hourly observation

hourly observation

[′au̇·ər·lē ‚äb·sər′vā·shən]
(meteorology)
References in periodicals archive ?
But he said he decided to maintain only twice hourly observation and chose not to remove items from which could be used to commit suicide.
He was immediately attended to by nurses and was placed on half hourly to hourly observation by a doctor.
The standardized hourly observation (referred to as "synoptic") normally occurs during the ten minutes before the top of the hour, and is transmitted through the Global Telecommunications System (GTS) of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) for use by NWS and other users.
The inquiry heard that at the time Mark, 18, of Aberdeen killed himself he was supposed to be under hourly observation.
Nursing officer Katherine McGregor said she marked Angela down for hourly observation to make sure she was not suffering withdrawal symptons.
Gentle was put on hourly observation after an incident involving another prisoner.
We did hourly observations for aircraft coming in," he said.
7 percentage point confidence interval for hourly observations might be inadequate for us to conclude that our work-sampling results reasonably approximate time-and-motion results.
For example, analysis of 768 hourly observations from Akron-Canton Airport since Jan.
The database consists of all hourly observations taken during the period extending from 1999 through 2008.
The inquest heard nursing assistant Jane Nicholas had conducted hourly observations at 8pm on October 31 and seen Ms Howell in her bedroom, but forgot to sign a form confirming the checks.
WELS Research Corporation (Wels) products include WeatherPro, RoadPro, WeatherPro Plus and National Weather Service (NWS) Hourly Observations.