Personalized real time weather forecasting

Temperature forecasting and rain forecasting in today's environment is playing a major role in many fields like transportation, tour planning and agriculture. The purpose of this paper is to provide a real time forecasting to the user according to their current position and requirement. The simplest method of forecasting the weather, persistence, relies upon today's conditions to forecast the conditions tomorrow i.e. analyzing historical data for predicting future weather conditions. The weather data used for the DM research include daily temperature, daily pressure and monthly rainfall.

Comments: Published in IJACSA 5 pages Weather Forcasting. Paper 26

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