@article{Al-Samarrai_Al-Jiboori_2022, title={Estimation of the Daily Maximum Air Temperature for Baghdad City Using Multiple Linear Regression}, volume={33}, url={https://mjs.uomustansiriyah.edu.iq/index.php/MJS/article/view/1168}, DOI={10.23851/mjs.v33i4.1168}, abstractNote={<p><span style="color: #252525;"><span style="font-size: small;">In this paper, we relied on historical observations for the period between (2005-2020) for the Baghdad meteorological station, which is characterized by a hot, dry climate in summer and cold and rainy in winter, as it is an example of a subtropical region. The multiple linear regression equation was developed and improved to produce a formula that predicts maximum air temperature. This was done by relying on climatic elements, namely minimum air temperature, wind speed, and relative humidity, and entering them into the formula as independent inputs that have a direct impact on estimating the maximum air temperature also calculating the correlation coefficients for each of them. The bias of the model was calculated and its value was entered as the correction for errors that accompany the application of the model.</span></span></p>}, number={4}, journal={Al-Mustansiriyah Journal of Science}, author={Al-Samarrai, Hayder M. and Al-Jiboori, Monim H.}, year={2022}, month={Dec.}, pages={9–14} }