weather type

weather type

[′weth·ər ‚tīp]
(meteorology)
A series of generalized synoptic situations, usually presented in chart form; weather types are selected to represent typical pressure patterns, and were originally devised as a method for lengthening the effective time-range of forecasts. Also known as weather-map type.
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The daily climatology was crucial for operational planning, for which a weather type classification developed for the North Atlantic-western European sector (25[degrees]-70[degrees]N, 30[degrees]W-10[degrees]E) by Santos et al.
According to a post by u/allthenewsisgoodnews on the PUBG subreddit, this new map might come with a new weather type called 'snow storm' and might be released this winter, but could be available on the experimental server in the next couple of months.
Of particular interest is the prediction skill in relation to forecast lead time, predicted total rainfall, and weather type during the event.
It's a relatively rare weather type and most typically is generated by lake-effect snow near the Great Lakes.
The weather type is w, the daily highest temperature is [T.sup.h] and the lowest is [T.sup.1], and the daily maximum humidity is [H.sup.h] and the minimum is [H.sup.1].
The paper carried out short term forecast of photovoltaic power plant output power using weather type exponential function.
He added: "It does look as though the unsettled weather theme will continue, but we can't really pin down any detail about the actual weather type on Christmas day itself.
Anytime That it can be used whenever required in any weather type or particular situation;
Trimester 1 Density 34324.5 37761.9 23450.2 21771.9 Weather Type mTA mTA mTC mTA Previous event Instability Cold Front Cold Front Cold Front Trimester 1 4 Density 21809.1 29853 Weather Type mTA mTA Previous event Cold Front Conflict
RAIN, hail, sleet, snow - a winter's day in Ireland can contain every weather type from mild to severe.
The fundamental problem during the observable period is the unilaterality of the weather type. Thus, for example, many years with warm winter, cold summer etc.