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you should publish a post on a history of predicted rainstorms that failed to deliver as well as one on days when a day's high and/or low temperature ended up being higher or lower than what had been advertised.


A valid request, but it poses challenges that will dissuade me from doing it. First, I believe predictions of snowfall generate more angst when they're off considerably than when it happens with predictions of rain or temperature. Secondly, the post about snowfalls that didn't deliver is based on what I wrote in my journals in the years since 1979, something I've rarely noted with rainfall and never with temperature.

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