five-day forecast

five-day forecast

[′fīv ‚dā ′fȯr‚kast]
(meteorology)
A forecast of the average weather conditions and large-scale synoptic features in a 5-day period; a type of extended forecast.
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8232;"In the five-day forecast issued on Thursday, the National Centre of Meteorology (NCM) said temperatures will tend to rise on Thursday, with a gradual increase in cloud cover, particularly at night, over the coast and islands.
The hurricane center's five-day forecast, which can change, has Ophelia heading close to the British Isles by Monday afternoon.
Looking beyond the five-day forecast, the spokesman added: "Some uncertainty from low pressure system coming across the Atlantic makes it hard to predict.
Sadly the five-day forecast isn't much better with localised downpours forecast for Western counties and lots of rain right across the country.
She says, the five-day forecast enabled the close monitoring of Lebak's skies for 'seedable' clouds, and to determine the possibility of rain.
Today I would say the others have more to fear from Treve than Today o19 Five-day forecast for Longchamp Tomorrow Friday oo 19 17 Saturday Sunday oo20 18 she does from them, and of course I hope she wins.
They can see information about their location and add up to five cities and get current conditions, hourly forecast, five-day forecast, radar maps, amongst others.
YOUR FIVE-DAY FORECAST | TODAY The Met Office has "yellow" warnings - meaning "be aware" - in place for snow in North Wales and ice in Mid and South Wales.
Five-day forecast Today: A little drizzle, but a good chance of some sunny intervals.
What was accurate as a three-day forecast back in the 1980s is now accurate as a five-day forecast.
The five-day forecast suggests only chances of rain here and there - Wednesday afternoon at the soonest.
On Friday morning, September 3, 2004, MSNBC announced a five-day forecast of the hurricane's path (Please refer to Exhibit B).