Analyses & Modelling
The Canadian Weather at a Glance weather map is produced daily by Environment Canada.
Operational Analysis Charts
Understanding current conditions is the starting point, and the most critical part, of any weather forecast.
Numerical Model Charts
Analysing and forecasting the weather, using numerical models, requires an impressive amount of computing and data processing power. The process which leads to the production of a forecast can be seen as an endless cycle of data ingestion and analysis. Twice a day, the analysis serves as the starting point upon which atmospheric numerical models base their predictions.
Numerical Model Data
Numerical model data outputs are also available in gridded format in GRIB to meet the needs of specialized users.
Numerical Model Verification
Verification statistics are maintained by the MSC to follow trends in the performance of Canadian Numerical Weather Prediction models.
Stratospheric Ozone maps are produced regularly.
Environmental Emergency Response
The Environmental Emergency Response Division hosts sites such as the regional Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre (VAAC) and the Regional Specialized Meteorological Centre. Special weather charts and forecasts are created when needed.
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