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'''<code>WTIMINC</code>''' is a parameter in the [[fort.15 file]] that informs the model of the meteorological forcing time interval in seconds.
'''<code>WTIMINC</code>''' is a parameter in the [[fort.15 file]] that informs the model of the meteorological forcing time interval in seconds.


== Usage Notes ==
== Usage Notes ==
<code>WTIMINC</code> is required unless you are using the parametric vortex model for meteorology (refer <code>[[NWS]]</code>). WTIMINC is usually a single integer. An exception this is when <code>[[NWS]]</code> = -14, where the first value indicates the time interval of the GRIB2/NetCDF dataset, and the second value indicates the time interval of the OWI dataset.
For a detailed breakdown of what goes on this line in the fort.15 file, see the [[Supplemental Meteorological/Wind/Ice Parameters]].  <code>WTIMINC</code> is required unless you are using the parametric vortex model for meteorology (refer <code>[[NWS]]</code>). WTIMINC is usually a single integer. An exception this is when <code>[[NWS]]</code> = -14, where the first value indicates the time interval of the GRIB2/NetCDF dataset, and the second value indicates the time interval of the OWI dataset.

Revision as of 12:41, 15 May 2020

WTIMINC is a parameter in the fort.15 file that informs the model of the meteorological forcing time interval in seconds.

Usage Notes

For a detailed breakdown of what goes on this line in the fort.15 file, see the Supplemental Meteorological/Wind/Ice Parameters. WTIMINC is required unless you are using the parametric vortex model for meteorology (refer NWS). WTIMINC is usually a single integer. An exception this is when NWS = -14, where the first value indicates the time interval of the GRIB2/NetCDF dataset, and the second value indicates the time interval of the OWI dataset.