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The TIGGE archive consists of ensemble forecast data from eleven thirteen global numerical weather prediction (NWP) centres, starting from October 2006.

TIGGE has become a focal point for a range of research projects, including research on ensemble forecasting, predictability and the development of products to improve the prediction of severe weather. Further information is available from this leaflet, the web page on GIFS (Global Interactive Forecast System) and on other pages of this website.

We anticipate that TIGGE, together with TIGGE-LAM, will provide valuable data to support both the Polar Prediction Project (PPP) and High-Impact Weather (HIWeather) project, as well as other WWRP projects.  The third THORPEX legacy project on Subseasonal to Seasonal Prediction (S2S) has its own archive dataset.

We request researchers using TIGGE to inform us of their research progress, particularly when papers are published.


CentreModel acronymArchive acronymRemark
1Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, AustraliaBoMammc

China Meteorological Administration, Beijing, China

3Centro de Previsao Tempo e Estudos Climaticos, Cachoeira Paulista, BrazilCPTECsbsj
4Deutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach, GermanyDWDedzwjoined Dec 2020
5Meteorological Service of Canada, Montreal, CanadaECCCcwao
6European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, Reading, EuropeECMWFecmf
7 India Meteorological Department, New Delhi, India IMDvabbjoined Jul 2020
8Japan Meteorological Agency, Tokyo, JapanJMArjtd
9Korea Meteorological Administration, Seoul, KoreaKMArksl
10MeteoFranceMétéo-France, Toulouse, FranceM-Flfpw

National Centres for Environmental Prediction, Washington, DC, USA

The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Boulder, CO, USA


National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting, Noida, India

NCMRWFdemsjoined Aug 2017
13MetOffice, Exeter, United KingdomUKMOegrr