Another Government FAILURE NWS

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Ralph

Saint Paul, MN

#1 Mar 6, 2013
The NWS has admitted they were wrong in forecasting the latest storm on the east coast.

Their response is: we need a new supercomputer to make accurate predictions.

Turns out the UK predicted the storm correctly.

Why not use the UK technology, outsource the NWS. Must be able to save some $$$ there.
Ralph

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Mar 10, 2013
Who needs accurate weather predictions?

Global Warming has been mis-predicted forever.
PHD2

Minneapolis, MN

#3 Mar 30, 2013
The NWS has admitted they were wrong in forecasting the latest storm on the east coast.

Their response is: we need a new supercomputer to make accurate predictions.

Turns out the UK predicted the storm correctly.

Why not use the UK technology, outsource the NWS. Must be able to save some $$$ there.
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#5 Mar 30, 2013
Sure, one effort is proof of success, unless you're criticizing Boeing batteries ???
Obama-Dont-Care

Minneapolis, MN

#6 Apr 2, 2013
NWS is flawed, no wonder why they push Global Warming.

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