Lecture on Weather Forecasting

Prime purpose of this lecture is to present on Weather Forecasting. Weather predictions are based on information about air masses, fronts, and associated pressure systems in an area. This information is used to produce a model of behavior for weather using a computer. Many models are used and then summarized when the different models agree fairly closely to a model of the weather. Supercomputers make routine weather forecasts possible by solving mathematical equations that describe changes in a mathematical model of the atmosphere.