Icelandic Meteorological Office

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Icelandic Meteorological Office (abbreviation IMO, Icelandic: Veðurstofa Íslands) is Iceland's national weather service.


From 2016, the Icelandic Veðurstofa manages a dual Cray XC30 system for the Danish Meteorological Institute as weather prediction, due to cheaper electricity and cooling.[1] One is used for development, the other for daily operations.[2]


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