[Met_help] MET 2.0
lir at ucar.edu
Fri Apr 10 13:46:15 MDT 2009
Thank you very much for your info.
Have a good weekends,
On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 8:54 AM, John Halley Gotway <johnhg at rap.ucar.edu>wrote:
> I believe this is really more of an issue with the WRF Post-Processor. It
> was setting the scan mode flag incorrectly when creating the output GRIB
> file. I asked a wrf-help support person, and she suggested that I have
> you write wrf-help about the issue. She believes that it's already been
> fixed - especially in the 3.1 version that is being released today.
> If you're planning to upgrade to WRF version 3.1, I'd suggest trying the
> WPP included with 3.1. If not, you can contact wrf-help about it. In
> particular, they'll need to see your copy of the file named INITPOST.f for
> ARW or INITPOST_NMM.f if you're running NMM.
> Hope that helps.
> John Halley Gotway
> johnhg at ucar.edu
> > Hi, MET group,
> > Congratulations for the new lease of MET.
> > I have a question here. As I know, when MET1.1 read GRIB data, the
> > south-to-north y-coordinate becomes north-to-south, it get wrong domain
> > and
> > wrong grid latitude.
> > The reason is MET only read the scanning mode flag to get the domain
> > information and the flag is wrong in GRIB1 file written by WPPV3.
> > A not-very-good Solution is
> > Add “ydir=1;” in lib/vx_met_util/readgrib.cc at line 928 and recompile
> > *ydir=1 means from south to north
> > I wonder this problem is fixed in MET 2.0?
> > Thanks,
> > Ruifang
> > Mesoscale & Microscale Meteorology Division
> > Phone: 303-497-8938
> > Office: FL3-3085
> > Email: lir at ucar.edu
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