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Simulation of the derecho event in Poland of 11th August 2017 using the WRF model and GDAS data as initial conditions

Description

This series contains datasets related to the forecasting of a severe weather event, a derecho, in Poland on 11 August 2017. The simulations were conducted using the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model version 4.2.1 with initial and boundary conditions from Global Data Assimilation System (GDAS). Simulation was performed for two starting hours: at 00:00 and 12:00 UTC. The datasets contain about 280 meteorological parameters stored as 2D or 3D fields in 3 domains with high-spatial (12.5 km, 2.5 km and 0.5 km domains) and temporal (1 hour, 10 minutes, 10 minutes) resolutions. The three-dimensional fields are calculated up to 50 hPa at 50 levels. All data are stored in easily accessible NetCDF files.

Illustration of the publication

Fig. Geographical localisation of the WRF domains on the background on maximum reflectivity
derived from the WRF+GDAS simulation at 20:00 UTC, 11th August 2017.

Dataset file

WRF_DERECHO_GDAS.zip
164.8 GB, S3 ETag 98e6ad9107083049e66e62eb773f8f0b-5275, downloads: 0
The file hash is calculated from the formula
hexmd5(md5(part1)+md5(part2)+...)-{parts_count} where a single part of the file is 512 MB in size.

Exaple script for calculation:
https://github.com/antespi/s3md5
download file WRF_DERECHO_GDAS.zip

File details

License:
CC BY-NC-SA
Non-commercial - Share-alike

Details

Year of publication:
2020
Verification date:
2021-10-11
Dataset language:
English
Fields of science:
  • Environmental engineering, mining and energy (Engineering and Technology)
  • Civil engineering and transport (Engineering and Technology)
  • Earth and related environmental sciences (Natural sciences)
DOI:
DOI ID 10.34808/ceh3-7z70 open in new tab
Series:
Verified by:
Gdańsk University of Technology

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