Cell-Phone Towers Double as Weather Forecasters
7 May 2006 | by NELL GREENFIELDBOYCE | npr.org |
There are all kinds of things that can interfere with cell phone signals, including bad weather, and as we all know, there isn’t much we can do about the weather, but we can use the cell-phone system to make weather forecasts more accurate. At least that’s what some scientists now claim. NPR’s Nell Boyce reports.