This data set gives the observed and the 48-hour forecast temperature (in degree Celsius) at 0 hours GMT for 1092 stations located in the North American Pacific Northwest during the period January-June 2000, as provided by the Aviation (AVN) member of the University of Washington MM5 Mesoscale Ensemble.
A matrix with 56489 rows and 6 columns. The columns are:
date.obs a numeric vector giving the date of observations in the YYYYMMDDHH format.
name.stat a character string giving the identifier of the metereological stations.
lon.stat a numeric vector giving the longitudes of the metereological stations.
lat.stat a numeric vector giving the latitudes of the metereological stations.
forecast a numeric vector giving the 48-hr temperature forecasts as provided by the Aviation (AVN) member of the University of Washington MM5 ensemble.
obs a numeric vector giving the observed temperatures.
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