Monday, February 25, 2013

Thanks for Recognizing How Difficult This Is

Yesterday, a member of a railroading blog posted this comment directed toward my forecasts of the last week:

I don't know how meteorologists such as yourself don't lose hair trying to predict snowfall amounts. So much variable in models for snow amounts

Thank you, that is greatly appreciated.

1 comment:

  1. Mike,

    I'm a civil engineer and land surveyor. I find it difficult to see how snow accumulation can be measured to the nearest tenth of an inch.
    In surveying we measure ground elevations to the nearest tenth of a foot.

    Can you explain?


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