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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.

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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 : 20 Apr 2015

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25 August 2015 new

14 August 2015 new

  • Updated Information: Global Average Surface Temperature Anomalies

14 August 2015 new

  • Updated Information: Climate System Monitoring

14 August 2015 new

  • Updated Information: World Climate

10 August 2015 new

10 August 2015 new

  • Updated Information: Climate in Japan

4 August 2015 new

    - Sea Ice in the Sea of Okhotsk in the 2014/2015 Winter Season
    - Summary of Kosa (Aeolian dust) Events over Japan in 2015
    - TCC contributions to Regional Climate Outlook Forums in Asia
    - TCC Experts Visit Sri Lanka

2 June 2015

19 May 2015

    - JMA's New Seasonal Ensemble Prediction System (JMA/MRI–CPS2)
    - El Niño Outlook (April – October 2015)
    - JMA's Seasonal Numerical Ensemble Prediction for Boreal Summer 2015
    - Warm Season Outlook for Summer 2015 in Japan
    - Summary of the 2014/2015 Asian Winter Monsoon
    - TCC Experts Visit Thailand

30 April 2015 new

3 February 2015

  • TCC Training Seminar on Global Warming Projection Information (26 - 30 January 2015)

22 December 2014

22 December 2014

  • Updated Information: Global Average Surface Temperature Anomalies

3 September 2014

28 August 2014

15 April 2014

31 March 2014

6 March 2014

3 March 2014

  • Announcement: Products using new reanalysis dataset (JRA-55) are available

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