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Space Science Engineering Center-UW

Humidity35%Wind SpeedSW 6 mphBarometer30.29 inDewpoint41°F (5°C)Visibility10.00 mi Last Update on 12 Apr 11:45 am EDT Current conditions at Frederick Municipal Airport (KFDK) Lat: 39.42°N Lon: 77.37°W Elev: 308ft. NOAA-Germantown-Forecast NOAA-Germantown-Forecast
Hourly United States Weather Statistics Cloud Cover Mean: 64.9 % % Land Clear: 17.6 % % Land Cloudy: 47.9 % Temperature Mean: 46.6 F Highest U.S. Mean Temp 07/16/2006-21Z 93.3 F 07/16/2006-22Z 93.1 F 07/16/2006-20Z 92.8 F 07/16/2006-23Z 92.4 F 07/15/2006-21Z 92.4 F 07/15/2006-22Z 92.1 F 07/15/2006-20Z 92.1 F 06/28/2012-21Z 92.1 F 06/28/2012-22Z 92.0 F 07/17/2006-21Z 91.9 F Lowest U.S. Hourly United States Weather Statistics
National Hurricane Center-Main

National Hurricane Center-Main

January issue of the Q&A with NHC series highlights TSB branch chief *Spanish translations courtesy of the NWS San Juan Weather Forecast Office Hurricane Season Dates Hurricane season in the Atlantic begins June 1st and ends November 30th. The Eastern Pacific hurricane season begins May 15th and also ends November 30th.


Pacific Disaster Center
Stormpulse / Hurricanes, severe weather, tracking, mapping

Stormpulse / Hurricanes, severe weather, tracking, mapping

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The Tropical Meteorology Project: [FORECASTS]
The Weather Research&Forecasting Model Website The Weather Research&Forecasting Model Website The Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model is a next-generation mesoscale numerical weather prediction system designed to serve both atmospheric research and operational forecasting needs. It features two dynamical cores, a data assimilation system, and a software architecture allowing for parallel computation and system extensibility. The model serves a wide range of meteorological applications across scales ranging from meters to thousands of kilometers. The effort to develop WRF began in the latter part of the 1990's and was a collaborative partnership principally among the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (represented by the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) and the (then) Forecast Systems Laboratory (FSL)), the Air Force Weather Agency (AFWA), the Naval Research Laboratory, the University of Oklahoma, and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).