Re: Using wrf_slp function

From: Mary Haley <haley_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 13:39:30 -0700

Hi Asuka,

If you have version 4.2.0.a034 of NCL, this version does not have a
wrf_slp in it. This function will officially be added to version
4.2.0.a035, but
I can get you a test version earlier if you need it.

As for questions on using the WRF functions themselves, please email
the WRF folks directly at I've CC'ed them on this
so you don't need to do so.

The documentation for wrf_slp has not been finalized, so this is why
not much there yet. We will have all the WRF documentation in place
we release 4.2.0.a035.


On Nov 13, 2006, at 8:45 AM, Asuka Suzuki wrote:

> Hi All,
> I am trying to use the wrf_slp function, and wondering if I could get
> a little more details on what to use as inputs. According to NCL
> website, wrf_slp calls for four inputs; Z,T,P,Q. Now from WRF, you get
> base-state and pertubation for Z and P... Are we supposed to add them
> up before putting them into wrf_slp function? Also is T supposed to be
> converted into regular temp (in K, by calculating with wrf_tk
> function) before it can be used in wrf_slp? Please somebody help!
> Asuka Suzuki_______________________________________________
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