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U.S. Hurricane Model Doing Poorly on Irma

NOAA's best weather model seems to be getting worse with hurricanes, not better. We have written a fair amount at Ars [Technica] recently about the superiority of the European forecast model, suggesting to readers that they focus on the ensemble runs of this system to get a good handle on track forecasts for Hurricane Irma. Then we checked out some of the preliminary data on model performance during this major hurricane, and it was truly eye-opening.
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