Floodlist archive. A validation against in situ observations, from TAHMO network and from the SAWS network, both available through the HydroNet platform will follow.
WRF numerical domains (d01, d02, d03) at 13.5, 4.5 and 1.5 km
horizontal resolutions and the location of all the geodetic stations available.
The color shading shows the model orography
For the selected events, data from available GNSS permanent stations have been processed obtaining time series of atmospheric delays. These products will be used for the next assimilation experiments.
GNSS atmospheric delays time series of some geodetic permanent stations
in the area of the heavy precipitation event in January 2017.
Preliminary results on sensitivity tests consist of cumulated rain maps for three different turbulence schemes. By comparing these predictions with corresponding observed maps we will be able to select the best setup.
Maps of cumulated rain between January 4th and 7th simulated with three different turbulence schemes.
Written by Giovanna Venuti
Politecnico di Milano
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