Limited Fine-Mesh Model Celebrates 21 Years of the NMC in the late 1960s. The model architecture Operation closely followed that of the hemispheric, six-layer, 381-km primitive equation model. The LFM began its To commemorate the coming of age of the National long and distinguished service in the NMC operational Meteorological Center's (NMC's) Limited Area Fine- suite on 29 September 1971. Many NWS employees Mesh Model (LFM), a birthday party was held to have participated in the development and mainte- celebrate the LFM's 21 st year in the NMC operational nance of the LFM. model suite. Sixty employees, past and present, from the National Weather Service (NWS) were in atten- The LFM provided model forecast fields for the dance to celebrate this important milestone in numeri- model output statistics (MOS). The NWS Techniques Development Laboratory began using the NGM model cal weather prediction. The luncheon was held on 29 forecast fields for MOS instead of those from the LFM September 1992 in honor of the inventors and devel- over the continental United States in late 1992. The opers of the model and in honor of the many advance- LFM fields will, however, still be needed over Alaska to ments in
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jan 1, 1993
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