I like to keep track of the weather. Here you see an external digital thermometer that hangs on the window outside of my dining room. The temper- ature you see is in my driveway at about 1:30 p.m. It is somewhat cooler out on the street. It is overcast, and has been raining off and on out here in (ahem) sunny California.
In yesterday's post I note that the local newspaper predicted a high of 71 degrees, while the online weather high was 63. The actual high? 67 degrees. I think that's called splitting the difference, or maybe compromise.
In case you missed the comment on the weather from LynnM, here it is, 'cause I think it is funny:
"One thing that really bugs me about my BBC weather page is when it predicts something like: Today's High 58, Low 45, Currently 40. Or Today's High 65, Low 55, Currently 70."
The weather report is even right sometimes.
Now I don't know if you will find this video funny or not, but it sure looked like a lot of fun. Turn up the volume!