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    Timeseries from WRF Python

    I am reading this package: https://wrf-python.readthedocs.io/en/latest/index.html but I could find a sample script that could extract a timeseries using lat/lon coordinates. Can you please direct me to relevant link or example? Thank you.
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    Running GFS-FNL for WRF

    Thank you for your reply. Would you know which meteorological input data should I select in the RDA? I have already selected: Geopotential height Landmask ice cover Pressure Pressure reduced to MSL Relative humidity Specific humidity U,V wind component Temperature Volumetric soil moisture...
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    Running GFS-FNL for WRF

    For those who have tried using FNL in WRF: 1. May I know which GFS-FNL data should I select when I download via RDA? 2. Also, which time interval? Is the 6-hour forecast same as 6-hour analysis?
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    Running WPS with CFSV2

    Has anyone experienced using WRF with CFSv2 downloaded from RDA? My concern is when we choose WRF-prescribed input, the fields are 6-hourly forecast when our need is the analysis. However, the soil-related fields (i.e. volumetric soil content) are not available in the 'analysis' but they are...
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    Running WPS with GEFS

    Has anybody experience running WRF with GEFS? Can you please share insights on how to run WPS using GEFS data? More specifically, we want to simulate 30 days considering the forecast of GEFS is more than 30 days but the reforecast is until 10 days only. Can you share how you were able to run...
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    Using station data (WRFDA-obsproc)

    I have station data that is not available in reanalysis. How can I use these surface station data (contains UV, SLP, and RR) in obsproc? Can you help me locate guide to use the data in WRF?
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    Running seasonal simulations

    I have some concerns on running long-term simulation over nested domains. For example, if I will simulate 3-month rainfall using the larger domain (D01) in the attached picture, I am essentially excluding the effect of other ENSO regions (beyond 180E) and the influence from the Southern...
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    d02 appears in plot of d01 for rainfall

    Thank you for the reply. 1) Is the variable you're plotting RAINC? Yes, I plotted RAINC here. 2) Do you have cu_physics turned off for the inner domain? Yes, the cu_physics is turned off. 3) Do you have feedback turned on? Yes, the feedback is turned on. I am interested in d01 but I am...
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    d02 appears in plot of d01 for rainfall

    i have 2 domains when I simulated WRF. When I plotted the rainfall in D01, it looked there is a cavity from D02. Is this how it really supposed to look like? I mean, the plot of D01. It doesn't appear like it is supposed to be that way. Any thoughts, please?
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    (RESOLVED) Using monthly input for WRF

    Thank you. Yes, I have come to realize these mistakes when I was trying to design the experiment. I want to run 10-year simulations and I thought that the output file sizes would be huge. I thought that using monthly data will be better to minimize output file size. Now, I will instead use...
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    (RESOLVED) Using monthly input for WRF

    I will try to run monthly WRF using monthly ERA5 input data hence the interval_seconds in the namelist should be the total number of seconds in a month. My issue is the varying number of seconds per month. Has anyone done monthly simulations before and how did you resolve this issue?
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    Apply vortex-following in other domains

    Thanks for the tip. It works though I am yet to complete the entire simulation time. I confirm that D02 is not moving while D03 is moving.
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    Apply vortex-following in other domains

    I have four domains. D01 is the parent domain and the other three are linked to the parent domain and are time-independent of each other. D02 should not be a moving nest while D03 and D04 should be moving nest. How can I turn on the vortex-following in the third and fourth domain and turn off in...
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    GREP

    Originally, I plan to run one-month WRF simulation using 2 vortex following nested domains. It occurred to me what if I use only one domain but the model is compiled using vortex following, will the grep atcf rsl.out.0000 still provide output?
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    SST historical data download

    ERA5 has hourly data available for download so I went for 6 hourly SST data for my initial condition. I have successfully completed my WRF simulation only to find out that the output SST values of my simulation from the supposedly 6-hourly ERA5 data is daily data, after all. Have you experienced...
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    SST historical data download

    ERA5 has hourly 5. I downloaded 6 hourly for my initial condition. I have successfully completed my simulation only to find out that the output SST values of my WRF simulation from the supposedly hourly ERA5 data is daily data, after all. Have you experienced this? Can anyone confirm if the...
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    (RESOLVED) Run same month every year, simultaneously

    Thank you for your reply, @kwerner.
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    (RESOLVED) Run same month every year, simultaneously

    I want to run 5-year daily WRF in October only. That makes it five Octobers only and not considering the other days and months in between. In namelist options, it appears that the start time and end time are continuous. Is there an option to skip time in between years or in between simulation...
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    NetCDF as input

    Hi, kwerner: So I have SST_Aug.nc. When I tried to use ./util/rd_intermediate.exe SST_Aug.nc An error showed: Since I was not able to do this, I renamed SST_Aug.nc as SST:20xx-xx_18. Then I put constants_name: ./SST:20xx-xx_18 as directed in the link you have provided. The metgrid is...
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    NetCDF as input

    Hi, kwerner: Thank you for the response. To clarify, my SST filename appears like this. 'SST_aug_clim.nc' How do I proceed with the metgrid.exe? My intended run for SST is to use the climatological SST without changing/updating it throughout the run.
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