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Table 1.

Rmse and mean errors (bias) for simulations in comparison with measurements at surface station A1: θ is the potential temperature, U is the wind speed, and Φ is the wind direction; 46 half-hourly values (beginning at 0015 UTC) have been used to calculate bias and rmse. The high values in Φ rmse are primarily the result of light nighttime winds, leading to large directional fluctuations.

Rmse and mean errors (bias) for simulations in comparison with measurements at surface station A1: θ is the potential temperature, U is the wind speed, and Φ is the wind direction; 46 half-hourly values (beginning at 0015 UTC) have been used to calculate bias and rmse. The high values in Φ rmse are primarily the result of light nighttime winds, leading to large directional fluctuations.
Rmse and mean errors (bias) for simulations in comparison with measurements at surface station A1: θ is the potential temperature, U is the wind speed, and Φ is the wind direction; 46 half-hourly values (beginning at 0015 UTC) have been used to calculate bias and rmse. The high values in Φ rmse are primarily the result of light nighttime winds, leading to large directional fluctuations.
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