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The National Weather Service will soon introduce a new forecasting model, but meteorologists are saying it's worse than its predecessor.

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Government ineptitude....sounds about right.
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Actually I think the NWS is one of the better things our tax payer dollars go towards. However, not sure about those models lol.
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So, no one trusted the GFS which spurred creation of GFS3, which is worse than the original. Sounds like a government project alright

Remember this when you are told the government wants to take over you healthcare......

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