Short-term wind speed forecast model that uses both supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) based data and weather research and forecasting (WRF) model outputs for Urla wind power plant (WPP) has been proposed in this study. Two different WRF models were run to gather atmospheric variables from four surrounding grids of Urla WPP and calculate weather patterns affecting Urla WPP. After detecting outliers in the SCADA data by coupling of k-mean and isolation forest (IF) methods, statistical methods were used for data treatment and the outputs of WRF models were used for missing data imputation. The effect of each data type and data preprocessing techniques on the model was evaluated separately. The best model performance was achieved with 0.9085 R-2, and 0.81 MAE in the dataset which includes each data type and each data preprocessing was applied on. Otherwise, the dominant weather pattern affecting Urla WPP was found to be purely advective and the best result was achieved in this pattern.