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ANTENTOP- 01- 2005, # 007  

The Ham and the Weather Forecast

 

 

The weather accompanies us all our life. We are interested in the weather health and mood. I am sure that every Radio amateur can forecast the weather. For it it's necessary to have PC, simple HamComm modem, RX, computer software JVFAX v.7.0 and etc. (author DK8JV), and without doubt a wish.

Peter P. Grytsay, US1REO

 

15-B Moskovska Str., Apt 58,

 Nizhyn, Chernihiv Region, 16608, UKRAINE

 

 

The weather accompanies us all our life. We are interested in the weather every day, it influences our health and mood.

I am sure that every Radio amateur can forecast the weather. For it it's necessary to have PC, simple HamComm modem, RX, computer software JVFAX v.7.0 and etc. (author DK8JV), and without doubt a wish.

On the frequency 7880 or 13880 KHz weather maps are regularly transmitted from Germany. It is possible to receive surface synoptic charts, weather forecast charts for 24(30), 48, 72, 96 hours beforehand and other charts. Corrected block of charts are transmitted several times a day. Surface synoptic charts reflect real weather condition. On the weather forecast chart you can see the expected location of Anticyclones, Cyclones, fronts and often connected with them precipitation areas. As a rule, Anticyclone brings fine weather, and Cyclone with fronts - cloudy and rainy weather, etc.

Analysing weather charts you can see the movements of Cyclones and Anticyclones, their development, and forecast their influence on your QTH. Weather maps can also be received on some other frequencies from different weather centres.

I wish you good weather forecasts and many fine DX QSO!

Peter Grytsay, US1REO Published in 1998

P.S. At present I use more convenient and advanced programme JVComm32 (author DK8JV).

 

 

Petr Grytsay

Cape Smidt, Far North, May 1987

 

 

 

 

 

 

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