Ever wondered what the UFS is? Check out the latest downloadable brochure here
The UFS community is proud to announce the public release of the UFS Short-Range Weather Application v2.0.0 (SRW App) Read more
The Developmental Testbed Center (DTC) is pleased to announce the Common Community Physics Package (CCPP) v6.0.0 public release. Read more
The next UFS Webinar will be held on September 8, 2022 at 3pm EST. The topic will be “Addressing tropical variability and convective gray-zone representation in NOAA’s Unified Forecast System (UFS)” will be presented by Lisa Bengtsson – University of Colorado, NOAA/ESRL, Boulder, Colorado.
The EPIC team has recently succeeded in running the UFS weather model on all 3 CSPs. Read more about it here.
Richard Rood is sharing a presentation he made as a guest lecturer on weather analysis providing insight and explaining the work of the UFS. Details here
Neil Jacobs has been chosen to serve as chief science advisor for the UFS. His tenure began February 14. See the Press Release.
The UFS Community was a presence at the 2022 AMS meetings for a recap of the events and other information please visit here.
The NOAA Modeling Board will be holding a TED-style talks that will be open to the public . These are virtual meetings. Find out more about the NOAA Modeling Board here.
Improving tropical variability, the Madden-Julian Oscillation and the representation of cumulus convection in the grey-zone in NOAA’s Unified Forecast System – Lisa Bengtsson, University of Colorado, NOAA/ESRL, Boulder, CO
Thursday, September 8, 2022, 3 PM ET.