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  • Location: Berkshire
  • Location: Berkshire

I've just really got into these ensemble graphs and maps, so apologies for a rookie question.

Is there somewhere that gives thee raw data for the ensemble graphical data?

I am a NW extra subscriber if that gives me access at all.

thanks in advance :good:

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  • Location: Catchgate, Durham,705ft asl
  • Location: Catchgate, Durham,705ft asl

Not sure if this is what you mean,but you can view all 20 of the gefs ensemble members

including the gfs operational and control runs here.> Meteociel - Cartes Ensemble GFS (ENS/GEFS)

These charts get posted often in the winter,especially when a "beast from the east" is a possibility. :D

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  • Location: Berkshire
  • Location: Berkshire

thanks, I was after the raw data used to plot the ensemble graphs for a certain location.

eg the data for this graph

netweather.tv/index.cgi?action=ensviewer;sess=

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  • Location: Aviemore
  • Location: Aviemore

What data are you looking to view?

In extra there is the ensemble forecast which gives a figure for the mean and a + or - figure for the spread:

http://www.netweather.tv/secure/cgi-bin/premium.pl?action=ensforecast;sess=

Beyond that there isn't a way of viewing the data currently but let me know what you'd like to be able to see and we can certainly look into adding a feature in..

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  • Location: Berkshire
  • Location: Berkshire

that's EXACTLY what i was after. thanks you very much.

A suggestion would be to see the predicted highs and lows for each day in one table, rather than having to click on each separate day.

Many thanks!

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  • Location: Berkshire
  • Location: Berkshire

i don't understand the idea of having a max (with error margin), min and average for a particular time of day?

eg at 00:00 16 days in advance, the max may be 6.8(2.6) min is 5.4 (2. 8 and average is 6.8 (2.6)

how do these numbers relate to each other for midnight?

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