Supporting international coordinated research efforts in the polar regions that have undergone significant changes in recent years is the goal of the World Meteorological Organization's (WMO) Polar Prediction Project (PPP) within the World Weather Research Programm (WWRP). The mission of the PPP is to

"promote cooperative international research enabling development of improved weather and environmental prediction services for the polar regions, on time scales from hours to seasonal".

The Year of Polar Prediction

YOPP - the Year of Polar Prediction - is one of the flagship activities within PPP. The YOPP core phase (mid-2017 to mid 2019) is approaching. Read more....

Science Workshops

To foster scientific exchange, education and outreach, we support and organize science workshops: One of the upcoming major events is the 7th IICWG Sea Ice Verification Workshop, Frascati, Italy. Read more....


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Latest entry 27-Nov-15: Read how "Additional Arctic observations improve weather and sea-ice forecasts for the Northern Sea Route"
New Scientific Report by Inoue et al. now online open at http://www.nature.com/articles/srep16868


We support and organize webinars, workshops and other events. An upcoming highlight is the WWRP/WCRP/Bolin Centre Polar Prediction School at Abisko Scientific Research Station, 5-15 April 2016.


Why, how and by whom was the Polar Prediction Project (PPP) initiated? What are the background and history? Read more....

Mailing List

polarprediction@climate-cryosphere.org is a mailing list for anyone interested in polar weather and climate prediction and predictability supported by CliC and PPP. To subscribe please send an e-mail to office@polarprediction.net