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forecast

(for′kast″)
To make an informed prediction about a future event based on history, data, and personal experiences and professional judgments.
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A 'strong breeze' is forecast to hit the region in the early hours of December 26, according to Norwegian weather forecasters YR.
FORECASTERS are warning of winds of up to 70mph across South Wales today.
But do put on your sunscreens still and don't forget to stay hydrated as Dubai is expected to have temperatures ranging between 25 degree Celsius to 36C, forecasters said.
Forecaster NOW also provides insight into the potential impacts of wind and solar generation on power supply and pricing, delivering energy traders the data needed to help validate timely trading decisions in the ERCOT market.
s (2013) study, radiologists' eye gaze data were used to measure their accuracy and speed, which are also measures used to analyze forecaster performance.
That gives us a maximum of 17 observations on each forecaster against which we compare the Reserve Bank's forecast performance.
If a forecaster predicts there will be a 70 percent chance of rain they should be proved correct about 70 percent of the time.
Note that this is different from the median forecaster since the median forecast of each variable likely comes from a different forecaster.
The forecaster said: "At the moment it looks like the low pressure system will affect Tuesday.
Forecasters said temperatures could drop as low as -11C in northern Scotland this week.
The inherent property of robustness of a Fuzzy Logic System (FLS) makes it an efficient forecaster for chaotic systems.
Forecasters have warned of a risk of flash flooding and lightning strikes across the UK.