The v3.1 update to the National Blend of Models (NBM) is now available.
A new version of LuckGrib is now available for both iOS and macOS
LuckGrib customers can now download data via Mailasail’s RedBox. This provides access to all the weather models LuckGrib provides, while at sea
The parameter representing sea level pressure has been changed in both GFS and the next-gen GFS. Read on for more details…
A new suite of models has been added to LuckGrib - the National Blend of Models (NBM.) These models are extremely interesting and unique in many respects.
A new suite of models has been introduced today: The National Blend of Models. This suite of data appears to be superior to the NDFD data, for a variety of reasons. Two of the three NDFD models are being deprecated and will soon disppear
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
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
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.
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.