ForecastWatch.com October Customer Newsletter
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High and low temperature errors for September have been audited and loaded into the Drilldown and Compare products. The Year-To-Date numbers have also been updated. High temperature bias returned to near zero after a colder-than-normal August caused bias to go positive (forecasters were predicting, on average, higher temperatures than actual).
To view the September data, as well as year-to-date and historical numbers, log on to http://www.forecastwatch.com
After the extensive front-end changes made in the September release, our attention moved to ForecastWatch.com's plumbing in October. While not visible, the October release added infrastructure for the pending release of our precipitation forecast accuracy scoring beta. If you are interested in participating in the precipitation scoring beta, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In case you haven't heard, the United States Postal Service has issued "Cloudscapes," a set of 15 stamps commemorating our changing sky. They really are quite beautiful! Take a look at:
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