Announcements - ufs-community/ufs-srweather-app Wiki
- Code Release: 23 June 2022
The UFS Community is proud to announce the public release (version 2.0.0) of the UFS Short-Range Weather Application. This newly updated weather application is designed for short range (up to two days) regional forecasts located anywhere on the globe. It contains the Common Community Physics Package (CCPP) v6.0.0, version 10.1.0 of the Unified Post Processor (UPP) and version 3.0.0 of the UFS Weather Model. Documentation has been significantly enhanced and numerous test cases with all associated data files are now available to the public. The application is highly portable and detailed instructions describe how to build and run on a wide variety of platforms, including Ubuntu Linux and MacOS.
- Code Release: 4 March 2021
The UFS Short-Range Weather (SRW) Application v1.0.0 was publicly released on 3/4/2021. A news article is available at https://www.weather.gov/news/210403-ufs and a full release description can be found at https://ufscommunity.org/news/srwa. This is the first major release of the application that targets predictions of atmospheric behavior on a limited spatial domain and on time scales from less than an hour out to several days. The UFS SRW App is the foundation for building NOAA’s future convection-allowing ensemble forecast system, known as the Rapid Refresh Forecast System (RRFS).
The first public release of the SRW App results from a collaboration between several cooperative institutes and universities, the Developmental Testbed Center (DTC), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The release is available through the GitHub repository https://github.com/ufs-community/ufs-srweather-app, with full documentation available at https://ufs-srweather-app.readthedocs.io/en/ufs-v1.0.0 and support available through the UFS forums https://forums.ufscommunity.org/.