|Provider:||Ocean Prediction Center (OPC), NOAA (USA)|
|Model scope:||North America east coast|
|Update frequency:||every 24 hours|
|Model duration:||21 forecasts starting at 0 hr, ending at 3 days|
|Parameters:||current, water temperature|
|GRIB model date:||Tue Nov 20 00:00:00 2018 UTC|
|Download date:||Tue Nov 20 08:34:01 2018 UTC|
|Download delay:||8hr 34min|
NCOM (Navy Coastal Ocean Model) is a high resolution model, offering ocean current data at a 2nm resolution, every 24 hours.
The U.S. East Coast version of this model is refreshed at around 10:30 UTC every day, although there can be large delays at times.
This model has excellent coverage of the gulf stream.
The Regional NCOM models have a resolution of 1/30 deg. (2 nm). The U.S. Navy Operational Global Ocean Model (NCOM), developed by the Naval Research Laboratory (Barron et al, 1&2) and maintained by the Naval Oceanographic Office, provides boundary conditions for the regional models. … The Navy Coupled Ocean Data Assimilation System (NCODA) provides the data assimilation for NCOM including SSH, SST, and in situ observations.
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