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******Warning once using nudging *******

seti

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Hi,

I tried to use nudging in my WRF simulation. However, after running the model I noticed there were some warnings in my rsl.error file.



Time in file: 2021-01-24_09:00:00
Time on domain: 2021-01-24_12:00:00
**WARNING** Time in input file not equal to time on domain **WARNING**
**WARNING** Trying next time in file wrffdda_d01 ...


Would you please kindly advise me on how to remove this warning? Where did I make a mistake, please? My name list as well as rsl.error have been attached.

Thanks in advance.
 

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Hi,
The WARNING messages are not an issue. They are simply the mode's method of printing information as it processes. The rsl* file you attached does not have an ending to it. Is that the full file? If not, does the full file have a "SUCCESS" message at the end? If not, can you package all of the rsl* files together into a single *.tar file and attach that? Thanks!
 
Hi,
The WARNING messages are not an issue. They are simply the mode's method of printing information as it processes. The rsl* file you attached does not have an ending to it. Is that the full file? If not, does the full file have a "SUCCESS" message at the end? If not, can you package all of the rsl* files together into a single *.tar file and attach that? Thanks!
Dear @kwerner thanks for your reply. It is not the full file. Since I received warnings I asked for advice. However, after using the nudging technique I did not notice much improvement in wind and temperature values.
In some papers that used the nudging technique, I noticed the wind and temperature values very well matched with the observation values, but mine did not.

So what should I do to achieve such a good simulation in wind and temperature, please?

Kind regards,
 
Since your new question is a new topic, please post the inquiry as a new thread. This helps to keep the questions/answers separate and easier to search and read in the future. Thanks!
 
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