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  • Location: Madrid (Spain)
  • Location: Madrid (Spain)

Hi everybody,

First of all, sorry for my english, I'm not a English-speaking.

I'm developing a model based in analog method for a project at university; and my predictand is surface wind. My problem is to choose the appropiate predictor fields, so what do you think are the best atmospheric predictor fields for this predictand?(if you have references please post them). For those who don't know this method, my question is in short: which are the atmospheric fields that are more related with surface wind? (NOTE: their mutual dependence should be small, to avoid a great overlap in information).

Thank you.

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  • Location: just south of Doncaster, Sth Yorks
  • Location: just south of Doncaster, Sth Yorks

just for starters, by the way welcome to Net Weather and don't worry about your English.

gradient wind, ie the isobars

daytime and night time differences

topography

changes due to surface heating in slack air flows in summer time creating pressure falls and small isobaric lows

plenty more but hope that gives some ideas

I am assuming you are talking about a site inland?

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  • Location: Beccles, Suffolk.
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  • Location: Beccles, Suffolk.

Hi everybody,

First of all, sorry for my english, I'm not a English-speaking.

I'm developing a model based in analog method for a project at university; and my predictand is surface wind. My problem is to choose the appropiate predictor fields, so what do you think are the best atmospheric predictor fields for this predictand?(if you have references please post them). For those who don't know this method, my question is in short: which are the atmospheric fields that are more related with surface wind? (NOTE: their mutual dependence should be small, to avoid a great overlap in information).

Thank you.

Welcome to Netweather, Dela...biggrin.png

Could you please put you location into your profile?

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