UM: University scientist’s tool predicts harsh weather

UM: University scientist’s tool predicts harsh weather

Ben Kirtman, a professor of atmospheric sciences, is the primary architect of the multi-model Subseasonal Experiment, or SubX, which forecast a breakdown of the polar vortex that led to frigid temperatures in Texas and other states.

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