North American Ensemble Forecast System (NAEFS)
The North American Ensemble Forecast System (NAEFS) is a joint project involving the Meteorological Service of Canada (MSC), the United States National Weather Service (NWS) and the National Meteorological Service of Mexico (NMSM). NAEFS was officially launched in November 2004 in presence of representatives of the three countries.
NAEFS combines state of the art ensemble forecasts, developed at the MSC and the NWS. When combined, the grand ensemble can provide weather forecast guidance for the 1-14 day period that is of higher quality than the currently available operational guidance based on either set of ensembles alone. It allows the generation of a set of forecast products that are seamless across the national boundaries between Canada, the United States and Mexico. The research/development and operational costs of the NAEFS system are shared by the three organizations (MSC, NWS, and NMSM), which make it more cost effective and result in higher quality and more extensive weather forecast products.
Comments concerning the NAEFS products are welcome. Please send your comments by visiting Contact Us. Your suggestions will be considered in future updates.
- Temperature Anomaly: Day 8 to 14 Outlooks
- EPSgrams for cities in Canada, Mexico and United States of America
- Ensemble means and standard deviation charts
- NAEFS probability maps of weather events over time intervals
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