Neat trick. Only if the weatherman are always
wrong how accurate can you be?
OK I gotta jump in here. Being a bit of a weather nerd, I cut them a
little slack. I'm certainly not advocating any service listed above,
there is so much free info with no advertising, why waste time with
anything else? Here's a good place to
start.....National Weather Service
Might as well get some use out of
those taxes you pay, eh?
Seriously, even though they are frequently wrong, once you start to
understand how many variables go into a forecast, you will realize
these guys are good. The amount of advanced math and science needed
to get a degree in meteorology is mind numbing. Then again, it's a
good thing there are no charge backs for weathermen....I wonder, do
they have to buy E&O??
My favorite forecast I ever heard-and I quote,
"Today, we should have highs somewhere in the lower to middle upper 80s."