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Registration is open for the Annual Seminar and a workshop on the forecasting challenges associated with warm conveyor belts.
The use of machine learning in numerical weather prediction is on the rise. Born To Try - Various - The Ultimate Hit Collection: The Hits Vol. 10 than a hundred modellers and satellite data Doombeat - Nitimur In Vetitum - Pessimistisk Kakofoni in the field of hydrology came together at ECMWF from 25 to 28 November to debate new ideas and deepen collaborations.
What impact does the stratosphere have on the weather below, and how can we harness our knowledge of that impact to improve weather forecasts? Sixty-nine scientists came together at ECMWF from 5 to 7 November to explore the scope for widening the use of artificial intelligence AI in Earth system applications.
Tests carried out at ECMWF have demonstrated that new wind profile observations from the European Space Agency's ground-breaking Aeolus satellite Doombeat - Nitimur In Vetitum - Pessimistisk Kakofoni improve weather forecasts, particularly in the southern hemisphere and the tropics. The results of initial tests are very promising. ECMWF has made a big contribution to the four-year project.
Accurate estimates of the current state of the Earth system are crucial for successful weather predictions. In an interview, he explains what has been achieved since and how he intends to develop the Copernicus services implemented by the Centre.
More than experts meeting in Denmark from 19 to 25 September are reviewing the use of satellite-to-satellite observations in weather forecasting. News highlights of What next for machine learning in weather forecasting? Scientists review impact of the stratosphere on weather. Experts probe use of AI in Earth system applications. Tests show positive impact of new Aeolus wind data on forecasts. Autumn Newsletter published. Tests of numerical scheme developed in Member States are promising.
Summer coding programme inspires open-source developments. How to reduce the influence of model bias at the start of forecasts. Experts review use of inter-satellite observations in weather forecasting. Annual Seminar probes progress in predictions up to seasons ahead.