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Everything has its price, even the weather. New research indicates that routine weather events such as rain and cooler-than-average days can add up to an annual economic impact of as much as $485 billion in the United States. The study, led by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), found that finance, manufacturing, agriculture, and every other sector of the economy is sensitive to changes in the weather. The impacts can be felt in every state. "It's clear that our economy isn't...
Annual dollar value equates to $31.5 billion, for $5.1 billion spent on developing forecastsClose to nine out of 10 adult Americans obtain weather forecasts an average of more than three times each day, a new nationwide survey by scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colo., has found.The value Americans place on forecasts appears to be far more than the nation spends on public and private weather services. While the authors cautioned that it is...
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