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Title: Scientific challenges of convective-scale numerical weather prediction
Authors: Yano, Jun-Ichi 
Ziemian´ski, Michał Z. 
Cullen, Mike 
Termonia, Piet 
Onvlee, Jeanette 
Bengtsson, Lisa 
Carrassi, Alberto 
Davy, Richard 
Deluca, Anna 
Gray, Suzanne L. 
Homar, Víctor 
Köhler, Martin 
Krichak, Simon 
Michaelides, Silas 
Phillips, Vaughan T. J. 
Soares, Pedro M. M. 
Wyszogrodzki, Andrzej A. 
Keywords: Earth atmosphere;Meteorology;Convective storms;Numerical weather prediction;Numerical weather prediction models;Weather forecasting
Category: Earth and Related Environmental Sciences
Field: Natural Sciences
Issue Date: Apr-2018
Publisher: American Meteorological Society
Source: Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 2018, vol. 99, no. 4, pp. 699-710
Journal: Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 
Abstract: Numerical weather prediction models are increasing in resolution and becoming capable of explicitly representing individual convective storms, but we do not yet know if it is the improved resolution that is leading to better forecasts.
ISSN: 0003-0007
DOI: 10.1175/BAMS-D-17-0125.1
Collaboration : CNRS and Météo-France
National Research Institute
Met Office
Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium
KNMI
NOAA/CIRES
NERSC
Institut Catal de Cincies del Clima
University of Reading
Universidad de les Islas Baleares
DWD
Tel Aviv University
Cyprus University of Technology
University of Lund
Universidade de Lisboa
Rights: © American Meteorological Society
Type: Article
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