The GFS Weather Model is now available for download in Excel format.

The model provides forecasts of all the weather phenomena that occur on Earth over a wide area, from cloud cover and temperature, to precipitation and wind speed and direction.

It is a vital tool for forecasters to help them prepare for any weather event that may occur, and it’s also used by people working with the climate.

In an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek, the model’s co-founder and chief scientist, Chris Barrington, said the model has been used for forecasting over the past several years to predict sea level rise, storm intensity, the strength of hurricanes and other natural disasters.

“We’ve been using the GFS for over 10 years to understand the weather,” Barrington said.

The GFS is based on the work of atmospheric scientists Dr. Christopher Barrington and Dr. John Bates, the chief scientist for the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Barrington is the co-chief scientist for GFS, while Bates is the director of the National Center for Atmospheric Research.

The GLS is based at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.

While the model is not directly applicable to the climate, Barrington says the model can be used to forecast the global climate.

It is designed to take into account climate changes that are already occurring.

There is one caveat to the model.

The data is only available as of July 1.

If you are interested in getting involved with the GLS, there are currently two ways to get involved: a) Join a GFS model project, which includes a monthly report of the weather models available in the model; b) participate in the Global Climate Prediction Project, a voluntary effort to help scientists predict how climate change will affect the world.

According to Barrington: “There’s a great deal of science behind this model, and we’re hoping that this model will be used as a reference for the scientists around the world who want to work on these problems.”

The Weather Model (GFS) is a joint effort between NASA Goddard and the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA).

The GRS is a collaboration of climate models that are designed to predict changes in the Earth’s atmosphere, ocean and climate.