Monday, October 9, 2017

Weather Science's Value is Finally Being Appreciated

Article #1:

What seemed impossible decades ago is now true: When they make landfall, big hurricanes aren’t killing many people. Only truly exceptional storms — or more likely exceptionally poor preparedness — spawn large numbers of fatalities in the United States when one comes ashore. The big death tolls are now from flooding, often days later.

The full article is here.

And, if you want to learn more about how meteorologists save so many lives, there is another article here.

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