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Use of MOS forecast parameters in temperature forecasting
  • Published Date:
    1976
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    United States, National Weather Service., Western Region,
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    "Meteorological variables are highly interrelated. A forecaster frequently makes at least subjective forecasts of one or more additional parameters such as cloudiness or precipitation in the process of preparing a temperature forecast. Someone seeking to develop an objective forecast aid is confronted with the same problem. The availabiIity of MOS-derived wind-and-cloud forecasts has opened new opportunities to field forecasters seeking to develop local forecast aids. In this paper, a minimum temperature forecast system is developed for Pocatello, Idaho, which uses MOS wind and cloud forecasts in a physically reasoned manner"--Introduction.

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