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Extreme events 2020 - California Fires (Weather)

by dan @, Friday, August 28, 2020, 15:48 (24 days ago) @ dulan drift

This makes me wonder how in the heck these climate change models, which apparently are turning out to be fairly accurate, work. I mean, if they're accurate, they must be able to predict increases in fire events in certain areas, etc.

California has turned into an absolute mess. I was seriously considering retiring in many of these areas on fire. And it's happening every year. So scratch that off my list.

If these models are so good, wouldn't insurance companies want a peek at the data? Shouldn't we all have access to what these computers are forecasting? Certainly they were funded with public money. Or is this data available now and I'm just too lazy to look for it?

I just found this, which looks promising:
https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/data-access

Where there's smoke, there's fire!


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