Verification and Further Development of an Operational Model for Forecasting the Probability of Frozen Precipitation

@inproceedings{Bocchieri1976VerificationAF,
  title={Verification and Further Development of an Operational Model for Forecasting the Probability of Frozen Precipitation},
  author={Joseph R. Bocchieri and Harry R. Glahn},
  year={1976}
}
  • Joseph R. Bocchieri, Harry R. Glahn
  • Published 1976
  • Mathematics
  • Abstract An automated system for forecasting the conditional probability of frozen precipitation was put into operation by the National Weather Service in November 1972. The Model Output Statistics (MOS) concept was used to develop the system, and both teletypewriter and facsimile products have been distributed to field offices twice daily. In this paper, guidance forecasts from this system are compared to subjective (local) forecasts prepared at Weather Service Forecast Offices. The local… CONTINUE READING

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