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Tag Archives: ensemble forecasting
Using probabilities in weather forecasting
Predicting how the weather will behave over the coming hours, days, weeks and months is a complex undertaking. Each timescale presents its own challenges. In an ideal world, everyone would like us to tell them exactly what the weather will … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office in the Media Tagged ensemble forecasting, Met Office, Prediction, Royal Society, weather, weather forecasting Comments Off on Using probabilities in weather forecasting
Science and technology developments for Olympic and Paralympic weather forecasts
Our science and technology developments for the Olympic and Paralympic Games will help to deliver increasing accuracy and detail in our weather forecasts during the Games and well into the future. As part of the services provided for London 2012, … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office in the Media Tagged air quality, ensemble forecasting, high resolution forecasts, london 2012, olympics, weather forecasting, weymouth and portland Comments Off on Science and technology developments for Olympic and Paralympic weather forecasts