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Probabilities: 24hr total precipitation

Base Time: Sat 25 Sep 2021 00 UTC T+24 Valid time: Sun 26 Sep 2021 00 UTC

Probabilities: 24h precipitation

The plot shows probability information derived from the ensemble forecast system (ENS), specifically the Probability of 24-h accumulated precipitation (rain and snow) exceeding 1 mm (colour shading in %).
The probabilities are based on the number of forecast members which meet the criteria (each member is assigned an equal probability of 1/50).

Detailed description of ENS probabilistic products can be found in ECMWF Forecast User Guide.

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