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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of backcast.


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  • WCC provides day old forecasts - called backcasts - to show you, with unerring precision, what the weather was like for the past 24 hours.


  • Just watch those backcasts while she's laying on the beach.

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  • For example, did they use one that accurately backcasts the data used to develop it? News

  • As I’m in the back of the boat, it’s my job to time his backcasts so that we keep firing like alternating pistons—a rhythm that takes some getting used to in such tight quarters, especially since he is a fast and frequent caster.


  • Assuming for the purpose of discussion that the effects of temperature and precipitation are additive, then using a one factor temperature model assumes, in the model’s forecasts backcasts, that precipitation has a unitary value at the average of its value during the calibration period.

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  • "A group of staff and students worked for Instead of attempting to forecast, the natural step two years on articulating the challenge for the" Let's not forget the enormity of the task we've methodology backcasts from a desired state for organisation and formulating a response "says set ourselves.

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  • "The backcasts correspond perfectly with the achiness I felt in my joints during last week's low pressure, and in my sneak peek of WCC Premium Gold Plus, I was able to see that big rainstorm roll right in that ruined my 40th high school reunion in 1998.


  • "We can put up doe-eyed models and half-brained pretty boys who will dazzle with their perfect smiles while giving perfect forecasts … er, backcasts.



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