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Graphical Tropical Weather Outlook (Text)


Updated 3 March 2009

Contents

  1. Overview
  2. Changes for 2009
  3. Explanation of the Graphical TWO
  4. Probabilistic Genesis Forecasts
  5. Methodology
  6. Availability
  7. Examples
  8. Potential Benefits of a Graphical TWO
  9. References

5. Methodology

The location, size, and shape of the outlined areas contained within the Graphical TWO are based on subjective forecaster interpretation of all available data including, but not limited to, remotely sensed data, in-situ observations, objectively analyzed meteorological fields, and global model forecasts fields.

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