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2 m temperature and 30 m wind

Base Time: Mon 30 Jan 2023 00 UTC T+15 Valid time: Mon 30 Jan 2023 15 UTC (T+15)

Air temperatures at 2 m above the earth's surface approximate most closely to the conditions a person would most likely experience. 2 m air temperatures are a post-processed product that is derived by non-linear interpolation between model air temperatures at the lowest model level (at about 10 m above the surface) and temperatures forecast at the model earth's surface.

Further information on the diagnosis of temperature and surface wind is available in the Forecast User Guide.

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