The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has finally completed a nine-year, $180 million project aimed at installing new supercomputers to aid in more accurately predicting weather.
The primary IBM supercomputer is now called Stratus, which currently contains about 20 weather models that predict worldwide weather accurately for about five days. A few decades ago, weather models could forecast weather accurately up to only about two days.
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