When does it stop being partly cloudy and start being partly sunny?
What on earth do they mean? I live in a small rural area and the only thing we can count on when it comes to weather is that they are usually dead wrong. I’ve become pretty adept at looking up the radar and figuring it out for myself. It raises several questions…
Why the vague double meanings? Are forecasters really so worried about getting it wrong? It seems that there’s always a “chance” of something, anything and a little bit of everything! So they can say, “See, I was right!”
More and more I have noticed upon talking to people that everyone seems to be an expert on the radar. Do you look it up and figure it out for yourself too? Have you counted on a forecast to be right only to be betrayed by bad weather?
Inquiring minds want to know. :)