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Description model setup

WRF forecast domains

Overview of the forecast domains: The 100m resolution domain is centered on the city of Amsterdam (domain 4). The next domain, at 500m resolution, covers the Randstad (domain 3). The whole of the Netherlands is covered at 2.5 km resoluton (domain 2). The outer domain (at 12.5 km resolution) covers a large part of northern Europe.

The forecast is done using the WRF model, using a set up of nested domains at increasing resolution. 48 hour forecasts are run daily, starting at midnight. A forecast for the current day and night is uploaded daily.

For comparison, daily weather forecasts for the Netherlands using a different, lower resolution, setup can be found on Arnold Moenes website.

WRF forecast domains
WRF forecast domains