local forecast

local forecast

[′lō·kəl ′fȯr‚kast]
(meteorology)
Generally, any weather forecast of conditions over a relatively limited area, such as a city or airport.
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The forerunner of weather.gov, which aggregates information from the local forecast offices, was the Interactive Weather Information Network (IWIN), the agency's internet-based service from 1995 through the mid-2000s.
He also served as the meteorological service chief at NWS national headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland, and was the meteorologist in-charge at the local forecast offices in Birmingham, Alabama, and Corpus Christi, Texas.
The council will receive a daily local forecast and, using data from its weather stations, will decide on a plan for gritting across the district.
In a talk in mid-January to the annual local forecast breakfast sponsored by the local Institute of Real Estate Management, Redmond implored moms and dads everywhere to "kick 'em out."
In addition, heavy lake effect snow will be possible especially downwind of Lakes Erie and Ontario, where up to one foot of additional snow is forecast by Sunday morning." Your local forecast could be even more chilling.
Other popular features include detailed day/night forecasts, local forecast summaries, forecast previews for the next 3-5 days, and widget access.
In addition, we had access to the RDF product and extracted one archived local forecast data set (station name: KDTX, Detroit/White Lake, MI) from RDF retained by the NCDC (2011).
"Twenty years ago you had to wait for Michael Fish after the news, but now with the BBC Weather app you can get your local forecast for the next hour, or next ten days, just when you need it."
College of Business at Valdosta State University, who provided the local forecast.
Taipei, July 11, 2012 (CENS)--Polaris Research Institute, a private economic think tank in Taiwan, lately lowered prediction on Taiwan's economic growth this year to 2.5%, sharply down by 1.38 percentage points from 3.88% predicted at the end of March, with the forecast being the lowest among counterparts by other local forecast organizations.