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"What is the normal temperature for this time of the year?"
'I thought patchy, not striped fog was predicted for today.'
"With out new super-fast computers we can get the forecast wrong twice as fast as we used to!"
"The weather person said today would be party cloudy...but she didn't say which part."
Weather prediction is guesswork.
Umbrella in case marked: 'In case of prediction error.'
'I've just heard the weather forecast, they say it could be hot...on the other hand it could be cold!'
'For accuracy, it suggests you look out of the window and check the pine cone!'
"Now over to the weather desk for a detailed report."
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"Argh! It's going to rain! My arthritis!"
Met Office Training
'I don't think Jones is telling us everything.'
"So who's this Abigail, then?"
Humans gather to witness the celestial miracle of a 'Transitory Solar Appearance'.
Met Office: Wet Today, Dry Tomorrow.
Christian Book Shop has sign saying 'We have Noah's Ark' whilst the Weather Bureau next door has sign saying 'You're gonna need it'.
Music shop's sign: We have 'Sleigh Bells'. Weather Bureau's sign: You're gonna need them.
'There is no bad weather, just bad weather FORECASTS.'
'...And now the weather for the weekend.'
Who's that poor chap...a banker? Weather forecaster!
With our new superfast computers we can get the forecast wrong TWICE as fast as we used to...MET OFFICE
'Never mind the Big, bad wolf. Have you seen the bloody weather forecast?'
UK Storm Warning.
'You don't need a weather forecast. Just read mother natures' signs carefully and you know that it will start raining soon.'
'I think this is where our fish pond was.'