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World Climate

Updated: 15 November 2018

Climate System Monitoring

Updated 15 November 2018

El Niño Monitoring

Updated: 9 November 2018

Monthly Discussion

Updated: 26 October 2018

Global Warming

Updated: 14 November 2018

Climate in Japan

Updated: 9 November 2018

STRATALERT TOKYO

Alert Terminated: 16 March 2018

Main Products

iTacs

iTacs, Interactive Tool for Analysis of the Climate System, is a web-based application to assist NMHSs to analyses extreme climate events and to monitor climate status.

GPC Tokyo

Products of long-range forecast from Global Producing Center (GPC) Tokyo are available. These products are based on JMA's ensemble prediction system.

Monthly Discussion on Seasonal Climate Outlook

This is intended to assist NMHSs in the Asia-Pacific region in interpreting GPC Tokyo's three-month prediction and warm/cold season prediction products.

El Niño Monitoring

"El Niño Outlook" consists of a diagnosis of current condition and prediction of El Niño/Southern Oscillation. This is issued every month around 10th.

ClimatView

The ClimatView tool enables viewing and downloading of monthly world climate data, including monthly temperature/precipitation statistics and 30-year climate normals.

TCC News

TCC News, a quarterly newsletter from Tokyo Climate Center, acquaints with significant climate disasters and events, forecaster's commentaries on seasonal outlooks, besides topics on the renewal and the usage of TCC products.

What's New                     RSS

5 October 2018

30 August 2018 new

    - Upgrade of JMA's Supercomputer System
    - Primary Factors behind the Heavy Rain Event of July 2018 and the Subsequent Heatwave in Japan from Mid-July Onward
    - Sea Ice in the Sea of Okhotsk in the 2017/2018 Winter Season
    - Kosa (Aeolian dust) Events over Japan in January-June 2018
    - TCC Experts Visit the Philippines

22 August 2018 new

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