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GFSx/MRF Model Removed by NWS

As of 4/16/13, the NWS is no longer transmitting the GFSx/MRF model. Unisys Weather has updated the GFS/AVN model pages to include forecasts out to 10 days, including a new 9-panel image. Any user of the website that has hard links to the GFSx/MRF images will need to switch to the similar GFS/AVN images.

The direct link to the Unisys Weather GFS/AVN page is:


Changes to GFS Model

Effective 1200 UTC April 16, 2013, the National Weather Service will be removing the legacy GFSx grids from the NOAAPort Satellite Broadcast Network: http://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/notification/tin13-08gfs_mrf_removal.htm . This will result in Unisys Weather discontinuing the current GFSx on both WeatherMAX and the Unisys Weather website. The current 10-day GFSx forecast panels ( http://weather.unisys.com/gfsx/9panel/gfsx_pres_9panel.gif ) will be replaced with 10-day GFS “hi-res” plots ( http://weather.unisys.com/gfs/9panel/gfs_pres_9panel.gif ). A notice will be placed on the current GFSx images, for those directly linking to the plots.

The 10-day panel with the operational GFS is now online at: http://weather.unisys.com/gfs/gfs.php?inv=0&plot=pres&region=us&t=9p