Quote: That will most likely improve the results of the models, more layers of the atmosphere to judge how the high will change over time. But sometimes quanity is not always rewarded with better forecasts, take the Richardson experiment for example.
Not familiar with that...care to share?
EDIT: CFHC now in third place, with 9%, trailing only NHC (50%) and wunderground (12%)...of course it's a statistical tie with Intellicast & TWC but WE'RE BEATING ACCUWX (6%), HURRICANE CITY (0%) AND ATWC (0%)!!!
C'mon troops...lets overtake Intellicast...got a feeling NHC will take Florida's electoral votes...lets play Nader!
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