[Wrf-users] read_wrf_nc.f error

Ehsan Beigi ebeigi3 at tigers.lsu.edu
Mon May 30 18:34:21 MDT 2011

Dear Sir/Madam,

Thanks  for your previous help. I am trying to use read_wrf_nc.f for
extracting my desire vaiables from wrf output files. i can see data inside
me_em..nc* files, but i can not see the output  of wrf (wrfout.do1...), and
this is my error message

/read_wrf_nc.f: line 1: Special: command not found
information: cannot open `information' (No such file or directory)
on:          cannot open `on' (No such file or directory)
the:         cannot open `the' (No such file or directory)
screen:      cannot open `screen' (No such file or directory)
./read_wrf_nc.f: line 3: Can: command not found
./read_wrf_nc.f: line 4: syntax error near unexpected token `('
./read_wrf_nc.f: line 4: `!  Can read double precision file (like WRF-Var)'

how can i extract some desired variables from wrfout files. i don't care
about maps, i just need numbers. i really appreciate your help

On Fri, May 27, 2011 at 10:09 PM, wrfhelp <wrfhelp at ucar.edu> wrote:

> Yes, they are, unless you change them in the namelist.wps file. It should
> not change when you change stand_lon.
> But you might want to change them if latitude 30 or 60 are not in your
> domain.
> wrfhelp
> On May 27, 2011, at 10:00 AM, Ehsan Beigi wrote:
>  Dear Sir/Madam,
>> Thanks for your previous help.  is truelat1  =  30.0, and  truelat2  =
>>  60.0 in Lambert projection is always the same for every domain? how about
>>  stand_lon = -98.0? if they are different for each domain, how can i
>> calculate them for my domain?
>> Best Regards
>> Ehsan Beigi
> wrfhelp
> http://www.mmm.ucar.edu/wrf/users/supports/wrfhelp.html

*Ehsan Beigi*
*PhD Student*
*Department of Civil and and Environmental Engineering
2408 Patrick F. Taylor Hall
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA, 70803*
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