NCEP ADP Operational Global Surface Observations, February 1975 - February 2007
| DOI: 10.5065/E6NW-HY91
These NCEP ADP operational global synoptic surface data reports were collected from the GTS during time slots centered on the 6-hourly analysis times of their global and regional models. Two types of data were collected and the reports usually include pressure, temperature, dew point depression, wind direction and speed. NCEP also decoded the precipitation data, but only for the U.S. and Canada.
The two types are: 1) data from land stations, including SYNOP, METAR, and beginning in the mid 1990s, AWOS and ASOS reports, and 2) data from moving ship, fixed ship, MARS (moving and fixed), and buoys (moored and drifting).
1975-02-10 to 2007-02-28
|Air Temperature||Cloud Base Height||Cloud Frequency||Cloud Types|
|Dew Point Temperature||Precipitation Amount||Sea Level Pressure||Sea Surface Temperature|
|Snow||Station Height||Surface Pressure||Surface Winds|
|Swells||Visibility||Wave Height||Wave Period|
National Centers for Environmental Prediction, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce
30.9 GB (Entire dataset) Volume details by dataset product
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