Truth about 'spaghetti models': Hurricane prediction paths draw from different data, aren't trying to do same thing
from Daytona Beach News-Journal
The National Hurricane Center doesn’t post spaghetti models on its website because its authorities think they confuse some users. Divining a hurricane’s path is far from simple: it includes regular feedings of 85 billion clues to supercomputers — information on everything from the tiniest raindrop to the rowdiest thunderstorm, gentle sea breezes to tree-toppling gales, the heat of the ocean’s surface to the very underside of space.
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