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Legal Action Update: Government Controlling Weather Forecasts To Cover Climate Engineering Crimes
May 7, 2018
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Dane Wigington


Last week the NOAA – The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released a series of documents concerning the restructuring of the National Weather Service under a program entitled Operations and Workforce Analysis.  The documents were released pursuant to a Freedom of Information Act Request made by Stop Geoengineering Minnesota in collaboration with and was filed last year.  The documents are being released because Stop Geoengineering Minnesota filed a legal suit against the US Department of Commercefor failing to respond adequately to the FOIA request.
The documents are the first tranche in a series of releases that are planned every 30 days for the next few months.  This set we just received contains statements and communications between the National Weather Service and the employee union, the National Weather Service Employees Organization or NWSEO.  According to these documents National Weather Service employees were asked to sign a non-disclosure agreement to prevent them from discussing steps the National Weather Service is taking to restructure the agency, the steps included the following:
  • Reductions in personnel and/or not filling between 300-600 vacancies in NWS offices across the country which strain resources and personnel;
  • the possibility that local meteorologists will no longer “own the forecast” in their region;
  • that the role of local forecasters will be diminished; that they will be disincentivized or even prohibited from making changes to the forecast models they receive;
  • that local forecasters are being removed from the forecast process and being replaced with supercomputers and upgraded forecast models.
According to these documents, the National Weather Service’s Weather Prediction Center in Maryland will have the final say or “last touch” over all local forecasts.  Thus, the restructuring can be viewed as an attempt to centralize and control weather forecasts for the whole country.
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