Posted by on September 13, 2017

We are now past Hurricane Irma and overall the forecast was pretty close in terms of error miles. Hurricanes are and will always be one of the trickiest acts of nature to predict. Below you will see three maps. One map is the predicted rainfall and actual rainfall observed. The other map shows the predicted versus the actual track of Hurricane Irma. I admit the rainfall was less in most all areas than expected but still a good soaking for all of NC, SC and GA. The only exception was Northeast NC and that was expected as was explained in an earlier member update. The maps below are subscriber maps and we invite you to become a subscriber and get advance notice of adverse weather. We provide services for hundreds of business and residential customers for very reasonable rates. Think of us as your personal meteorologist at a fraction of the cost.

 

 

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