Verification studies

This page shows verfication studies done with meteoblue simulations.

Verification study for air temperature, wind speed, precipitation and dewpoint temperature (2018)

Comprehensive study for four meteorological parameter (air temperature, wind speed, precipitation, dewpoint temperature) for historical and forecast data for more than worldwide 10000 meteorological stations. An overview over the model performance of meteoblue multi-models, MOS, reanalysis models and 'stand-alone' numerical weather forecast models is conducted. 

meteoblue verification global Summary 2017 EN 20181113z10.pdf (4.23 MB)

Further a quick introduction to the meteoblue learning multi-model can be downloaded below.

mlm_leaflet.pdf (6.96 MB)

NEMS validation study (2015)

Scientific publication dealing with the verification of RAW and MOS forecasts for air temperature, wind speed and the dewpoint temperature by using 9000 weather stations worldwide.

https://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/10.1175/WAF-D-14-00049.1

NEMS validation study (2013)

Operational system validation of global weather simulation with hourly intervals.  It includes verification of temperature and wind speed of RAW and MOS forecast for >9500 weather stations and was presented at the Meteorological World Expo in Brussels on 16 October 2013:

meteoblue_model_nmmb_20131023_EN.pdf (6.21 MB)

NMM validation study (2011)

Operational system validation of high resolution weather simulation with hourly intervals.  It includes verification of temperature and wind speed of RAW and MOS forecast for >1100 weather stations and was published in the Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology in August 2011:

meteoblue_NMM_validation_mueller_2011.pdf (1.60 MB)

Solar multi-model validation

Operational system validation of solar radiation & power forecast for day-ahead forecast, intraday nowcast and historical time series of NEMS simulations or satellite derived radiation:

meteoblue_Solar_Controlled_Quality_EN.pdf (456.67 kB)