Subseasonal Experiment (SubX)

The Subseasonal Experiment (SubX) is a two-year project that combines multiple global models from NOAA, NASA, Environment Canada, the Navy, and National Center for Atmospheric Research to produce once-a-week real-time experimental forecasts as well as a set of forecasts for past dates (also called reforecasts) now available to the research community. 

SubX is a project under the NOAA Climate Test Bed, which helps expedite the transition of research to NOAA’s operational modeling centers that produce forecasts for the public. The SubX team’s goal is to combine global models, which each have different strengths and weaknesses, and test the benefit of each model and the multi-model approach for week 3-4 outlooks.

For more information on the project, please visit the SubX website.