Re: how to convert wrfout in aasci format

From: So-Young Ha <syha_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Fri, 01 Sep 2006 10:00:33 -0600

So-Young Ha wrote:
> Anil,
> You don't need to extract all those information in ascii format. NCL
> can read/calculate those info directly from wrf output.
> For storm track, you can get sea level pressure ("slvl") using
> "wrf_user_mass.ncl", then find a minimum value using ncl functions.
> I have a script for reading wrf output and making a plot for storm
> tracks.
> If you are interested in it, please contact me personally.
> Dennis,
> Local_min is new to me.
> I used ndtooned, min, and minind (consecutively) to get the indeces
> for the min value in 2-D array last year.

Oops, I meant to say that ndtooned, minind, and ind_resolve. --Soyoung

> Is local_min doing the same job as them? We need to find the global
> minima in the whole domain, and the name 'local"_min worries me. Just
> curious.
> So-Young
> anil rohilla wrote:
>> hI
>> List , i am having wrfoutput files and in these files i am having
>> some tropical cyclone movement information i want to plot this
>> information as a track...
>> in ncl ploting i am geeting some low pressure systems ,how can we get
>> infomartion about that low pressure system ,such as lat,lon
>> ,pressure.wind speed ..etc in aasci format so that we can read and
>> plot this
>> regards
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