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A Met Office forecaster told Mirror Online: "In the next couple of weeks, we're currently looking at colder weather coming from Eastern Europe and Russia.
That is, forecasters predicted yield curve inversions for these quarters.
The chief forecaster added: "Many places within the warning area will see 25-50mm of rain, with around 100mm possible over higher ground.
While temperatures decline, humidity is expected to increase slightly in the next couple of days, said forecasters.
On the employment front, the forecasters have revised upward marginally their estimates for job gains in 2016 and 2017.
To our knowledge, eye tracking has not been applied to study NWS forecasters' decision-making and related cognitive processes.
The forecasters are estimate spending will rise 5.7 percent in 2019 and 6 percent in 2025, in part because of an increase in the average age of the population.
Policy might also be improved by incorporating the beliefs of forecasters with a good track record.
Given how pervasive and influential oil price predictions are, there is a surprising lack of data into how accurate the forecasts have been and which forecasters have the best track record, says JOHN KEMP
Professional forecasters, in turn, attempt to identify this implicit monetary policy rule.
BIRMINGHAM could sizzle in hot and humid temperatures of 80F this weekend - after forecasters put parts of the UK on tornado alert.
Generally fair weather conditions are expected nationwide this weekend, forecasters from the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said yesterday.