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[THREDDS #KAL-154307]: NBM Data Set



Greetings!

It appears (that PDF is from NWS) that the numbers do represent the hours 
available--and yes, this is specific to the SBN/NOAAPort, which is what we 
receive and distribute.

My recommendation is to use the "Best" virtual dataset, which will help address 
some of the challenges with the fields being available in different runs:

  https://thredds.ucar.edu/thredds/ncss/grib/NCEP/NBM/CONUS/Best/dataset.html

Any chance you're trying to read this into Python? If so, I can provide some 
sample code to get the best 7-day forecast.

Ryan

> Thanks for that doc!  The variables I'm looking for temp, dew point, 
> snowfall, ice accumulation, QPF, PoP, sky, wind speed, gust and direction, 
> and visibility.  When I'm reading that PDF document I think I understand that 
> the forecast time is on top, but what do the numbers inside the box mean the 
> number of hours out?  Is that how you get the data, or is that just how the 
> NBM produces data?
> 


Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: KAL-154307
Department: Support THREDDS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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