Wed, Aug. 10
The new (beta) version of the web site is launched. Now there is an extensive manual
along with further forecast interpretation methods. See also the publications page and
browse through related stuff from CATS.
Click 'news' on the menu bar to see all news.
One of the aims of this website is to introduce non-specialists to the concept of
ensemble weather forecasting. Ideally we want to help people who must make decisions that
depend on the weather to make good use of the extra information that ensemble forecasts
provide. If you are such a person, working in a large corporation, a small
business, the public sector, or a non-profit organization, we would very much like
your feedback on this site. Even if you don't have to make weather dependent decisions
professionally but are interested in using ensemble forecasts for planning your
personal leisure activities we'd also like to hear what you think of this site.
contact us: dime
Direct and Inverse Modelling in End-to-End Environmental Prediction (DIME)
is an industry-academia collaborative project of the
in Industrial Mathematics and System Engineering. The
project is jointly funded by EPSRC,
London Electricity and
Risk Management Solutions.
The Smith Institute Faraday Partnership is funded by the
Department of Trade and Industry,
and both the Met Office and the
European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting
are enabling partners within the partnership.
This page is under construction. Graphs and data published on
this page may still be unreliable, errorneous or mislabeled.
Under no circumstances will the CATS group or any member be
liable in any way for any content of this web site, including,
but not limited to, any errors or omissions in any content, or
for any loss or damage of any kind incurred as a result of the
use of any content posted, e-mailed, transmitted or otherwise
made available via the DIME web site