district forecast

district forecast

[′di·strikt ′fȯr‚kast]
(meteorology)
In U.S. Weather Bureau usage, a general weather forecast for conditions over an established geographical “forecast district.”
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While the district forecast assumes this to be the case, the City Council appears likely to place the levy on the November 2006 ballot for renewal.
The district forecast a decline in cash of $229 million in fiscal 2006 but cash actually declined just $20 million during the fiscal year.
The district forecast a decline in cash of $304 million but actually added $31 million during the fiscal year.
6th district forecasts, case, analytical, RozborovEi studies and strategic documents: Project Processing and forecasts trends in transport in Slovakia, Project Processing case, analytical studies and an assay for the needs of the Ministry II.
The Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District forecasts that water use between now and 2020 will increase by 10 to 20 percent, depending on conservation and other factors.
In particular, for the District forecasts the aggregate AR exhibits greater MSPEs at every horizon than the ST-AR model.
School district forecasts are that Plum Canyon eventually will have an enrollment of 850 pupils.
Then the district forecasts were adjusted to add to Peoria's total and the districts were held accountable for achieving Peoria's plan.
The district forecasts a general fund balance of 1.
The district forecasts maintenance of its 4% fund balance policy in the near term, which would prove adequate at the current rating level.
Even without reserve transfers, the district forecasts adequate coverage of about 1.
The district forecasts use of reserves in fiscal year (FY) 2010 and currently projects operating deficits through FY 2012.
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