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Wed August 7, 2013
Michigan weather forecasts could double in accuracy
Have you heard the rueful little wisecrack about Michigan's weather forecasters?
Something like, "they're wrong just enough that you don't take them seriously and they're right just enough that you need to take them seriously."
Well, the weather forecasters in Michigan will soon be able to give us forecasts that are twice as accurate.
Mark Torregrossa got his degree in meteorology from Northern Illinois University and he's been forecasting Michigan's weather for more than two decades. His weather website, farmerweather.com specializes in weather information for farmers and agriculture.
Torregrossa joined us today to discuss forecasting technology.
Listen to the full interview above.