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February 12, 2014

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Julian Paul Crane

This should be required reading for every simple minded New England broadcaster who gripes over the airwaves about the sometime inaccuracies of meteorologists' forecasts. Lucid & relatively succinct, it is understandable to even a dilettante like me.
Thanks.

John Filias

Thanks Matt!

Trudy Johnson

So basically, this has the potential to be for a given area, the worst imaginable storm possible. I hear ya!

Joe Bach

I've never "studied' meteorology, but has been my passion for almost 60 years. Yet, I can understand pretty well what parameters you need to know from models to predict an accurate forecast. Great info for us who 'love the science'.

Trudy Johnson

They've got Western Essex county, MA, on the rain/snow line, and towards evening, part of our Northeaster experience is supposed to be plain rain. Well, how exactly is that achieved when the temperature is not supposed to get any higher than 32 during the day and 30 this evening?

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