Advertisement

The Hugh Hewitt Show

Listen 24/7 Live: Mon - Fri   6 - 9 AM Eastern
Call the Show 800-520-1234

Why We Don’t Let Pollsters Chart Hurricane Courses

Monday, November 6, 2006  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt
Advertisement

A.J. Strata employs a brilliant analogy to explain why the pollsters are scrambling:

If you notice any hurricane track prediction it is in the shape of a funnel or cone. As the storm comes closer to land, and variables become less variable, the cone tightens down. These are classic stastical model outputs and the storm’s path, the cone’s center line, is usual pretty accurate. But it can

Advertise With UsAdvertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Sierra Pacific Mortgage
Advertisement
Advertisement
Back to Top