[Ncep.hmon] Thoughts on the HMON performance for Harvey
Weiguo Wang - NOAA Affiliate
weiguo.wang at noaa.gov
Thu Aug 31 17:36:32 UTC 2017
No, we do not have members with large # levels.
Most of them are using different phys options.
On Thu, Aug 31, 2017 at 1:12 PM, Avichal Mehra - NOAA Federal <
avichal.mehra at noaa.gov> wrote:
> Do you have any ensemble members with larger number of vertical levels?
> How did they perform for Harvey?
> Thanks, Avichal.
> On Thu, Aug 31, 2017 at 1:05 PM, Hyun-Sook Kim - NOAA Affiliate <
> hyun.sook.kim at noaa.gov> wrote:
>> It occurred to me that we have to increase the vertical layer for NMMB.
>> What I saw from today's Meg is that the HMON storm is too strong, too fast,
>> and quick dissipation. Such prediction can be remedied by not only ocean
>> coupling, but also increase in vertical levels.
>> The HMON Gert forecast supports this suggestion, recall Weiguo's
>> post-stamp figures of the large scale flow comparisons against the analysis.
>> As long as its running time wouldn't be a big issue, we should consider
>> one of upgrades for next year.
>> Hyun-Sook Kim
>> NOAA Center for Weather & Climate Prediction
>> 5830 University Research Court
>> College Park, MD 20740
>> (o)301-683-3760 <(301)%20683-3760>
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