The NWS discontinues their Sea Surface products (UNISYS)

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The NWS discontinues their Sea Surface products (UNISYS)

#1 Postby xtyphooncyclonex » Tue Jun 10, 2014 8:51 pm

Well, for many years, this has been used for monitoring SSTs and is also used for oceanic events like ENSO.

A few days ago, I noticed a glitch in the UNISYS product, showing only a world map without the SST anomalies.

Today, the file "sst_anom.gif" showed a message.

Here is the message:

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