Use the search engine to find what you are looking for is a big website and it is not always easy to find what you are looking for (webcams, weather maps, satellite images, etc ...). Try typing the text in the following box and press the enter key (or click on the blue icon) and find the results using the Google internal search engine.

Weather forecast maps by GFS

The weather maps on this page are created and owned by You can use them on other websites or on publications always quoting as a reference. It is forbidden to modify the maps.
To see the GFS ANALYSIS MAP ARCHIVE from 2013 to today click here.

Notes on GFS forecast maps

The Global Forecast System (GFS) is a National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) weather forecast model that generates data for dozens of atmospheric and land-soil variables, including temperatures, winds, precipitation, soil moisture, and atmospheric ozone concentration. The system couples four separate models (atmosphere, ocean model, land/soil model, and sea ice) that work together to accurately depict weather conditions.
GFS is a global model with a base horizontal resolution of 0.25° (28 kilometers) between grid points. The GFS is run 4 times a day, the temporal resolution covers analysis and forecasts out to 16 days.

 Click to choose the geographical area 
Italy Europe Northern America Africa World
Northern Italy   Cental America South-Western Asia  
Central Italy   Southern America East Asia  
Southern Italy     Oceania  

 Click to choose the weather map 
Geopotential Temperature Rain and Umidity Winds More
Geop.+Temp. 500 hPa2 m TemperatureRain & Snow + 0 C Level10 m WindCloud Cover
Geop. + Temp. 500 hPa (GIF)Minimum Temperature1 Day Total Precipitation500 hPa WindCAPE & Lifted Index
Geop.+Temp. 850 hPaMaximum TemperaturePrecipitable Water200 hPa Jet StreamCIN
Geop. + Temp. 850 hPa (GIF)2 m Temp. trendRH + Vertical Vel. 850 hPa300 hPa Jet Stream500 hPa Forecast Stability
Geop.+Temp. 925 hPa850 hPa Temp. trendRH + Vel. Verticale 700 hPa   850 hPa Forecast Stability
500 hPa Geop. + Temp. trend850 hPa Temp. AnomaliesRH + Vel. Verticale 500 hPa   Last 4 GFS run comparison
  500 hPa Temp. Anomalies      
  2 m Temp. Anomalies      
  Daily 2 m Average Temp.      
  Daily 2 m Temp. Anomalies      
  Daily 850 hPa Average Temp.      
  Daily 850 hPa Temp. Anomalies      

GFS Europe: Anomalia di Geopotenziale a 500 hPa

In queste mappe sono riportate con un plot a fasce colorate le differenze tra il geopotenziale a 500 hPa previsto e la media climatologica (ottenuta dai dati del periodo 1979-2008). Le zone di colore tra il giallo ed il rosso indicano una anomalia positiva, mentre zone di colore tra il celeste ed il viola indicano una anomalia negativa. Sulla colorbar a destra del plot sono riportate le differenze in metri ottenute.
La data e l'ora UTC di emissione della previsione sono riportate sulla didascalia in alto a sinistra della figura, mentre il giorno e l'ora UTC ai quali la previsione si riferisce sono riportati in alto a destra. Modello di previsione: GFS a risoluzione spaziale 0.5°x0.5° (lat x lon).

NOTE: in central European countries, when solar time is in effect, the CET time is used, which is equal to UTC +1 hour, while when daylight saving time is in effect, the CEST time is used, which is equal to UTC +2 hours. Right now it is 21:28 UTC.


weather map GFS Anomalia Geopotenziale a 500 hPa

See the GFS analysis maps archive from 2013 to today

To see the GFS ANALYSIS MAP ARCHIVE from 2013 to today click here.

Sezioni suggerite

Stazione meteo LIVE

Tutti i dati in diretta dalla stazione di monitoraggio di Molino del Piano (FI, 120 m slm), attiva dal 2006.

Mappa Webcam Appennino

Una selezione di webcam installate lungo l'appennino Tosco-Emiliano. Seleziona dalla mappa interattiva la località di tuo interesse!

Mappe meteo GFS

Previsioni meteo emesse dal modello GFS (Global Forecast System) prodotto dal National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP).

Monitoraggio terremoti LIVE

Mappe e tabella con gli ultimi terremoti rilevati dal sistema di monitoraggio dell'INGV (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia)