Using Pentagon Satellites To Predict Rainstorms...
Rainstorms and tornadoes are hard to predict partly because forecasters lack good data on water vapor in the atmosphere. Concentrations of water vapor vary dramatically within small areas. Those variations aren't picked up by weather balloons, which are launched only twice a day in locations that are far apart.
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