Master upper-air meteorology with accurate radiosonde data and sounding systems

Why radiosonde data quality is critical

The radiosonde is a unique instrument among observation systems. It provides a complete vertical profiling of the initial state of the atmospheric analysis that drives numerical weather prediction (NWP) models. It’s the only way to capture an accurate profile from the ground up to 35 km — with more detail than satellites and other remote sensing technology can provide.

Radiosondes also have an important role in providing a long-term, high-quality time series of climatology trends of various parameters as well as helping meteorologists to understand our changing climate.

Download this expert guide to learn more about the critical role radiosonde data plays in weather prediction.

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