NOAA Warns Of Gap In Future Forecasting Abilities

NOAA Warns Of Gap In Future Forecasting Abilities

Hurricane Irene, Thursday 8/25. NOAA NESDIS image.

Posted 26 August 2011, by Ira Flotow, ScienceFriday, sciencefriday.com

NASA and NOAA satellites have been tracking Hurricane Irene as it barrels up the coast. But one type of NOAA satellite, which orbits the poles and helps predict severe weather like tornadoes and blizzards, may soon be out of commission–with no scheduled replacement–leaving NOAA with a blind eye.


http://www.sciencefriday.com/program/archives/201108266

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