Weather@Home Mexico: New Climate Modelling Experiment Launching Soon
Posted on 25th August 2015
We’re pleased to announce that we will be adding a new regional model to our weather@home regional modelling experiments, covering Mexico and parts of North and South America.
Weather@home 2015 Western US Drought: All models have been sent out, about half have come back
Posted on 23rd July 2015
So, thanks to the fantastic efforts of our volunteers, all 22,000 models for this experiment have now been downloaded to run on people’s home computers, and nearly half have finished running and have been uploaded back to our servers. The plots for the results so far have been updated to include all the models that […]
New Experiment Launched: weather@home 2015: Western US Drought
Posted on 30th June 2015
We’ve just launched a new experiment looking at the causes of the ongoing drought in California, Oregon and Washington. Has climate change made the drought more likely? Or is it the “blob”, the giant patch of unusually warm water off the West Coast in the northeast Pacific Ocean? We’ve just put out over 20,000 models […]
Europe’s Record Heat Directly Tied to Climate Change
Posted on 18th December 2014
As 2014 comes to a close, Europe is virtually certain to lock in its hottest year in more than 500 years, and according to research by three independent teams of climate scientists, including climateprediction.net, the record can be closely attributed to climate change.
Launch of new weather@home experiment on the causes of recent heatwaves and drought in Australia and New Zealand
Posted on 26th March 2014
We’ve just launched another new regional modelling experiment looking at the link between climate change and the recent heatwaves and drought in Australia and New Zealand.