NCEP ADP Eta (NAM) Subset Surface Observations are composed of a regional synoptic set of surface data reports centered over North America. These
were operationally collected by the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP).
The data includes land and marine reports received via the Global Telecommunications System (GTS).
Variables recorded in the reports include pressure, temperature, dew point depression,
wind direction and speed. Report time intervals range from hourly to 3-hourly. Precipitation data has been decoded for the
U.S. and Canada. DS461.0
provides global surface data coverage.
2000-12-29 to 2010-11-18
||Cloud Base Height
|Dew Point Temperature
||Sea Level Pressure
||Sea Surface Temperature
National Centers for Environmental Prediction, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce
Related RDA Datasets:
Historical Unidata Internet Data Distribution (IDD) Global Observational Data
NCEP ADP Global Upper Air and Surface Weather Observations (PREPBUFR format)
NCEP ADP Global Upper Air Observational Weather Data, October 1999 - continuing
NCEP ADP Global Surface Observational Weather Data, October 1999 - continuing
U.S.A.F. DATSAV3 Surface Observations, 1901-continuing
NCEP ADP Operational Global Surface Observations, February 1975 - February 2007
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