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LuckGrib v3.1/v1.2.1 now available

Aug 8, 2018. | By: Craig McPheeters

A new update to LuckGrib is now available on both iOS and macOS. LuckGrib is now a free download with a 14 day free trial available

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Introducing HRRR Alaska

Aug 6, 2018. | By: Craig McPheeters

In early July, 2018, the ESRL group at NOAA introduced a new HRRR model. This model covers Alaska with a 3km resolution and is updated every 3 hours

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Hourly forecasts now available for GFS and next-gen GFS

Aug 5, 2018. | By: Craig McPheeters

For some time now, the NOAA National Weather Service has been producing hourly forecasts for GFS. The first 18 hours of this data is now available through LuckGrib.

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The next generation GFS, FV3 GFS, is now available for evaluation

Jul 6, 2018. | By: Craig McPheeters

There is a major planned upgrade to GFS coming in early 2019. NOAA is making the GRIB data from this upgraded model available to the public. As there seems to be general interest in the weather community around this upgraded GFS, LuckGrib is making the data from the FV3 GFS available.

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LuckGrib v3.0/v1.1 available

May 27, 2018. | By: Craig McPheeters

The update which brings the macOS and iOS applications together is now available!

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DWD has improved their regional COSMO model

May 15, 2018. | By: Craig McPheeters

DWD, the Germen weather service has improved their DWD COSMO model, increasing its resolution, enlarging its area and renaming it from COSMO DE to COSMO D2

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LuckGrib now available on iOS!

Apr 1, 2018. | By: Craig McPheeters

After a lengthy development and beta process, LuckGrib is now available on both the iPhone and iPad!

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One improved DWD model and one new one

Mar 14, 2018. | By: Craig McPheeters

DWD, the Germen weather service has improved their DWD Icon europe resolution, and LuckGrib now supports their high resolution model of Germany

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The OpenWRF models are now available through LuckGrib

Mar 10, 2018. | By: Craig McPheeters

The OpenWRF project is creating its own weather files using an advanced weather model, WRF. The models cover the Mediterranean as well as other areas of Europe. OpenWRF is now available through LuckGrib

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A new high resolution model covering Canada

Mar 8, 2018. | By: Craig McPheeters

The Canadian Meteorological Service provides a number of GRIB models. Their high resolution model is now available through LuckGrib

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