Understanding Weather Forecast NUMBERS

Tru here.

i know in many places it is still the “dog days” of August, but temperatures will be changing soon.

Unfortunately most weather forecasts are totally useless to me
— because they just involve a lot of (meaningless) NUMBERS.


i no longer understand numerical concepts;
i need PICTURES to understand numbers.
So Wunderground works well for me.

For those who process thought better in visual processing (like me),
i have found the 10-day forecast in Wunderground is a blessing.

shows temperature with red and purple,
clouds with gray,
chance of rain or snow with blue,
and wind is on the bottom graph.
With Wunderground weather forecast, i can schedule appropriate activities … and appropriate clothing.

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4 thoughts on “Understanding Weather Forecast NUMBERS

  1. Very nice site and nice find on weather info. So you are saying that if you hear or see things like Mon 67 with 40% chance of rain, you can’t fully understand? I ask because that picture you posted of how you can understand the weather is more confusing to me. Too much info. I have FTD and that may be why.

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    • THANKS for the comment Scott.

      Yes; Too much info is also a problem for me, but …numbers are even more of a problem; 67 and 76 are pretty much the same to me. Percent means i get to try to use even more MATH (percent goes with 100, so 100 divided by 2 = 50, so that means 40 is something less than half a probability of rain) . Most of my life was in accounting, but my number ability was one of the first things to go for me. Graph line gives me context for the 10-day picture.

      i get much more from the graphs; the line that shows a certain day will be warmest, a certain day will be coldest. The blue line shows if i need to figure for rain, and the bottom line shows wind (which can be a big issue right here at the harbor).

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