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HIWeather is a World Meteorological Organisation research project, developing warning capabilities for weather-related hazards, to increase resilience worldwide. HIWeather participants form an international network of scientists, in a wide variety of disciplines, all concerned with aspects of the
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2nd International Verification Challenge – Seeking the Best New Verification Metrics Making Use of Non-Traditional Observations Do you have an idea for using non-traditional observations to verify forecasts? If the answer is yes, we'd like to hear from you! Forecast verification is evolving beyond
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The SWCEM Newsletter Issue 2, July 2020 has been published.
The Chair of WMO's Services Commission (SERCOM) Standing Committee on Services for Aviation (SC-AVI), Mr Ian Lisk, has made his first selection of members of the Standing Committee. The composition as well as the terms of reference of the Standing Committee is available here. In due course the core
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The latest WWRP e-Newsletter is out! It can be found and subscribed to under
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HydroSOS was featured in the WMO Bulletin vol. 69 - Climate and Water. The article is entitled: HydroSOS – The Hydrological Status and Outlook System towards providing information for better water management By Alan Jenkins, Harry Dixon, Victoria Barlow, Katie Smith, Johannes Cullmann, Dominique
The WWRP HIWeather Project is kicking off its Citizen Science Initiative and you can get involved! Here is how:
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Manufacturers interested to participate in the intercomparison are invited to provide the required information on their radiosonde systems, by 12 July 2020, using the online questionnaire available here: To find more please click here.
WMO has just published the 2019 edition of WMO-No. 306, Manual on Codes – International Codes, Volume I.2, Part B – Binary Codes and Part C – Common Features to Binary and Alphanumeric Codes. The new edition is available via the WMO e-Library here in English, French, Spanish and Russian. CLICK HERE
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The response of atmospheric carbon dioxide to reduced emissions due to the COVID-19 lockdown has been presented in the UNFCCC special event "SBSTA Chair information event with the scientific community". The recording and additional material are available here. Key messages: Concentrations of