[Ncep.hmon] Thoughts on the HMON performance for Harvey
Avichal Mehra - NOAA Federal
avichal.mehra at noaa.gov
Thu Aug 31 18:12:32 UTC 2017
But we did make runs with 61 (?) levels during our retrospectives. How much
more expensive were these as compared to the 43 level operational
On Thu, Aug 31, 2017 at 1:36 PM, Weiguo Wang - NOAA Affiliate <
weiguo.wang at noaa.gov> wrote:
> 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>
>> Dr. Avichal Mehra
>> Avichal.Mehra at noaa.gov
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College Park Ph. 301-683-3746
MD 20740 Fax: 301-683-3703
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