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ePort – an interactive and user friendly layout of ground based and space borne atmospheric observations has found its way to the public. EUMeTrain project has made a large data quantity and weather analysis for Europe available online, updated every 6 hours. ePort is a product of EUMeTrain which is developed to allow you to combine a range of EUMETSAT satellite images with satellite derived
products and numerical model fields.

Project overview link –>  http://eumetrain.org/eport.html

Go to last updated measurements now!

The principle goal of EUMeTrain is to provide users of EUMETSAT satellite data and products that will assist them to make more effective use of it, either as stand-alone material or in combination with other meteorological data sources. This is done by allowing the user to select the variable of interest and plot it for the selected domain/location with a single mouse click. It can be infra-red/visible channel of Meteosat Second Generations satellite, extreme weather warnings (ESTOFEX), 10 meter height wind speeds, CAPE (Convective Available Potential Energy), sounding data, vertical cross sections cloud cover, etc.

The project team consists of the national meteorological services of Austria (ZAMG), Croatia (DHMZ), Finland (FMI), Germany (DWD) and
Portugal (IM).

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  2 Responses to “ePort – Satellite atmospheric observations, extreme weather warnings and weather analysis”

  1. Gaat steeds beter met ons klimaat :(..Wordt tijd dat we hier echt iets aan gaan doen!

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