Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Again hot, but cooled off thanks to rain.

I don't know why insists on using the visual data comparison method they do. Admittedly, on days without record high temperatures, it works fine, but on days when it doesn't, you can tell that the thing is just bogus. Look at the one on the right. Obviously, the actual low temp (51F) should be shown as being higher on the graph than the average high temp (50F). (I talked yesterday about the record highs and the actual high.)

The website currently predicts that the weather will remain below 60F for much of the next 10 days (save for one day at 62F), and dipping down into the 40s F toward the start of April. (We'll see. Yesterday morning they were predicting 65F as the high for the day.)

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