|from: Feb 21 2019 3:15 pm||until: Feb 24 2019 3:24 pm||Flood Watch level: Moderate|
|Possible threat to life or property - Responsive action SHOULD be taken in the near future|
|...PERIODS OF RAIN WILL CONTINUE THROUGH FRIDAY... .A very moist pattern will persist across the region, producing rounds of moderate to locally heavy rain through the end of the work week. Soils have become saturated across the western Carolinas and northeast Georgia. So each additional round of rain is producing more rapid responses in stream levels, and there is|
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Fairly fine, possible showers early
Forecast based on: Pressure: 1021 hPa - Trend: 1 (Rising) - max: 1041 - min: 998
Wind from: W (English)
Month: 2. Hemisphere: 1 (Northern).
|This program tries to get a "same result forecast" as when using the
1915 Negretti and Zambra (Zambretti) Forecaster.
The original paper forecaster was designed for the Northern Hemisphere and UK "Weather Range". ie. The nearer the Poles the greater the spread between lower and upper barometer levels and large "trends" are needed for weather conditions change.
Conversely, the nearer the Equator the smaller the "spread" and smaller "trends" for change.
On the left a picture of the original weather prediction disc.
A forecast at approx. 09:00 local Solar Time is allegedly better than 90% accurate ! - even though it takes no account of rate of barometer change, wind speed or temperature.
More information can be found here: meteormetrics