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  1. I agree from a purely meteorological perspective, as a better understanding should lead to better forecasts... but how about when trying to convey information to the public? I know many are afraid to even present occluded fronts to the public as it is believed (and perhaps accurately) that they wouldn't or simply do not want to understand them, thus creating confusion. From this standpoint, what are your thoughts? I waffle back and forth on this issue because one one hand you're presenting something that is demonstrably false, on the other hand you risk losing the public in a quest which adds very little, if any real value to the public forecast.