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Clint Cabney
webmaster@meteorologists.biz
Omaha, NE USA
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I especially like the "Snow Ingredients" forecast Maps!
-Sunday, March 24, 2002 at 16:37:13 (CST)
Nathan Marsili
nmarsili@noaa.gov
Aberdeen, SD USA
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I look at the MM5 output on a daily basis and find the information on the page to be very well organized and extremely useful. Also really like the fact previous runs are archived and available online which allows model trends to be detected easily. Only very minor suggestion would be to make the wind barbs a different color than the height countors for the 700 mb plots. Keep up the great work, thanks!
-Thursday, February 28, 2002 at 09:40:51 (CST)
Craig Berthiaume
digitalwx@aol.com
Oakdale, Mn USA
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Format and different display parameters I find very usefull. Thanks to the Dept and U. for making these available.
-Sunday, February 17, 2002 at 12:01:01 (CST)
mchangks
mchangks@atm.ncu.edu.tw
chung-li, R.O.C
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-Friday, January 11, 2002 at 01:03:58 (CST)
Brian Hill
brianhillweather@hotmail.com
Toronto, Canada, USA
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Here at 680news All News Radio, in Toronto Ontario Canada, I have used the MM5 from Buffalo NWS for years and found it does a good job in the section of Canada is covers.
Winter 2001-2002 I will be interested in seeing how your output does for snow forecasting for areas north of Duluth in Canada near Thunderbay Ontario just at the top of your regional grid.
-Friday, August 31, 2001 at 07:55:59 (CDT)
Mike Hamernik
kttchammer@hotmail.com
Rochester, MN USA
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The resolution and accuracy of the locally run MM5 has been an great asset to my forecasting at KTTC-TV. eta model data is available quicker than any other web source I've used. Love the AVN out to 120hrs too. Thanks.
-Tuesday, March 13, 2001 at 19:31:55 (CST)
Buddy Overman
budee@outerbanksrentals.com
Kitty Hawk, NC USA

I have been using the UW web site for several years now! Still one of the best and most reliable model sites on the web. I visit every day!

-Friday, March 02, 2001 at 21:42:17 (CST)
Tom Skilling
tskilling@tribune.com
Chicago, Il USA
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UW's model and satellite data have proved very useful to us in forecast preparation for our WGN programs and the Chicago Tribune weather page. Thanks for making them available. Also appreciate the graphic format in which these forecast data sets are displayed.
-Monday, February 26, 2001 at 19:34:24 (CST)
Daryl Kleist
dtkleist@aurora.meteor.wisc.edu
Madison, WI USA
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-Thursday, February 22, 2001 at 10:48:12 (CST)