43r1: Ceiling, Direct solar radiation, Height of convective cloud top, Height of zerodegree wetbulb temperature, Height of onedegree wetbulb temperature
Ensemble of forecasts providing an estimate of the reliability of a single forecast.
The following subsets are available from the ENS Model:
IIIi: Atmospheric fields
The products consist of 1 control and 50 perturbed forecasts plus the equivalent highresolution (HRES) products. Customers can choose to receive the equivalent HRES at no extra cost. The high resolution product is suppressed beyond day 10. The fields are provided in GRIB code.
 IIIia Atmospheric fields  Single level
 IIIib Atmospheric fields  Pressure levels
 IIIic Atmospheric fields  Model Levels
IIIii: Clusters
IIIiii: Probabilities
The products provide the probabilities of the occurrence of instantaneous and averaged or accumulated weather events at each grid point. The products are encoded in GRIB form.
 IIIiiia Probabilities  Instantaneous weather events  Single level
 IIIiiic Probabilities  Instantaneous weather events  Pressure levels
 IIIiiib: Probabilities  Averaged weather events  Single level
 IIIiiid: Probabilities  Averaged weather events  Pressure levels
 IIIiiie: Probabilities  Daily weather events  Single level
 IIIiiif: Probabilities  Tropical cyclone probabilities
IIIiv: Time series of weather parameters
The products consist of values of the individual members of the realtime forecast at grid points (single locations). The products are provided in BUFR code.
IIIv: Extreme Forecast Index (EFI) and Shift of Tails (SOT)
The products provide the EFI and SOT of single level parameters calculated over 1, 3, 5 and 10day ranges at each grid point. The products are encoded in GRIB form
IIIvi: Ensemble means
The fields are the means of the ensemble members at each forecast step. The fields are provided in GRIB code.
IIIvii: Ensemble standard deviations
The fields are the standard deviations of the ensemble members at each forecast step. The fields are provided in GRIB code.
IIIviii: Tropical cyclones tracks
Tropical cyclones tracks products are provided in BUFR code free of information charge.
The tropical cyclone trajectories are computed independently for each ensemble member; a given tropical cyclone may dissipate at different times in different members so the number of members predicting a given tropical cyclone may vary through the forecast.
See Tropical Cyclones for more information.
The purchase of the "Basic Set" +72, +96, +120, +144, +168 hrs is a mandatory prerequisite for the purchase of time steps in the range 12 to 66 hours.
When requested, the invariant parameters will be provided free of information charge once with every forecast dissemination.
Base times for these products: 00 UTC, 12 UTC unless otherwise specified.
Dissemination schedule
Atmospheric fields
(dissemination data stream indicator = E)
New Schedule valid from 7 March 2017
12 UTC based Forecast time  Time Available  00 UTC based Forecast time  Time available 

Forecast Day 0  19:00  Forecast Day 0  07:00 
Forecast Day 10  19:40  Forecast Day 10  07:40 
Forecast Day 15  20:00  Forecast Day 15  08:00 
Derived products Step 0 to 240  19:41  Derived products Step 0 to 240  07:41 
Derived products Step 246 to 360  20:01  Derived products Step 246 to 360  08:01 
Parameters
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Terms conventions  

(inv)  Invariant field. If requested these parameters can be provided free of charge 
IIIi: Atmospheric model
Product resolution  
T+0h to T+360h 

IIIia Atmospheric fields  single level
Forecast time step  
T+0h to T+144h  3hourly 
T+150h to T+360h  6houlry 
Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  ID  Additional information 

10U  10 metre Uvelocity    m s1  165  
10V  10 metre Vvelocity    m s1  166  
10FG3  10 metre wind gust in the last 3 hours    m s1  228028  
10FG6  10 metre wind gust in the last 6 hours    m s1  123  
100U  100 metre Uvelocity    m s1  228246  
100V  100 metre Vvelocity    m s1  228247  
2D  2 metre dewpoint temperature    K  168  
2T  2 metre temperature    K  167  
FZRA  Accumulated freezing rain  Freezing rain precipitation at the surface. Accumulated field  m  228216 

BLD  Boundary layer dissipation  Conversion of kinetic energy of the mean flow into heat by turbulent diffusion (vertically integrated). Accumulated field.  J m**2  145  
BLH  Boundary layer height  Boundary layer defined through Troen and Mahrt parcel lifting method  m  159  
CEIL  Ceiling  Cloudbase height relative to the ground (at least 50% cloud in one layer)  m  260109 
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CHNK  Charnock  Charnock parameter as returned by the wave model. Surface stress (SS) before 19980519.  ~  148  
CDIR  Clearsky direct solar radiation at surface    J m**2  228022  
CBH  Cloud based height  Searching from the 2nd lowest model level upwards the height of the level where cloud fraction becomes >1% and condensate content >1.E6.  m  228023  
CAPE  Convective available potential energy  J kg1  59  
CAPES  Convective available potential energy shear 
CAPESHEAR parameter is a product of wind shear and sqrt(CAPE): CAPESHEAR parameter = wind_shear * sqrt(CAPE) wind_shear denotes bulk shear which is a vector difference of winds at two different heights in the atmosphere and the second term sqrt(CAPE) is proportional to the maximum vertical velocity in convective updraughts. 
m^{2} s^{2}  228044  
CIN  Convective inhibition  For computational efficiency CAPE is computed as the vertical integral of excess of equivalent potential temperature of an undilute updraught compared to the saturated equivalent potential temperature of the environment. The results tends to be about 20% higher than the CAPE based on virtual temperature.  J kg1  228001  
CP  Convective precipitation  Precipitation from updraughts in the convection scheme. Accumulated field.  m  143  
CRR  Convective rain rate  Rate of rainfall from the convective parametrization (instantaneous)  kg m**2 s**1  228218  
CSFR  Convective snowfall rate water equivalent  Rate of snowfall from the convective parametrization (instantaneous)  kg m**2 s**1  228220 

DSRP  Direct solar radiation  Incident on a plane perpendicular to the Sun's direction. Accumulated field  J m^{2}  47 
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UVB  Downward UV radiation at surface  Ultraviolet band 0.200.44 um. Accumulated field.  J m**2  57  
LGWS  Eastward gravity wave surface stress  Eastward component of surface stress due to gravity waves and orographic blocking. Accumulated field.  N m**2 s  195  
EWSS  Eastward turbulent surface stress  Eastward surface stress due to turbulent processes. Accumulated field.  Nm**2  180  
E  Evaporation  Moisture flux from the surface into the atmosphere. Accumulated field (by model convention downward fluxes are positive).  m of water equivalent  182  
FLSR  Forecast logarithm of surface roughness for heat    ~  225  
FSR  Forecast surface roughness  Surface aerodynamic roughness as used by the IFS. Over the ocean it depends on ocean wave parameters. Over land it is copied from the climatological field SR before 12/09/2006. After 12/09/2006 the land roughness is derived from the vegetation type through a correspondence table. Snow areas are set to a model defined value.  m  244  
GWD  Gravity wave dissipation  Conversion of kinetic energy of the mean flow into heat due gravity waves and orographic blocking (vertically integrated). Accumulated field.  J m**2  197  
HCC  High cloud cover  Cloud cover derived from model levels between 0.45 of the surface pressure and the model top using the model's overlap assumption  (0 1)  188  
HCCT  Height of convective cloud top  m  228046 
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HWBT0  Height of zerodegree wetbulb temperature  This is computed by scanning upwards through model level data, from the lowest model level (10m); and then saving the height (interpolated) at which wetbulb temperature (Tw) drops to 0 degree C. There can in principal be n such levels, where 0 <= n. 
m  228047 
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HWBT1  Height of onedegree wetbulb temperature  This is computed by scanning upwards through model level data, from the lowest model level (10m); and then saving the height (interpolated) at which wetbulb temperature (Tw) drops to 1 degree C. There can in principal be n such levels, where 0 <= n. 
m  228048 
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ISTL1  Ice temperature layer 1  Sea ice top layer 07 cm  K  35  
ISTL2  Ice temperature layer 2  Sea ice layer 2: 728 cm  K  36  
ISTL3  Ice temperature layer 3  Sea ice layer 3: 28100 cm  K  37  
ISTL4  Ice temperature layer 4  Sea ice layer 4: 100150 cm  K  38  
I10FG  Instantaneous 10m wind gust  Maximum 3 second wind at 10 m height as defined by WMO including effects of turbulence and convection  m s**1  228029  
ILSPF  Instantaneous largescale surface precipitation fraction  Fraction of the grid box that is covered by largescale precipitation (instantaneous field)  (0  1)  228217  
KX  K index    K  260121  Grib2 
LBLT  Lake bottom temperature    K  228010  
LICD  Lake ice depth    m  228014  
LICT  Lake ice temperature    K  228013  
LMLD  Lake mixlayer depth    m  228009  
LMLT  Lake mixlayer temperature    K  228008  
LSHF  Lake shape factor    ~  228012  
LTLT  Lake total layer temperature    K  228011  
LSM  Land/sea mask  Fractional land cover (model uses 0.5 as threshold for mask)  (0  1)  172  
LSRR  Large scale rain rate  Rate of rainfall from the stratiform (large scale) cloud parametrization (instantaneous)  kg m**2 s**1  228219  
LSSFR  Large scale snowfall rate water equivalent  Rate of snowfall from the stratiform (large scale) cloud parametrization (instantaneous)  kg m**2 s**1  228221  
LSP  Largescale precipitation  Precipitation from the cloud scheme (which also takes detrained water/ice from the convection scheme as input). Accumulated field.  m  142  
LCC  Low cloud cover  Cloud cover derived from model levels between the surface and 0.8 of the surface pressure using the model's overlap assumption  (0  1)  186  
MX2T3  Maximum temperature at 2m in the last 3 hours    K  228026  Only available from T+0h to T+144h at 3hour interval 
MX2T6  Maximum temperature at 2m in the last 6 hours    K  121  
MXTPR3  Maximum total precipitation rate in the last 3 hours  The total precipitation is calculated from the combined largescale and convective rainfall and snowfall rates every time step and the maximum is kept since the last 3 hours  kg m**2 s**1  228222 
Only available from T+0h to T+144h at 3hour interval 
MXTPR6  Maximum total precipitation rate in the last 6 hours  The total precipitation is calculated from the combined largescale and convective rainfall and snowfall rates every time step and the maximum is kept since the last 6 hours  kg m**2 s**1  228224  
MSL  Mean sea level PL    Pa  151  
MCC  Medium cloud cover  Cloud cover derived from model levels between 0.8 and 0.45 of the surface pressure using the model's overlap assumption  (0  1)  187  
MN2T3  Minimum temperature at 2m in the last 3 hours    K  228027  Only available from T+0h to T+144h at 3hour interval 
MN2T6  Minimum temperature at 2m in the last 6 hours    K  122  
MNTPR3  Minimum total precipitation rate in the last 3 hours  The total precipitation is calculated from the combined largescale and convective rainfall and snowfall rates every time step and the minimum is kept since the last 3 hours  kg m**2 s**1  228223  
MNTPR6  Minimum total precipitation rate in the last 6 hours  The total precipitation is calculated from the combined largescale and convective rainfall and snowfall rates every time step and the minimum is kept since the last 6 hours  kg m**2 s**1  228225  
MGWS  Northward gravity wave surface stress  Northward component of surface stress due to gravity waves and orographic blocking. Accumulated field.  N m**2 s  196  
NSSS  Northward turbulent surface stress  Northward surface stress due to turbulent processes. Accumulated field.  Nm**2  181  
Z  Orography/Geopotential  At the surface: orography  m2 s2  129  
PEV  Potential evaporation    m  228251  
PTYPE  Precipitation type 
Describes the type of precipitation at the surface at the validity time. A precipitation type is assigned wherever there is a nonzero value of precipitation in the model output field (however small). The precipitation type should be used together with the precipitation rate to provide for example indication of potential freezing rain events. Precipitation type (08) uses WMO Code Table 4.201 Values of ptype defined in the IFS:

(08)  260015  Grib2 
RO  Runoff  Amount of water that is lost from the soil through surface runoff and deep soil drainage. Accumulated field.  m  205  
SSTK  Sea surface temperature  Temperature of the sea water (bulk SST) as specified by external analysis (skin temperature is equal to bulk SST before 01/10/2008)  K  34  
CI  Seaice cover  Fraction of grid box that is covered with sea ice (kept constant during forecast)  (01)  31  
SRC  Skin reservoir content  Amount of water in interception reservoir  m of water equiv  198  
SKT  Skin temperature  Temperature of the surface skin (radiative surface temperature). Before 01/10/2008 the skin temperature was equal to the bulk SST over the ocean.  K  235  
ASN  Snow albedo  Albedo of the snow covered part of the grid box  (01)  32  
RSN  Snow density  Snow mass per unit of volume  kg m3  33  
SD  Snow depth    m of water equivalent  141  
SF  Snow fall (convective + stratiform)  Convective + stratiform snowfall. Accumulated field.  m  144  
STL1  Soil temperature level 1  Top soil layer: 17 cm Soil temperature (ST) before 19930804  K  139  
STL2  Soil temperature level 2  Soil layer 2: 728 cm Deep soil temperature (DST) before 19930804  K  170  
STL3  Soil temperature level 3  Soil layer 3: 28100 cm. Climatological deep soil temperature (CDST) before 19930804.  K  183  
STL4  Soil temperature level 4  Layer 100289 cm  K  236  
SLT (inv)  Soil type  Categorical soil texture representative of the soil column  ~  43  
SSRO  Subsurface runoff  Deep soil drainage. Accumulated field.  m  9  
SLHF  Surface latent heat flux  Exchange of latent heat with the surface through turbulent diffusion. Accumulated field. (by model convention downward fluxes are positive)  J m**2  147  
SSR  Surface net solar radiation  Net solar radiation at the surface. Accumulated field.  J m**2  176  
STR  Surface net thermal radiation  Net thermal radiation at the surface. Accumulated field (by model convention downward fluxes are positive).  J m**2  177  
SP  Surface PL    Pa  134  
SRO  Surface runoff  Accumulated field  m  8  
SSHF  Surface sensible heat flux  Exchange of heat with the surface through turbulent diffusion. Accumulated field (by model convention downward fluxes are positive).  J m**2  146  
SSRD  Surface solar radiation downwards  Accumulated field  J m2  169  
STRD  Surface thermal radiation downwards  Accumulated field  W m**2 s  175  
TSN  Temperature of snow layer  K  238  
TSR  Top net solar radiation  Net solar radiation at the top of the atmosphere. Accumulated field.  J m**2  178  
TTR  Top net thermal radiation  Net thermal radiation at the top of the atmosphere. Accumulated field (by model convention downward fluxes are positive).  J m**2  179  
TCC  Total cloud cover  Total cloud cover derived from model levels using the model's overlap assumption  (0 1)  164  
TCIW  Total column ice water  Vertical integral of cloud ice water content  kg m**2  79  
TCLW  Total column liquid water  Vertical integral of cloud liquid water content  kg m**2  78  
TCRW  Total column rain water  Vertically integrated precipitating rain water content  kg m**2  228089  
TCW  Total column water  Vertically integrated total water (vapour + cloud water + cloud ice  kg m**2  136  
TCSW  Total column snow water  Vertically integrated precipitating snow water content  kg m**2  228090  
TCWV  Total column water vapour  Vertically integrated water vapour  kg m**2  137  
TP  Total precipitation  Convective precipitation + stratiform precipitation (CP +LSP). Accumulated field.  m  228  
FDIR  Total sky direct solar radiation at surface    J m**2  228021  
TOTALX  Total totals index    K  260123  Grib2 
VIS  Visibility    m  003020  
SWVL1  Volumetric soil water layer 1  Top soil layer: 07 cm  m**3 m**3  39  
SWVL2  Volumetric soil water layer 2  Soil layer 2: 728 cm  m**3 m**3  40  
SWVL3  Volumetric soil water layer 3  Soil layer 3: 28100 cm  m**3 m**3  41  
SWVL4  Volumetric soil water layer 4  Soil layer 4: 100289 cm  m**3 m**3  42  
DEG0  Zero degree level  Height of level (counted from 'surface'  2nd lowest model level) where the temperature passes from positive to negative values corresponding to the top level of a warm inversion layer. If a second warm inversion layer is encountered then the zero degree level correspond to the top of the 2nd inversion layer.  m  228024 
IIIib Atmospheric fields  Pressure Levels
All parameters are provided at 1000, 925, 850, 700, 500, 400, 300, 200, 100, 50, 10 hPa unless otherwise specified
Forecast time step  

T+0h to T+144h  3hourly 
T+150h to T+360h  6houlry 
Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  ID  Additional information 

D  Divergence  Relative divergence  s1  155  
GH  Geopotential height  Geopotential divided by a constant value of g = 9.80665  m  156  
O3  Ozone mass mixing ratio    kg kg**2  203  
R  Relative humidity  "Relative humidity is defined with respect to saturation of the mixed phase i.e. with respect to saturation over ice below 23C and with respect to saturation over water above 0C. In the regime in between a quadratic interpolation is applied."    157  
Q  Specific humidity  Grid box mean (mass of water vapour / mass of moist air)  Q  133  
STRF  Stream function    m2 s1  1 
Temporarily suspended 
T  Temperature    K  130  
U  Uvelocity    m s**1  131  
VP  Velocity potential    m**2 s**1  2 
Temporarily suspended 
W  Vertical velocity  Pressure vertical velocity dp/dt. In the model equations it is usually denoted by the Greek letter omega.  Pa s**1  135  
VO  Vorticity    s**1  138  
V  Vvelocity    m s**1  132 
IIIic Atmospheric fields  Model Levels
Model level parameters are available from T+0h to T+168 Except for Geopotential which is available at T+0 only. Please note that the perturbed forecasts fields are only archived at T+240 ant T+360.
Forecast time step  

T+0h to T+144h  3hourly 
T+150h to T+168h  6houlry 
T+168h to T+360h  not available 
Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  ID  Additional information 

CC  Cloud Cover  Horizontal fraction of the grid box covered by cloud  01  248  
CIWC  Specific cloud ice water content  Gridbox mean specific cloud ice water content (mass of condensate / mass of moist air)  kg kg1  247  
CLWC  Specific cloud liquid water content  Gridbox mean specific cloud liquid water content (mass of condensate / mass of moist air)  kg kg1  246  
CRWC  Specific rain water content  kg kg1  75  
CSWC  Specific snow water content  Gridbox mean specific precipitating rain water content from stratiform cloud (mass of condensate / mass of moist air).  kg kg1  76  
D  Divergence  Relative divergence  s1  155  
LNSP  Logarithm of surface Pressure    ~  152  
Z (inv)  Orography    m2 s2  129  When requested this parameter will be provided free of charge once with every forecast dissemination. 
Q  Specific humidity  Grid box mean (mass of water vapour / mass of moist air)  kg kg1  133  
T  Temperature    K  130  
U  Uvelocity    m s**1  131  
V  Vvelocity    m s**1  132  
W  Vertical velocity  Pressure vertical velocity dp/dt. In the model equations it is usually denoted by the Greek letter omega.  Pa s**1  135  
VO  Vorticity    s**1  138 
IIIii Clusters
This product is coded using local definition 32,
Product resolution
 1.5° x 1.5° lat/long grid or any multiple thereof (global or subarea)
Forecast time step  Forecast ranges 

T+72 to T+360  12hourly 
Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  ID  Additional information 

GH (1)  Geopotential height  m  156  H: European Area (70° N, 20° W, 30° N, 40° E) 
IIIiii Probabilities
Instantaneous weather events
Product resolution 


IIIiiia Probabilities Instantaneous weather events  Single level
Forecast steps  Forecasts ranges 

T+24h to T+360h 
24hourly 
Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  ID  Additional information 

10SPG10  10 metre Wind speed of at least 10m/s  Probability  %  131068  
10SPG15  10 metre Wind speed of at least 15m/s  Probability  %  131069 
IIIiiic Probabilities Instantaneous weather events  Pressure levels
Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  ID  Additional information 

TAG4  Temperature anomaly greater than +4K  Probability  %  131024  
TAG8  Temperature anomaly greater than +8K  Probability  %  131025  
TALM4  Temperature anomaly less than 4K  Probability  %  131023  
TALM8  Temperature anomaly less than 8K  Probability  %  131022 
Averaged weather events
Forecasts step & ranges  

2day period  T+120168 
3day period  T+168240 
5day period  T+120240 T+240360 
IIIiiib: Probabilities  Averaged weather events  Single level
Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  ID  Additional information 

TPRL1  Total precipitation rate less than 1mm/day  Probability  %  131065  
TPRG3  Total precipitation rate of at least 3mm/day  Probability  %  131066  
TPL01  Total precipitation less than 0.1 mm  Probability  %  131064  
TPRG5  Total precipitation rate of at least 5mm/day  Probability  %  131067 
IIIiiid: Probabilities  Averaged weather events  Pressure levels
Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  ID  Additional information 

TALM2  Temperature anomaly less than 2K  Probability  %  131020  
TAG2  Temperature anomaly of at least +2K  Probability  %  131021 

IIIiiie: Probabilities  Daily weather events  Single level
Forecast steps &ranges  


Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  ID  Additional information 

10FGG15  10 meter wind gust greater than 15m/s  Probability  %  131070  
10FGG20  10 meter wind gust greater than 20m/s  Probability  %  131071  
10FGG25  10 meter wind gust greater than 25m/s  Probability  %  131072  
TPG1  Total precipitation of at least 1 mm  Probability  %  131064  
TPG10  Total precipitation of at least 10mm  Probability  %  131062  
TPG20  Total precipitation of at least 20mm  Probability  %  131063  
TPG5  Total precipitation of at least 5mm  Probability  %  131061 
IIIiiif: Probabilities  Tropical cyclone probabilities
Forecast steps &ranges  

T+2472  T+4696  T+72120  T+96144  T+120168 
T+144192  T+168216  T+192240  T+216264  T+240288 
T+216264  T+240288 
Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  ID  Additional information 

PH  Probability of a hurricane    %  131090 

PTD  Probability of a tropical depression    %  131091 

PTS  Probability of a tropical storm    %  131089 

IIIiv Time series of weather parameters
The products consist of values of the individual members of the realtime forecast at grid points (single locations). The products are provided in BUFR code.
Forecast steps  Product resolution 

T+0h to T+360h at 6hour intervals 

Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  ID  Additional information  

10U  10 metre Uvelocity    m s1  165  
10V  10 metre Vvelocity    m s1  166  
10FG6  10 metre wind gust in the last 6 hours  10 metre wind gust in the last 6 hours  m s1  123  
2D  2 metre dewpoint temperature    K  168  
2T  2 metre temperature    K  167  
LSM  Land/sea mask  Fractional land cover (model uses 0.5 as threshold for mask)  (0  1)  172  
MX2T6  Maximum temperature at 2m in the last 6hours  K  51  
MSL  Mean sea level pressure  Pa  151  
MN2T6  Minimum temperature at 2m in the last 6hours  K  122  
SF  Snow fall (convective + stratiform)  m of equivalent water  144  
TCC  Total cloud cover  (0  1)  164  
TP  Total precipitation  m of equivalent water  228 
IIIv Extreme Forecast Index (EFI) and Shift of Tails (SOT)
The products provide the EFI and SOT of single level parameters calculated over 1, 3, 5 and 10day ranges at each grid point. The products are encoded in GRIB form..
Product resolution: 0.2° x 0.2° lat/long grid or any multiple thereof (global or subarea)
00z 
12z 


1day ranges  00Z: 0024, 2448, 4872, 7296, 96120, 120144, 144168 
12Z: 1236, 3660, 6084, 84108, 108132, 132156, 156180 
3day ranges  00Z: 0072, 2496, 48120, 72144, 96168, 120192, 144216 
12Z: 1284, 36108, 60132, 84156, 108180, 132204, 156228 
5day ranges  00Z: 00120, 24144, 48168, 72192, 96216 
12Z: 12132, 36156, 60180, 84204, 108228 
10day ranges  00Z: 00240 
12Z: 00240 
Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  PARAMETER ID  Day range  PERCENTILE (SOT ONLY)  Additional information 

10FGI  10 metre wind gust index    (1 to 1)  132049  1  90th  
10WSI  10 metre wind speed index    (1 to 1)  132165  1/3/5/10  90th  
2TI  2 metre temperature index    (1 to 1)  132167  1/3/5/10  10th/90th  
CAPEI  Convective available potential energy index    (1 to 1)  132059  1  90th 

CAPESI  Convective available potential energy shear index    (1 to 1)  132044  1  90th 

MN2TI  Minimum temperature at 2 metres index    (1 to 1)  132202  1  10th/90th  
MX2TI  Maximum temperature at 2 metres index    (1 to 1)  132201  1  10th/90th  
SFI  Snowfall index (SFI)  accumulation    (1 to 1)  132144  1  90th  
TPI  Total precipitation index (TPI)  accumulation    (1 to 1)  132228  1/3/5/10  90th 
IIIvi Ensemble means
Product resolution 
Forecast timesteps 


T+3h to T+144 at 3hour interval T+150 toT+360h at 6hour intervals 
IIIvia Ensemble means  Single level
Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  ID  Additional information 

10SI  10 metre wind speed 
m s1 
207  
100SI  100 meter wind speed  m s1 
228249 

2T  2 metre temperature  K  167  
MN2T3  Minimum temperature at 2m in the last 3 hours  K  228026  
MN2T6  Minimum temperature at 2m since last 6 hours  K  122  
MX2T3  Maximum temperature at 2m in the last 3 hours  K  228027  
MX2T6  Maximum temperature at 2m since last 6 hours  K  121  
MSL  Mean sea level pressure  Pa  Pa  128151 
IIIvib Ensemble means Pressure levels
Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  ID  Pressure level  Additional information 

GH  Geopotential height  m  Geopotential divided by a constant value of g = 9.80665  128156  1000/500/300  
T  Temperature  K    128130  850/500  
WS  Wind Speed  m s1    128010  850 
IIIvii Ensemble standard deviations
Product resolution 
Forecast timesteps 


T+6h to T+360h at 6hour intervals 
IIIviia Ensemble standard deviations Single level
Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  ID  Additional information 

10SI  10 metre wind speed 
m s1 
207  
100SI  100 meter wind speed  m s1 
228249 

2T  2 metre temperature  K  167  
MN2T3  Minimum temperature at 2m in the last 3 hours  K  228026  
MN2T6  Minimum temperature at 2m since last 6 hours  K  122  
MX2T3  Maximum temperature at 2m in the last 3 hours  K  228027  
MX2T6  Maximum temperature at 2m since last 6 hours  K  121  
MSL  Mean sea level pressure  Pa  Pa  128151 
IIIviib Ensemble standard deviations Pressure levels
Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  ID  Pressure level  Additional information 

GH  Geopotential height  m  Geopotential divided by a constant value of g = 9.80665  128156  1000/500  
T  Temperature  K    128130  850/500  
WS  Wind Speed  m s1    128010  850 
IIIviii Tropical cyclones tracks
Tropical cyclones tracks are provided in BUFR code, free of information charge. They are composed of 52 trajectories corresponding to:
 the 50 perturbed forecasts from ENS (Ensemble Member numbers 1 to 50 in BUFR)
 the control forecast from ENS (Ensemble Member number 51 in BUFR)
 the HRES forecast (Ensemble Member number 52 in BUFR)
The tropical cyclone trajectories are computed independently for each ensemble member; a given tropical cyclone may dissipate at different times in different members so the number of members predicting a given tropical cyclone may vary through the forecast.
Observed (existing cyclones) and genesis (created by the forecast).
Short name  Long name  Description  Unit  Additional information 

TC  Tropical Cyclone  BUFR 
Last updated March 2017