ISSN 0003-0007 Volume 76 Number 3 larc h 1995 Ameri can Meteorological Society TOGA COARE -C13 0 Satellite and Aircraft - N43RF Mission Summaries - N42RF - N308D on the - DC8 World Wide Web 157 E \ 158 E (* C : H H tl M DC : | \ / ALDEN. Your Link To WAFS Access WAFS With Alcflen Technology The World Area Forecast System (WAFS ), sponsored by ICAO, is a satellite communications system designed to provide the aviation community with essential meteorological information. WAFS products include Gridded global wind and temperature data in GRIB format, selected f — 3 ^ i Significant Weather (SIGWX) charts in T4 facsimile code and Text data (OPMET). Alden's WAFS terminal provides easy to use display and analysis tools that: Alden's WAFS terminal was selected by the U.S. • Display and manipulate data from individual government to meet the needs of up to 32 countries. station observations and forecasts Alden has nearly five decades of experience provid- • Display groupings based on station names, ing weather display systems with proven reliability, ICAO identifiers, time, product type and backed by worldwide support. geographical area • Plot data in a vertical cross-section
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 1, 1995
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