ARPEGEThe selected time, variable and region is available for this model. ARPEGE is the global forecast model of the French weather service (Meteo France). It is runs with a maximum resolution of approx. 7 km in Europe and mean global grid spacing of 15 km. WZ offers forecasts up to 102 hours.
CPTECThe selected time, variable and region is available for this model. BAM (Brazilian Atmospheric Model) is the global atmospheric model of the Center for Weather Forecasting and Climate Research [Centro de Previsao de Tempo e Estudos Climaticos (CPTEC)] from Brazil. It is run twice daily at 0 and 12 UTC.
ECMWFThe selected variable and region is available, but not for 2019-12-05, 18:00. You will switch back to the first available time step. The European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) creates forecasts for the upcoming 15 days and is a global leader in forecast skill. However, it offers only a small number of parameters for free. The 00Z and 12Z runs are coming in twice daily between 6 and 7 UTC and 18 and 19 UTC.
GEMThe selected time, variable and region is available for this model. GEM is the global forecast model of the Canadian weather service and computes 10 day forecasts.
GFSThe selected time, variable and region is available for this model. GFS is the global weather forecast model of the US weather service run at an internal resolution of 28 km. It offers a plethora of parameters for the next 15 days. Updated 4 times a day up to 384 hours ahead. The runs for the 0, 6, 12 and 18Z runs are usually coming in from 3:30, 9:30, 15:30 and 21:30 UTC, respectively.
ICONCurrently selected. ICON is the global weather forecast of the German weather service (DWD) with a grid spacing of approx. 13 km globally (Europe nest: 6 km). Model output is available up to 180 hours ahead for the 0Z and 12Z runs, and up to 120 hours for the 6Z and 18Z runs.
JMAThe selected time, variable and region is available for this model. The global weather forecast model of the Japanese weather service offers data up to 7 days into the future.