Tag: weather forecasting
Weather forecasting has come a long way since June of 1977, when the European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) first contracted Cray to deliver one of its early Cray-1A systems across the pond. This was the first time a Cray found its way to the old country—an installation that set the stage for Read more…
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In Offenbach, Germany, researchers at the German Meteorological Service work around the clock forecastings storms, rain and hail showers — weather conditions that usually arrive on very short notice. In order to make these seemingly unpredictable events somewhat less so, the German Meteorological Service has installed a new NEC supercomputer.