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Sludge Report #76 – Bullseye D.C.

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Sludge Report #76

Bullseye D.C.


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Once again the NOAA Supercomputer has proved spectacularly accurate in its ability to forecast rainstorms on the home of would be environmental vandal US President George “Dubya” Bush. Back from his unfortunate excursion to California, George looks set to get a dousing in DC. And even if he chooses to hide out on his ranch, from the picture above it looks as if the heavens have it covered. Three days ago NOAA produced the image below.


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Now NOAA is looking just 12 hours into the future we have a far more accurate view of George’s storm.



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And if you like how this storm is framed, then for a four part series on the arrival of George’s storm taken from the NOAA computer model used by F16 pilots see…

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