Thanks for this info.
However how do we get access to the new BUFR observations from UK and
Ireland within the LDM feeds? Which one with which pattern?
Is GEMPAK able to ingest it to GEMPAK surface files?
On Tue, Sep 30, 2014 at 1:21 PM, Eizi TOYODA <toyoda@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Dear Christian and all,
> Regarding other NMSs' announcements, following page is the most compact
> list I know:
> As far as I know, Ireland and UK will stop TAC SYNOP in November.
> Afterwards the LDM feed will contain TAC SYNOP from other countries,
> TOYODA Eizi, Japan Meteorological Agency
> toyoda.eizi@xxxxxxxxx / toyoda@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Best Regards,
> Eiji (aka Eizi) TOYODA
> On Mon, Sep 29, 2014 at 10:03 PM, Christian Pagé <page.christian@xxxxxxxxx
> > wrote:
>> Dear all LDM users,
>> Transition from SYNOP in FM-12 to BUFR is really starting up:
>> The Met. Office U. K. has announced that the synoptic reports of U. K.
>> will be provided from 03 November 2014 12 UTC in BUFR Code only. The
>> provision of synoptic data in Traditional Alphanumeric Code TAC (FM12)
>> will cease then. By this Met. Office U. K. follows a target of WMO.
>> Currently we do not know when other National Weather Services will follow
>> Met. Office U. K. and will cease the supply of their synoptic data in TAC
>> format. You should be prepared however that other NMSs may also stop
>> dissemination of their synoptic reports in TAC. The current status of
>> deployment BUFR / SYNOP via DWD can be find in the directory /gds/help/ in
>> the file legend_SYNOP_packages_world_header_SYNOP_BUFR.
>> What will happen on LDM feeds that distribute SYNOP data?
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