Hybrid approach for weather prediction using satellite images

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One of the most powerful and important tools used by the meteorologist for weather forecasting is satellite images. Satellite images have always reassured forecasters the behavior of atmosphere as they provide facts that are clear, conscience and accurate representation of how events are unfolding. From satellite images some features will be extracted using image processing technique. The numerical method takes different parameters as input and forecasts weather using a computer to process the data. Equations used in this method will determine the precision of the forecast. In this paper, we are proposing a hybrid method for prediction by combing weather satellite image analysis with the numerical method which increases the accuracy.




Basil Xavier, S., David, S., Andrew, J., Raj, I. J., & Fiona, R. (2019). Hybrid approach for weather prediction using satellite images. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(1), 2288–2292.

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