I've uploaded a 320x240 movie of a recent openGL application that I put together. The data shown is taken from a possible 2095 scenario that is a "worst case" possibility of atmospheric CO2 concentrations that continue to increase at an unabated rate of 1% per year. The latent heat flux field is a key field in the surface energy and moisture transfer between the ocean and the atmosphere. The warm water of the Gulf Stream provides the poleward transport of heat through ocean currents. The movie shows short time scale and small spatial features of the climate simulations by observing these instantaneous weather states.
This will be running on our R&D powerwall that we are bringing to SuperComputing 2005 this year at 6400x3200 resolution.