I, too, have the GFS 12 UTC GRIB2 files in a publicly available location
should anyone wish to access them.
etc. etc. through 120 hours.
On Tue, Feb 20, 2018 at 11:45 AM, Patrick L. Francis <wxprofessor@xxxxxxxxx>
> somebody just asked where the files are when they looked in this directory
> my fault.. I didn't explain very well.. sorry! [image: *ALIEN*]
> since GEMPAK is being phased out, I am writing a custom ingest package for
> our internal uses, and filing the products as each source sends them over
> for example, GFS which was brought up today comes over the dish as:
> 71550 20180220035934.747355 NGRID 19629065 YRPK40 KWBC 200000
> !grib2/ncep/GFS/#003/201802200000F072/RELH/400 hPa PRES
> 'ncep' is the source
> 'GFS' is the model
> '#003' is the grid
> so I chose to file things as
> and then instead of a crazy filename.. simply pipe everything into
> so all variables for each product are filed into the corresponding date,
> hour, and forecast hour by model type.
> then with NIDS data for example, I file all products by:
> so to answer the unspoken person's question, while this is a work in
> progress for me internally, of course I don't mind sharing with the unidata
> community if you should need to grab something... unidata is good people
> :-)] Eventually I hope to file every single product that comes over
> noaaport, because what I'm doing is instead of copying from pqact.gempak,
> writing everything manually by parsing the notifyme output of every feed..
> it just takes awhile.. but this way, products will be able to be used
> natively with MetPy and other new apps being developed [image: :-)]
> Patrick L. Francis
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