We’re a nation obsessed with numbers, especially inches of snow. If forecasters called for three inches at your house on Saturday and you got eight, you’re probably grousing about how they could be so wrong. But even with all the technology and modeling, it’s still hard to know exactly how much snow will fall. We’ll explore the challenges of boiling down complex data into a simple story line that helps people prepare and stay safe when winter storms bear down.


  • Veronica Johnson NBC4 Meteorologist
  • Jason Samenow Weather Editor, Washington Post and Chief Meteorologist for the Capital Weather Gang

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