Use and problems of high resolution guidance / forecast products
Convener: D. Schulze 
Oral Programme
 / Tue, 13 Sep, 16:30–18:20 / Room Cambridge
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Tue, 13 Sep, 18:30–19:30 / Poster Hall (Ground Floor)
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For many applications the meteorological conditions at an exact spot or a small region are of highest interest. Some examples are hub height wind speed forecasts for a single wind turbine, road temperatures on a critical bridge or the amount of rain for a section of an arable field.

Both numerical forecasting techniques as well as statistical post-processing are applied to bring the users the best results. With high-resolution models forecasters have access to very detailed information which brings new challenges for interpretation of results.

Authors are invited to submit abstracts with focus on one or more of the following topics:
- Applications of high-resolution numerical models
- Site specific forecasts for sophisticated technical and economic applications
- Usage of high resolution forecast products in energy, transportation, agriculture and other sectors
- Challenges for the forecaster in the use of high-resolution guidance