Somehow when I was playing around with the RASP and looking a few days
ahead I managed to open a LogPskewT (stuve) diagram. Can you tell me how
to get that again? Which location is it for?
On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 6:55 PM, Bernie Baer <bb...@internode.on.net> wrote:
> Great job Matt!
> Matt has done a lot of work in setting this up; I know because I have been
> working on a RaspGM site for Northern NSW based on the RASP/WRF 3.6.1/Paul
> Scorer (RaspGM) code also.
> It is currently still a work in progress but will be up and running for the
> Narromine Cup / NSW State Titles in late November. The resolution is 3.6Km
> so not quite as high as Matt's
> 2Km resolution maps. The VIC maps and this one overlap. Thanks to Paul
> Scorer and Dr Jack Glendinning.
> See https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/nswraspgm/RASPtableGM.html
> Regards, Bernie.
> Message: 1
> Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2016 13:20:51 +1100
> From: Matthew Gage <m...@knightschallenge.com>
> To: Aus Soaring <email@example.com>
> Subject: [Aus-soaring] New weather prediction site for Victoria and
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> Thanks to the VSA for providing funding for a server, we now have a new
> Soaring Forecast site for Victoria and Tasmania.
> It?s available at:
> For those interested in details, this is closely related to RASP.
> Instead of using WRF version 2 for generating the core model, this is using
> version 3.8.1 (from August 2016) and intend to upgrade every 6 months as a
> new version is released. This hopefully should prevent the predictions
> becoming less and less accurate over time.
> The images are created using the existing DrJack RASP software. These are
> overlaid on google maps using software based on that created by Paul Scorer
> in the UK.
> New forecasts are created twice each day for 6 days. The first 2 days are
> a very high resolution (good for wave, etc), the following 4 days are at a
> lower resolution (but still higher than the previous RASP). Today?s
> should be ready by about 7:30am and in the evening, Tomorrow?s forecast
> should be ready by 7:30pm.
> The server will keep about 100 days of historical forecasts, depending on
> available disk space.
> Matt Gage
> These are also available from the following urls, which are better to use
> Database: 4664/13206 - Release Date: 10/13/16
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