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wxdudemike

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Not sure if this has been discussed anywhere else on here, but I noticed ILN and even a couple other offices recently referencing the "ECMWF MOS experimental." Does anyone know if this data is available anywhere or when/if it might go operational?

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michsnowfreak

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that would be awesome!!!

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wxman_ind

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The data is open to the NWS via a protected site. I have no idea if it will ever become available to the public, but I doubt it.

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OceanStWx

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The data is open to the NWS via a protected site. I have no idea if it will ever become available to the public, but I doubt it.


We've got the text bulletins in AWIPS now, and we're working on tools up here at GYX to get them into the forecast database via tools/procedures. I think it will be really nice to have alongside the MEX for the long term portion of the forecast.




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