This EO service provides sub-seasonal and seasonal climate outlooks to support winter street maintenance activities in Helsinki
employees of the city administration working in the urban planning, environmental protection, green space and public health offices.
- urban development
- smart cities
- local and regional planning
- assess climate change risk
- forecast threats to human health
Helsinki is the Capital of Finland and the centre of the Helsinki Region, a functional urban region of about 1.44 million inhabitants and 760.000 jobs.
The Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI; www.fmi.fi/en) is a research and service agency under the Ministry of Transport and Communications. FMI performs advanced scientific research and provides a wide variety of information services relating to weather, air quality, sea and climate. FMI has a strong background in meteorological observation, remote sensing, atmospheric modelling, meteorological applications and end-user applications as well as climate research application development.
"Utilizing sub-seasonal and seasonal forecast in the operational workflow is still challenging, but City of Helsinki is interested to continue the co-design. Snow is the most important variable to be forecasted"
City of Helsinki
- Tailored seasonal and sub-seasonal products to planning winter street maintenance
- Quality of seasonal and sub-seasonal forecasts
- Including forecast information into the workflow
Sub-seasonal (six weekly) climate outlooks since December 2020
· long periods of freezing and mild weather
· slippery conditions for pedestrians
· snow accumulation
· conditions for street spring cleaning
Seasonal climate outlooks since January 2021
· snow accumulation
Learn more about the service: https://seasonal.fmi.fi/e-shape/helsinki/ http://ilmanet.fi , User ID: eshape-pilot-helsink , Password: eshape2020
Learn more about e-shape: www.e-shape.eu
A question? Contact the Helpdesk: https://helpdesk.e-shape.eu
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