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forecast

a statement of probable future weather conditions calculated from meteorological data

forecast

[′fȯr‚kast]
(meteorology)
A statement of expected future meteorological occurrences.
(statistics)
To assess the magnitude that a quantity will have at a specified time in the future. Also known as predict.

forecast

A statement of expected meteorological conditions for a specified time or period, and for a specified area or a portion of airspace (ICAO). It includes terminal and en route weather, wind velocity at various heights, cloud amounts and types, visibility, precipitation, ice formation, barometric pressure, and any other significant weather condition that may affect the flight.
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However, forecasters say the weather will remain mild before becoming more wintry on the weekend.
By late Friday evening, forecasters expect humidity to increase to 85 per cent in Dubai and may increase discomfort for others outdoors.
While some stakeholders may require a more in-depth forecast, others may have a need for only a snapshot of the forecast and Forecaster NOW provides this on-demand flexibility.
The goal of this short study was not to draw conclusions about forecaster cognitive processes, but to think about what type of information eye-tracking methods can provide for learning about cognitive processes that our current qualitative methods do not.
7) In principle, evaluation criteria or a loss function that maps forecast errors into costs for the forecaster should reflect these characteristics.
Given how pervasive and influential oil price predictions are, there is a surprising lack of data into how accurate the forecasts have been and which forecasters have the best track record, says JOHN KEMP
Figure 2 plots the Taylor rule output growth and inflation coefficients that we estimate for each forecaster using these projections.
The forecaster said: "It is uncertain how much rain could fall.
m - 1), where x is the vector input and y is the scalar output of the FLS forecaster for chaotic systems.
And with no prospect of a respite from the wet weather in sight, forecasters issued a series of severe weather warnings predicting heavy rain.
A BLAST of wintry weather sweeping the country is was expected to send temperatures plummeting to as low as -5C, bringing more snow and icy conditions, forecasters said last night.
Forecasters said temperatures would drop to minus 7C (19.