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Forecasts of noise pollution from a highway line segment noise source are obtained from a sound propagation model utilizing effective sound speed profiles derived from a Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP)

Forecasts of noise pollution from a highway line segment noise source are obtained from a sound propagation model utilizing effective sound speed profiles derived from a Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP) limited area forecast with 1 km horizontal resolution and near-ground vertical resolution finer than 20 m. Methods for temporal along with horizontal and vertical spatial nesting are demonstrated within the NWP model for maintaining forecast feasibility.

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    • This is the authors final version of the article, post-review, but before the publisher's formatting. Note that there were several typos which were corrected between this draft of the manuscript and the final published version, including incorrect unit labels on Table 2.

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    Shaffer, S. R., Fernando, H. J. S., Ovenden, N. C., Moustaoui, M., & Mahalov, A. (2015). Simulating meteorological profiles to study noise propagation from freeways. APPLIED ACOUSTICS, 92, 102-114. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apacoust.2014.12.010

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