About the UW-NMS
The University of Wisconsin Nonhydrostatic Modeling System (UW-NMS) is|
a state of the art numerical weather prediction model used for research
by the UW-Madison Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences. The
UW-NMS is specifically designed to investigate meso-scale phenomena
such as hurricanes, tornadoes, squall lines, etc., and the interactions
these phenomena have on the larger synoptic and global scales.
Improvements in the model due to recent advances in computing power
have even allowed for the study of meso-gamma and miso-scale
features, such as boundary layer rolls, and how these features interact
with the larger scales. To read more about the dynamics of the UW-NMS,
click the below link.
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