With climateprediction.net, scientists are able to design experiments that answer questions that otherwise could not be answered without large climate model ensembles. However, most extreme weather events take place on a much smaller scale that the global models can’t show. That’s where the weather@home project comes in.
Weather@home runs regional climate models to answer the question: how does climate change affect our weather.
Weather@home is a family of regional climate models for a growing number of regions around the world. With weather@home scientists can investigate how the odds of extreme weather events change due to man-made climate change and natural climate variability.
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