Nowcasting

The term Nowcasting is a contraction of `now` and `forecasting`. It is used in both economics and meteorology. See: ...
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nowcasting

(from the article `weather forecasting`) ...the layperson can do. For years the type of situation represented in the above example proved particularly vexing for forecasters, but since the ...
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Nowcasting

[economics] The term ‘nowcasting’ is a contraction of ‘now’ and ‘forecasting’. The term is used in both economics and meteorology. This article is about its use in economics; see meteorology for its use referring to techniques used to make short-term weather forecasts, typically in the 0 to 12 hour range. Nowcasting has recently...
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