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a forecast of the weather

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A full-service, technology consulting firm, ForecastWatch compiles weather forecasts and observations at more than 1,200 locations around the world, including the United States, Canada, Europe, South America, Central America, Africa and Asia Pacific.
by/en focuses on weather forecasts for this Eastern European country.
by/en is a dynamic portal that provides weather forecasts for Minsk and other Belarus' cities.
The weather forecast speaks of possible stormy weather and rain in the next few days but it should clear up, with the temperatures rising by Sunday.
The contradicting weather forecasts have been the subject of conversation among many Jeddah residents who now become easily frightened by the slightest sight of clouds.
According to the official, 95 per cent of weather forecasts done by Qatar's Meteorology Department are accurate.
All weather forecasts, including those on TV, are based on model forecasts of the different physical parameters of the Earth's atmosphere such as temperature, wind and pressure," said Szunyogh.
Southwest said the new online feature is powered by the NBC Weather Plus meteorologists and customers can find the weather forecasts by clicking on the special Weather Plus icon at http://www.
IBM said the new computer, an IBM System p575, is able to sweep an area up to 44,000 square kilometres, providing hourly numerical weather forecasts for each square kilometre and helping to predict Beijing's air quality.
passenger planes could improve weather forecasts and warn pilots about storms, turbulence or hijacked flights.
Goodman points out that long-term weather forecasts in North America are less accurate than they could be thanks to a lack of data from the oceans as well as from Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
Linux Networx, Salt Lake City, has announced that the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) has installed an Evolocity(R) II Linux Networx cluster computing system.
And these extended weather forecasts, no matter how accurate, offer those in the carwash industry an advanced glimpse of business for the next week.
The industry analysts said it is expensive to maintain the system, which uses computerized voices to announce weather forecasts from the meteorological agency.
I put together weather forecasts, and became fascinated by how complex forecasting really is.