Why chaos prevents us from predicting the weather

Why chaos prevents us from predicting the weather

Mashable’s series Algorithms explores the mysterious lines of code that increasingly control our lives — and our futures.

Will a storm probably hit my town? Will it be a terrible day for a barbecue? Will driving be too dangerous? The absolute limit on this type of weather prediction is between two and three weeks. Mashable’s science reporter Mark Kaufman explains why.

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Why chaos prevents us from predicting the weather