Weather models have improved over the years. Every year they are more and more accurate. Below are the most common models that run nation wide. Remember, models are only to be used as a guidance and not to be accepted as fact like some TV stations would lead you to believe. When you do accept models as fact, you suffer from what Chuck Doswell terms "Model Cancer."
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dangerous roads, damaging winds, hail, and flying debris which puts the chaser's
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