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Bias correction of MOS temperature and dewpoint forecasts
  • Published Date:
    2012
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    United States, National Weather Service., Meteorological Development Laboratory,
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    "There has been considerable discussion in the literature over the past several years concerning short-sample bias correction of model and MOS forecasts. Also, bias correction in being done at many National Weather Service (NWS) Weather Forecast Offices (WFO). Much of the discussion is related to ensembles, but generally the methods employed are applied to each member individually. For a series of forecasts of a weather element, such as 2-m temperature 48 hours in the future, and a measure of 'truth,' call it an observation, at the valid times of the forecasts, a series of forecast errors can be created by subtracting each observation from the forecast"--Introduction.

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