While my forecasts of Hurricane Joaquin have been less than stellar, I believe our forecasts for the extreme rainfalls over the Middle Atlantic region will prove to be excellent and, possibly, live-saving.
How do meteorologists forecast the future? How is it that weather science has -- by far -- the best track record for accuracy of all of the predictive sciences?
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