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Post  AranMC on 1/18/2012, 6:51 pm

I just added a video to my blog that I took this afternoon: The weather forecast
said 6 inches of snow, they were right, NOT... it turned out to be 18 inches of snow within 12 hours..
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Post  Goosegirl on 1/18/2012, 9:01 pm

@AranMC wrote:I just added a video to my blog that I took this afternoon: The weather forecast
said 6 inches of snow, they were right, NOT... it turned out to be 18 inches of snow within 12 hours..
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Post  fiddleman on 1/19/2012, 5:36 pm

Lewis Black had a funny bit a few years back on the weather and weathermen:

A few years ago here in New York City, we had a blizzard. 36 inches of snow. I guess you Midwesterners would call that a dusting. Well, our weatherman at the time, Al Roker, predicted we'd have 4 - 12 inches of snow. Well, giving him the benefit of the doubt, that stills leaves him 2 feet off. This was an emergency condition. Now if you were a roofer and you built a roof and it was 2 feet off, you'd still be serving time.

Now, what's meteorologist mean in English? It means liar.

And what's the best job you can have in the world. It's being the weatherperson in San Diego, CA. It doesn't get any better than that. You're on TV for less than a minute. You've got a 6-figure income. They're like 'what's the weather going to be like, Lewis?'
'...Nice....back to you.'

Now the weather can be just as crazy. This past December in parts of the country where it should have been cold, it actually got into the 70's. What was that about? The 70's, in December?
Do you know what that means it's going to be in August? About 312.

lol!


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Post  AranMC on 1/19/2012, 5:42 pm

affraid lol!

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Post  Chopper on 1/19/2012, 8:49 pm

@fiddleman wrote: It's being the weatherperson in San Diego, CA. It doesn't get any better than that. You're on TV for less than a minute. You've got a 6-figure income. They're like 'what's the weather going to be like, Lewis?'
'...Nice....back to you.' lol!

Don't be silly. They say, "Night and morning low clouds clearing by mid-morning" Every day.

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