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What are WMO RCCs?

WMO Regional Climate Centers (RCCs) are centres of excellence that create regional products including long-range forecasts that support regional and national climate activities, and thereby strengthen the capacity of WMO Members in a given region to deliver better climate services to national users.

RCC Functions

WMO RCCs perform the following set of mandatory functions covering the domains of long-range forecasting (LRF), climate monitoring, data services and training.

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STRATALERT TOKYO  last updated : 08 Feb 2016

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1 February 2016new

25 January 2016 new

15 January 2016 new

  • Updated Information: Climate System Monitoring

14 January 2016 new

  • Updated Information: Global Average Surface Temperature Anomalies

14 January 2016 new

  • TCC has updated its products regarding a statistical relationship between El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and the global climate system

14 January 2016 new

  • Updated Information: World Climate

12 January 2016 new

12 January 2016 new

  • Updated Information: Climate in Japan

21 December 2015 new

  • Updated Information: Global Average Surface Temperature Anomalies

4 December 2015

    - El Niño Outlook (October 2015 – April 2016)
    - JMA's Seasonal Numerical Ensemble Prediction for Winter 2015/2016
    - Cold Season Outlook for Winter 2015/2016 in Japan
    - Summary of the 2015 Asian Summer Monsoon
    - The Antarctic ozone hole in 2015 was the fourth-largest since 1979.
    - Upgrade of TCC's Interactive Tool for Analysis of the Climate System
    - TCC Training Seminar on One-month Forecast

27 November 2015

  • TCC Training Seminar on One-month Forecast (16 - 20 November 2015)

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