Hurricane Sandy Animations Could Improve Flood Forecasts

Scientific American: Soon after superstorm Sandy struck New York and New Jersey a year ago today, the public became aware that a half-dozen U.S. weather models had incorrectly predicted that the storm coming up the coast would veer northeast out to sea. Only the so-called European model predicted that Sandy would "turn left' and threaten the coast of the nation's most populous city and the surrounding metropolitan area. Less was heard about another set of models that had attempted to predict how high the storm surge......

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