The Weather Research and Forecast (WRF) model is the most widely used numerical weather prediction system in the world. Our group is for students and staff who run WRF simulations at the University of Utah.
We share our code and content on GitHub
Details on the following:
Are you interested in joining our group or have a question? Let us know!
This is perhaps the most frustrating part of using WRF. First, make sure you understand how to use modules on your CHPC account.
Still having issues? Ask someone in the group or email firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
|Foster et al.||2017||Simulations of a Cold-Air Pool in Utah's Salt Lake Valley: Sensitivity to Land Use and Snow Cover|
|Blaylock et al.||2017||Impact of Lake Breezes on Summer Ozone Concentrations in the Salt Lake Valley|
|Alcott and Steenburgh||2013||Orographic Influences on a Great Salt Lake-Effect Snowstorm|
|Crosman and Horel||2012||Idealized Large-Eddy Simulations of Sea and Lake Breezes: Sensitivity to Lake Diameter, Heat Flux and Stability|
|Lehner and Whiteman||2012||The Thermally Driven Cross-Basin Circulation in Idealized Basins under Varying Wind Conditions|