the forecast research program of the Techniques Development Laboratory

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The forecast research program of the Techniques Development Laboratory is summarized. This program combines dynamical, statistical, and synoptic techniques in an effort to improve and automate operational weather forecasting. Principal accomplishments of the Laboratory during the five years of its existence are described, and plans for future work are outlined. Weather elements for which forecast techniques are being developed include temperature, precipitation, humidity, wind, ceiling, visibility, severe local storms, wave heights, and storm surges.

1 Paper presented at the Third Conference on Weather Forecasting and Analysis, Virginia Beach, Va., 3–5 September 1969.

The forecast research program of the Techniques Development Laboratory is summarized. This program combines dynamical, statistical, and synoptic techniques in an effort to improve and automate operational weather forecasting. Principal accomplishments of the Laboratory during the five years of its existence are described, and plans for future work are outlined. Weather elements for which forecast techniques are being developed include temperature, precipitation, humidity, wind, ceiling, visibility, severe local storms, wave heights, and storm surges.

1 Paper presented at the Third Conference on Weather Forecasting and Analysis, Virginia Beach, Va., 3–5 September 1969.

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