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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A reasonably conservative district forecast shows coverage remaining near 2017 levels across the forecast horizon.
Early the following year, the entire Weather Bureau Office in Kansas City (including SELS and the District Forecast Office) was renamed the National Severe Storms Forecast Center--with Pearson as its director--to better reflect its national scope.
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 projects senior lien DSC will range from a low 2.8x to a high of 3.5x from fiscal years 2019 to 2023, in a relatively conservative district forecast that includes no gains in tax revenues, no significant pickup in connection fees, reasonable cost increases and modest recovery in water usage.
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.
In particular, for the District forecasts the aggregate AR exhibits greater MSPEs at every horizon than the ST-AR model.
The district forecasts hiring approximately 1500 new teachers each year for the foreseeable future, of whom approximately 10 per cent will be special educators.
Then the district forecasts were adjusted to add to Peoria's total and the districts were held accountable for achieving Peoria's plan.
Eventually the district forecasts that all school buildings will be tied to the central office then to the service center.
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