scientist Dr. Judah Cohen collaborated with Professor of Biological Engineering Ernest Fraenkel, two Stanford University PhD students and a Microsoft researcher in a Subseasonal Climate Forecast Rodeo Competition and won first place in 3 out of 4 temperature forecasting categories. The researchers created a climate model combining historical weather pattern recognition and machine learning in order to produce real-time predictions of temperature and precipitation anomalies 2 – 6 weeks in advance for the Western United States. Read more on MIT News.