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Weathermodels.com is a new professional forecasting service for weather enthusiasts and companies that rely on superior weather forecasting tools.

It is the home of Dr. Ryan Maue’s (COO with weather.us) model maps, and will host new inventions that push the boundaries of modern weather forecasting.

Weathermodels.com North America focuses on the North American realm and will feature only some international maps, so it is best suited for people interested in weather that mainly takes place in the US, Canada and Mexico. However - there will be an international version of this website coming out soon that will shift its focus to international areas.

Current subscribers have access to a variety of models such as the ECMWF, GFS, UKMET, HRRR, and NAM, as well as several others. Additionally, we have our own in-house .8 x .8 mile resolution “SWISS SuperHD” model available for several parts of the US. All available models and areas can be tested in our open model viewer, that differs from the one behind the paywall only by its actuality.

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Tropical Disturbance To Bring Torrential Rains To Parts Of The Gulf Coast This Weekend

Hello everyone! An area of low pressure is currently producing disorganized shower and thunderstorm activity east of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. This disturbance will drift northward over the next few days, and could consolidate into the first tropical or subtropical cyclone of the year. While the system’s eventual designation as a named storm remains uncertain, we have high confidence in its impacts, the primary one being heavy rain. The system will bring moisture and rising motion to much of the eastern Gulf Coast for a prolonged period this weekend into early next week, resulting in many days of torrential downpours which,


Severe Weather Discussion 5-21-18

In this video, forecaster Jack Sillin discusses the severe weather setup for the afternoon/evening of Monday May 21st 2018. Learn what to expect from storms in the Ohio Valley today, as well as some of the science behind the setup.