellow, amber, red and black. The different colors idicates thresholds according to minimum base of lowest cloud and visibility. A code of black indicates the airport is closed for reasons other than cloud and visibility.

waveheight_m_iso_global (waveheight_m_iso_global)

waveheight_m_palette_global (waveheight_m_palette_global)

waveperiode_s_iso_global (waveperiode_s_iso_global)

waveperiode_s_value_global (waveperiode_s_value_global)

windseaheight_m_palette_global (windseaheight_m_palette_global)

windseaheight_m_iso_global (windseaheight_m_iso_global)

swellheight_m_palette_global (swellheight_m_palette_global)

swellheight_m_iso_global (swellheight_m_iso_global)

swellperiode_s_iso_global (swellperiode_s_iso_global)

swellperiode_s_value_global (swellperiode_s_value_global)

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