NOAA chief scientist slams agency’s “political” response to Trump’s Dorian map

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NOAA chief scientist slams agency’s “political” response to Trump’s Dorian map
NOAA chief scientist slams agency’s “political” response to Trump’s Dorian map
We now know why the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released a statement last week defending President Trump’s morning on Hurricane Dorian, the New York Times reports that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross threatened to fire employees at Noah after the Birmingham branch of the National Weather Service refuted President Trump’S tweet you’ll recall that on Sunday September, 1st, the president tweeted quot, in addition to Florida, South Carolina North Carolina, Georgia and Emma, will most likely be hit much harder than anticipated. The National Weather Service in Birmingham responded to that sweet to say: quot Alabama will not see any impact from Dorian. We repeat, no impact from Hurricane Dorian will be felt across Alabama. The system will remain to Far East. The president has maintained that Alabama was threatened by the storm when he tweeted out his warning, despite updated, forecast showing that not to be the case, he even appeared next to a map that appear be altered by a Sharpie to show Alabama in the potential track. The president last week, also tweeted out earlier model defend his tweet late Friday. Noah issued this statement, which reason Parts the Birmingham national weather Services Sunday morning, tweet Spokane absolute terms that were inconsistent with probabilities from the best forecast product available. At the time. Cbs News has obtained an email sent from Noah’s acting Chiefs, Craig McLean. He criticized the press, release and rights quotes. The content of this press release is very concerning, as it compromises the ability of Noah, to convey life-saving information necessary to avoid substantial, specific danger to public health and safety. He’S a public cannot trust our information or we debase our forecasters warnings and product that specific danger arises. Mcclain also added that he will pursue quote potential Elations
Craig McLean, NOAA’s acting chief scientist, says he’s looking into possible violations of scientific integrity after the agency issued a statement backing President Trump’s claim that Hurricane Dorian could threaten Alabama – contradicting their own meteorologists. CBSN’s Elaine Quijano has the latest developments on “Red and Blue.”

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