Sunday, 30th December 2012
Olympics 2012 – showcasing weather science
Source: Met Office (UK)
As part of the Met Office’s contribution to the running of the 2012 London Olympic Games, several aspects of leading edge weather forecasting science were showcased on the Met Office web site. The presentation was designed to be accessible to the public, but also to provide access to real-time outputs, enabling colleagues in other National Met Services to assess the performance of the new capabilities.
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