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Topic Definition
« on: February 22, 2004, 10:55:05 PM »
It's unlikely that any of us can afford the kind of computing power that's needed to do heavyweight national/international forecasting over long periods. However, there must be weather trends or specific conditions that some of us have spotted which might be useful to others in forecasting the local weather over short periods...or even longer periods.

If you've spotted any trends, record them here and start some discussion. If you know of any clever forecasting software (free or paid for) then mention it here. If you know of clever forecasting tricks with dried seaweed, let us all into the secret.

The main rule for this topic is to be polite. If someone posts something that's plainly absurd, don't flame them. Politely explain your reasons for believing they're wrong and try to convince them by reasoned, factual and objective discussion rather than scaring them off with a few choice words  :cry:
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