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Message Subject Still Missing Doppler Radar in the Pacific Northwest
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$2 Million missing since 2008, over a billion dollars damages for the storm since we were not alerted to the oncoming storm!

Ask yourself why! Get a clue...

I lived in the northwest for a number of years, and never once in my memory did a serious storm hit without at least a full days warning.

Like I said, pretty piss poor doom you have there, kid.

Try watching "Another prefect storm documentary!

"{Some of these survivors noted the violent winds weren’t forecast; Stevenson looks into why there was no warning of the future damage that resulted in losses well over $165 million. "

Another Perfect Storm features a variety of experts who indicate there may have been other contributing factors, such as timber harvests on steep slopes and inadequate levees. It includes interviews with U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell, University of Washington professor Cliff Mass and Ted Buehner with the National Weather Service, all of whom believe that the presence of coastal Doppler radar could have provided the information necessary for residents to better protect their property and leave for safer ground. And, Stevenson gives insight into the systems being reviewed and revised in order to better prepare Western Washingtonians for the next perfect storm. As she says, “The Pacific Northwest has some of the most exceptional, powerful and surprising weather in the U.S. It won’t be long before we’re reminded of it again.”

Another Perfect Storm is written and directed by Ben Saboonchian, photographed by Peter Frerichs and edited by Peter Gamba and Rick Woolery.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 590052

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Go back to school and try it again, kid.
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