DateModel run at 2023-01-26 1200Model run at 2023-01-27 0000Model run at 2023-01-27 1200Model run at 2023-01-28 0000Model run at 2023-01-28 1200Model run at 2023-01-29 0000
Monday
30
January
03:00

20230129-150000

Stability:
Monday
30
January
06:00

20230129-180000

Stability:
Monday
30
January
09:00

20230129-210000

Stability:
Monday
30
January
12:00

20230130-000000

Stability:
Monday
30
January
15:00

20230130-030000

Stability:
 
Monday
30
January
18:00

20230130-060000

Stability:
 
Monday
30
January
21:00

20230130-090000

Stability:
 
Tuesday
31
January
00:00

20230130-120000

Stability:
 
Tuesday
31
January
03:00

20230130-150000

Stability:
   
Tuesday
31
January
06:00

20230130-180000

Stability:
   
Tuesday
31
January
09:00

20230130-210000

Stability:
   
Tuesday
31
January
12:00

20230131-000000

Stability:
   
Tuesday
31
January
15:00

20230131-030000

Stability:
     
Tuesday
31
January
18:00

20230131-060000

Stability:
     
Tuesday
31
January
21:00

20230131-090000

Stability:
     
Wednesday
01
February
00:00

20230131-120000

Stability:
     
Wednesday
01
February
03:00

20230131-150000

Stability:
       
Wednesday
01
February
06:00

20230131-180000

Stability:
       
Wednesday
01
February
09:00

20230131-210000

Stability:
       
Wednesday
01
February
12:00

20230201-000000

Stability:
       
Wednesday
01
February
15:00
         
Wednesday
01
February
18:00
         
Wednesday
01
February
21:00
         
Thursday
02
February
00:00
         

What is this web page?
This web page allows you to view the Met Service forecast for a given time across multiple model runs to indicate how stable the forecast for that time is.
If there is very little change in successive model runs then the forecast is more likely to be accurate.

The stability map shows areas in red that have the highest level of change between successive model runs. TBH, the stability map is not actually very useful :-/


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