When Noise Becomes Signal: Unusual California precipitation over last two winters could have been predicted

by | July 27, 2018
Category: Uncategorized

A NOAA News Research piece by Ali Stevens examines a new study by Columbia Scientists. The study suggests that California’s abnormal winter rainfall could have been predicted using the subseasonal timescale.

The study, using model data from the International S2S Prediction Project, indicates that S2S forecasts can accurately predict high impact weather events. The research suggests that considering subseasonal predictions this winter could better forecast potential impacts in California.

Read more about it here.

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