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14.2 > Misc > zyGrib (8.0.1)

zyGrib is a program to download and visualize meteorological forecast data in
the standard formats GRIB 1 and 2. The available datasets include NOAA-GFS
(weather and wind conditions, above ground and at altitude) and FNMOC-WW3 (wave
conditions). It is possible to create animations from the forecast data of the
selected region and to export them as a set of images.

The available data include:

- Mean sea level pressure
- Wind 10m above surface
- Wind gusts
- Temperature 2m above surface
- Minimum and maximum temperature 2m above surface
- Relative humidity 2m above surface
- Total precipitation (mm/h)
- Cloud cover (%)
- Dew point 2m above surface
- 0 deg C isotherm
- Snow (rain-snow line and snowfall risk)
- CAPE (convective available potential energy) and CIN (convective inhibition)
- Data at altitude (wind, temperature, theta-e, geopotential altitude, relative
humidity) at 925, 850, 700, 600, 500, 400, 300 and 200 hPa levels
- Atmospheric sounding forecast displayed on SkewT-LogP thermodynamic diagrams
- Waves (height, direction, period, whitecap probability for wind waves, swell,
and for significant, maximum, primary and secondary waves)
- Sea currents (not provided by zyGrib's data server)

The zyGrib source package ships with the code for Qwt (an extension library for
QT) and NOAA's g2clib (decoder/encoder routines for GRIB 2): both are built
automatically and linked statically: this will not affect already installed

zyGrib is distributed under the GNU GPL, version 3.

This requires: proj, qt5, libnova

Maintained by: Philip Lacroix
Keywords: zyGrib,GRIB,met,Meteorology,weather,
ChangeLog: zyGrib


Source Downloads:
zyGrib-8.0.1.tgz (6a6acc0490f0927b3cecd4b79bd770fd)

Download SlackBuild:
zyGrib.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Validated for Slackware 14.2

See our HOWTO for instructions on how to use the contents of this repository.

Access to the repository is available via:
ftp git cgit http rsync

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