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Press Release 06-110
Forecast: Showers and Thunderstorms

Scientists add measure of low-level moisture to the prediction toolbox

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Measuring low-level moisture may help forecasters pin down the location and timing of storms.

Measuring low-level moisture is expected to help forecasters pin down the location and timing of storms that might rage from a few minutes to a few hours later.

Credit: University Corporation for Atmospheric Research


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A thunderstorm covers the area north of Boulder, Colo.

A thunderstorm covers the area north of Boulder, Colo.

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