Automatic Regional Interpretation and Forecasting System Supported by Machine Learning
Atmosphere , Volume 12; doi:10.3390/atmos12060793
Abstract: The Model Output Statistics (MOS) model is a dynamic statistical weather forecast model based on multiple linear regression technology. It is greatly affected by the selection of parameters and predictors, especially when the weather changes drastically, or extreme weather occurs. We improved the traditional MOS model with the machine learning method to enhance the capabilities of self-learning and generalization. Simultaneously, multi-source meteorological data were used as the input to the model to improve the data quality. In the experiment, we selected the four areas of Nanjing, Beijing, Chengdu, and Guangzhou for verification, with the numerical weather prediction (NWP) products and observation data from automatic weather stations (AWSs) used to predict the temperature and wind speed in the next 24 h. From the experiment, it can be seen that the accuracy of the prediction values and speed of the method were improved by the ML-MOS. Finally, we compared the ML-MOS model with neural networks and support vector machine (SVM), the results show that the prediction result of the ML-MOS model is better than that of the above two models.
Keywords: big data / automatic interpretation and forecasting / ML-MOS / random forest
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