Pragmatic 31: It’s Supposed To Be Raining
30th July 2014
- Weather Forecasting
- Synoptic Scale Meterology
- Atmospheric Pressure
- Dark Sky: A Weather App To Keep You Dry (Review)
- Weather Data and Content Sources
- Numerical Weather Prediction
- Ensemble Forecasting
- Weather Balloons
- Monte Carlo (Method)
- Tropical Cyclone Scales
- Cyclone Joy
- Cyclone Oswald
- Historical Huricane Tracks
- Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale
- Fujita Tornado Damage Scale
- NOAA’s Weather Supercomputers Get Massive Upgrade
- Why are snowstorm forecasts sometimes so wrong?
- The Secrets of Weather Forecast Models, Exposed
- How Do Weather Models Work?
Weather Apps Joel and John Use:
Movies Mentioned in this Episode:
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