Storm Strikes New England, Skips New York

They were wrong. Like the pollsters in New Hampshire a week ago, meteorologists spent Monday morning poring over their computer models after predictions of the first big snowfall in the New York City region fell flat. Meteorologists blamed their faulty predictions on unseasonably warm weather, competing computer models and themselves. Predictions for heavy snow in New York were based on differing computer models of how a critical area of low pressure forming along the Atlantic coast would...Full Story
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