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Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Mon Apr 1, 2013 09:46 AM CDT

Most of you are familiar with the bad image that the U.S. NOAA weather forecast model has, much of it stemming from the European forecast model's more-accurate depiction of last fall's Superstorm Sandy track into the New York-New Jersey coast. With that in mind, I think you'll be interested in this recent article from the Washington Post, written by University of Michigan Atmospheric Science professor and former NASA Senior Executive Service member Richard Rood.--Bryce

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To be the best in weather forecasting: Why Europe is beating the U.S.

By Richard B. Rood

The superior performance of the European forecast ...

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