Television Station Weather-Persons' Winter Storm Predictions: An Informal Look


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Abstract

A limited enquiry during the winter of 1993–94 suggested that television weather-persons' pronouncements of their predictions' accuracy does not appear to be supported by facts. Only about 60 percent of the claimed correctness of forecasting the hour of the start of snowstorms and approximately 40 percent of the depths of snowfalls were confirmed by actuality.

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