BlueSky runs using 2-km California / Nevada meteorological data from CANSAC are now available daily. Please see our
Please goto the BlueSky-Daily page for the links. We are checking these runs every morning and confirming their presence on that page.
We are bringing systems back online. Currently, you can find CONUS wide forecasts here:
but you will have to walk down the directory structure as described below.
I am working on a better system, but here is the guide of where to go next:
- NAM36 – the NAM 12km grid run for 36 forecast hours
- NAM84 – the NAM 12km grid run for 84 forecast hours
Within each directory you will find names like:
This indicates the forecast hour of the meteorlogical data used (June 1, 2013 00Z run in this case) – the analysis grid used within hysplit (0.08deg =~ 9km or 0.15deg =~ 17km) _ the dispersion model used (hysplit).
Within each directory there are numerous files, but the main one to look at is
Which will show you the smoke dispersion model output in Google Earth.
So here is the full link for one of the model runs for June 1, 2013:
Adjust the settings for the correct date, etc… or simply start at http://smoke.airfire.org/bluesky-daily/output/ and work your way down as described above.