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Air temperatures at 2 m above the earth's surface approximate most closely to the conditions a person would most likely experience. 2 m air temperatures are a post-processed product that is derived by non-linear interpolation between model air temperatures at the lowest model level (at about 10 m above the surface) and temperatures forecast at the model earth's surface.
Copernicus CO2 project enters final year
Browse our fact sheets on topics such as global numerical modelling, supercomputing, and extended- and long-range prediction, learn about milestones such as 30 years of ensemble forecasts, and find out about ECMWF involvement at international scientific conferences.
Forecast charts and data
We provide current forecasts, climate reanalyses and specific datasets. These are available via the web, point-to-point dissemination, data servers and broadcasting.
Forecasts, analyses, climate re-analyses, reforecasts and multi-model data are available from our archive (MARS) or via dedicated data servers or via point-to-point dissemination.
International collaboration is fundamental to the work of ECMWF, working with the EU and the meteorological community at large, including the World Meteorological Organization, space agencies, and scientists around the world.
Workshops and education
Education is a key element of our work at ECMWF, enabling our partners to get the most from ECMWF's services and develop an advanced understanding of forecasting.
|February 8 – 9||CEMS 2nd Global Flood Forecasting and Monitoring Meeting|
|May 2 – 5||Training course: High Performance Computing - Atos|
|May 15 – 19||Training course: Data assimilation|
|May 22 – 26||Training course: EUMETSAT/ECMWF NWP-SAF satellite data assimilation|
|June 5 – 9||Using ECMWF's Forecasts (UEF2023)|
|13 June||Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) User day|
|June 13 – 15||7th CAMS General Assembly|
|June 27 – 30||Atmospheric River Reconnaissance Workshop|