103 Weather Symbols Markers are created by me in/for CDAT

Greetings to all.

As I told in earlier post , I have finished the program for generating the 103 weather symbol markers in CDAT.  #Happy


I had set the goal as following 100 weather symbols.

By the reference of above 100 weather symbols, I have created the “C” programs for 103 symbols, which will be the core part of the CDAT source.

Here I pasted my  103 weather symbols markers in CDAT. :-)

From  w00 to w29

From w30 to w59

From 60 to 89

From w90 to w99 and 3 new symbol markers

The 3 red colored markers are created for my IMD project work.

Source and Documentation are hosted here


Documentation says, how to install these weather symbol markers in your pre-installed CDAT .

Also it contains, how to write python cdat program to invoke these weather symbols in CDAT VCS.

Thanks to  Mr.Charles Doutriaux. [ CDAT Developer]

And Thanks a lot to Mr.Thyagarajan sanmugham who encouraged me a lot to create these 103 weather symbol markers in CDAT. 🙂

I am proudly says that this is my first contribution to free/open source world. 🙂


Arulalan Thanigachalam


About arulalant

Currently working as "Project Scientist – C" in National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting (NCMRWF), MoES, Noida, India
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8 Responses to 103 Weather Symbols Markers are created by me in/for CDAT

  1. yeah how great is your work


  2. AlovirDiv says:

    The good blog very much was pleasant I will watch your news


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  4. Nagaraja says:

    Nice work Arul,, keep going….


  5. raji says:

    Superb and Great Work Arul 🙂


  6. Ramachandran says:

    Wow… Excellent work…
    You are really great…
    Congrats and continue rocking…


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