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From weather forecasting to climate prediction: solving the technical and scientific challenges

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Producing high quality weather forecasts and climate predictions depends as much on adopting new technologies and observing instrumentation as it does on our modelling capability and on leading edge science. There are significant developments underway in each of these areas over the next decade and some decisions to take about how we invest in these. The big challenges include the direction we take for our model development, the investment we place in our observing networks relative to computing resources and in the way we combine our observations with models to optimise the quality of meteorological forecasts.

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