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Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Storm Forecasting


The average snowfall in 60 percent of New York state is more than 70 inches every year. Rochester alone averages nearly 100 inches annually, more than any other major city in the U.S. Buffalo is not far behind. For the nearly 20 million people who call the state home, snow can greatly disrupt daily life — shutting down schools, making roads impossible to travel and causing power outages. Early warnings can be critical for preparedness in New York, which is why it’s no surprise that the University at Albany Atmospheric Sciences Research Center has dedicated itself to that task.
ASRC’s efforts…

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