Lists MOS forecasts from the GFS, NAM and NGM models.
LIST state [keywords]
MOSRPT id1 . . idn nfcst [keywords]
lists the valid MOS stations (default); in the output's "Data Types" columns, a G indicates a GFS MOS station, an E indicates an NAM MOS station, and an F indicates an NGM MOS station; the NAM MOS and NGM MOS codes are E and F, respectively, because they were previously referred to as ETA MOS and FOUS14 MOS, and because the database uses N for NEXRAD stations
ADDE dataset name; specify as group/descriptor or alias; this keyword is ignored when using the LIST option (default=RTWXTEXT/GFSMOS if TYPE=GFS; default=RTWXTEXT/NAMMOS if TYPE=NAM; default=RTWXTEXT/NGMMOS if TYPE=NGM)
Forecasts generated from Model Output Statistics (MOS) are based on multiple linear regression analysis of forecasts from the specified model: GFS (Global Forecast System), NAM (North American Mesoscale) or NGM (Nested Grid Model). The National Weather Service terminated the NGM model and its associated products on 03 March 2009 (NWS TIN08-90); the NGM options in this command are still valid for archive purposes.
This entry lists the NGM MOS stations in all states.
MOSRPT IAD 3
This entry lists the last three NGM MOS forecasts for Washington, D.C.
MOSRPT WY TYPE=GFS
This entry lists the most recent GFS MOS forecasts for all GFS MOS stations in Wyoming.
MOSRPT LIST AZ TYPE=ALL
This entry lists the GFS, NAM and NGM MOS stations in Arizona.
MOSRPT KPHX TYPE=GFS; MOSRPT KPHX TYPE=NAM; MOSRPT PHX TYPE=NGM
These entries list the most recent GFS, NAM and NGM MOS forecasts for Phoenix, Arizona. Note that the NGM MOS station ID (PHX) is different than the GFS and NAM MOS station ID (KPHX). Use MOSRPT LIST or the STNLIST command to find the correct IDs for the stations you're looking for.