Météo-France became a member of the APCC Multi-Model Ensemble (MME) prediction in January 2021.
CLIK (cliks.apcc21.org) enables climate information users to select and download data
from the APCC Multi-Model Ensemble (MME) prediction, individual participating models, and Regional Coupled Model Intercomparison Project 5 (CMIP5) according to the user’s needs.
APCC's online user support (help desk) service facilitates communication
between our users and operators regarding our climate information services, and to collect user feedback.
APCC held the 2020 Climate Prediction Workshop on the topic
at BEXCO in Haeundae, Busan on July 9th, 2020
Four new variables such as 2m temperature, sea surface temperature, sea level pressure
and 500hPa geopotential height are now available
APCC has officially launched its Fire and Haze forecasts for Borneo Island in Southeast Asia
for the year 2020, starting from April 25 on our website
APCC commenced its Boreal Summer Intraseasonal Oscillation (BSISO) forecast
for the year 2020 at its website from 1 May, 2020.
APCC launched probabilistic forecast service of individual seasonal climate models
collected for its Multi-Model Ensemble (MME) prediction.
Starting from December 2019, SINTEX-F of Japan Agency for Marine-Earth
Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) has joined the APCC MME ENSO forecast
Starting from November 2019, APCC has changed the official seasonal climate outlook release date
from the 25th to the 20th of every month