NOAA Now Blocking Their Long Range Projections

http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/archives/long_lead/gifs/

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12 Responses to NOAA Now Blocking Their Long Range Projections

  1. Eliza says:

    They will probably try and block you for anything from now on. Your too much of a menace to them by telling the truth. Time to get on to Inhofe ect

  2. It should say “Congress has cut off funding for this phoney long range projection. You will need to buy your own hockey sticks from now on. We suggest Dicks Sporting Goods.”

  3. rishrac says:

    The other explanation is that long range doesn’t agree with CAGW therefore you can’t be trusted to look at it . You might misinterpret the data. So they have to adjust the adjustments again. It’ll take some time, but just as soon as they do, the info will be available again.

    I can assure you that if the long range forecast had agreed with CAGW it’d be all over the news.

  4. Neal S says:

    Is there any chance that the following link now has the same information?
    (Although accessed in a different manner)

    http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/archives/long_lead/llarc.ind.php

    Without knowing what you used to get there, I cannot be certain.

  5. Abel Garcia says:

    Farmer’s Almanac is far more accurate. Maybe the Farmer’s Almanac showed be made the official weather forecaster since the NOAA has become a “money pit”!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. It’s a common and recommended practice to block directory access in webservers. All websites RFC:SHOULD do it. If the filename format is regular and known, you can just fill that in with dates to find what you want if it’s there. Insinuating a good web security practice is anything else is tinfoil hat territory.

  7. stewart pid says:

    Tony … intellicast still has updated NOAA links but I don’t know if it is the same as what u were after
    http://www.intellicast.com/National/Temperature/Departure10.aspx
    To get to the links you need to go into national, into temperature, into 10 or 30 or 90 day.

  8. Andy DC says:

    After last year, when they predicted a much above normal winter for the Midwest, they have apparently punted.

  9. rishrac says:

    Looks like they moved it.

  10. When does government ever admit a mistake?

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