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The Not-Always-Exact Science of Predicting the Weather

Predicting the weather is not an exact science. The more days you project out, the more challenging a process it can be. There are a variety of computer models forecasters use to determine how a particular front might develop, but those models sometimes disagree. We talk about forecast modeling with Istvan Szunyogh, a Professor in the Department […]

Predicting the weather is not an exact science. The more days you project out, the more challenging a process it can be.

There are a variety of computer models forecasters use to determine how a particular front might develop, but those models sometimes disagree.

We talk about forecast modeling with Istvan Szunyogh, a Professor in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at Texas A&M University and a leader in weather forecasting by numerical models.

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