On Some Weather Forecasting Models in Georgia

Authors

  • Marika R. Tatishvili
  • Zurab V. Khvedelidze
  • Demuri I. Demetrashvili

Keywords:

Numerical weather forecasting, hydrothermodynamical equations, complex orography regional forecasting systems, nonstationary mesoscale model

Abstract

Weather regional forecasting is the hard mathematical task especially for Georgian complex relief. Models of different complexity have been created and used to solve this problem. The results obtained from WRF and atmospheric non-stationary mesoscale models for complex orography of Georgia are presented in paper. Also existed and new approaches developed for better understanding meteorological events are discussed in conclusion.

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Published

2021-01-04

How to Cite

R. Tatishvili, M. ., V. Khvedelidze, Z., & I. Demetrashvili , D. . (2021). On Some Weather Forecasting Models in Georgia. JOURNAL OF THE GEORGIAN GEOPHYSICAL SOCIETY, 23(2). Retrieved from https://openjournals.ge/index.php/GGS/article/view/2727