Decoding the Weather Forecast

I thought some of you might find this interesting. Can you figure out what the following chart is for? There are seven categories. I will give you the first one.

  1. Date : February 25
  2. Mystery
  3. Mystery
  4. Mystery
  5. Mystery
  6. Mystery
  7. Mystery


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8 thoughts on “Decoding the Weather Forecast”

  1. hm – my guesses –

    1. warm & sunny, so you can hang your sock out to dry

    2. rainy, but you won’t be able to find your umbrella

    3. sunny enough that if you’re Irish you’ll burn

    4. wear a long-sleeve shirt, later in the day you might have an accident with scissors

    5. water your flowers and talk to them a little bit

    6. Godzilla

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  2. Pencilvania:
    hm – my guesses –

    1. warm & sunny, so you can hang your sock out to dry

    2. rainy, but you won’t be able to find your umbrella

    3. sunny enough that if you’re Irish you’ll burn

    4. wear a long-sleeve shirt, later in the day you might have an accident with scissors

    5. water your flowers and talk to them a little bit

    6. Godzilla

    You only got Godzilla right, Pencil. 🙂 I don’t want to give hints or answers yet.

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  3. 10 Cents:
    I thought some of you might find this interesting. Can you figure out what the following chart is for? There are seven categories. I will give you the first one.

    1. Date : February 25
    2. Mystery
    3. Mystery
    4. Mystery
    5. Mystery
    6. Mystery
    7. Mystery

    2. Clothes coming off

    3. Because there’s no rain

    4. But better put on some sunscreen

    5. Even more clothes coming off

    6. Minimal sweating coz nobody’s wearing clothes

    7. Safe to go to the beach, hardly any WW2 mines washing up

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  4. Hopeless in competition with the level of humor here so far, I’ll just stick my neck out with some guesses as to air- quality parameters.

    2.  Humid.  You will need lotsa towels to dry off;

    3.  Hoping for precipitation to clear the air? Fuhgettaboutit.

    4.  UV assault comparatively low;

    5.  Yup your clothes are going to go moldy;

    6. Particulates in the air will be moderate to fairly high today, so don’t breathe overmuch;

    7. Luckily for you, pollen/airborne pathogens/evil spirit molecules are low today, so that’s something.

    This doesn’t add up, in my mind, for February in a country that is roughly at the latitude of Manchuria.  Surely the air should be cold and refreshing and nonthreatening.  I need to be straightened out and await the revelation.

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  5. jzdro:
    Hopeless in competition with the level of humor here so far, I’ll just stick my neck out with some guesses as to air- quality parameters.

    2.  Humid.  You will need lotsa towels to dry off;

    3.  Hoping for precipitation to clear the air? Fuhgettaboutit.

    4.  UV assault comparatively low;

    5.  Yup your clothes are going to go moldy;

    6. Particulates in the air will be moderate to fairly high today, so don’t breathe overmuch;

    7. Luckily for you, pollen/airborne pathogens/evil spirit molecules are low today, so that’s something.

    This doesn’t add up, in my mind, for February in a country that is roughly at the latitude of Manchuria.  Surely the air should be cold and refreshing and nonthreatening.  I need to be straightened out and await the revelation.

    All things will be revealed soon. I am waiting for others to try. I wonder if Pseud has read this.

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  6. jzdro:
    Hopeless in competition with the level of humor here so far, I’ll just stick my neck out with some guesses as to air- quality parameters.

    2.  Humid.  You will need lotsa towels to dry off;

    3.  Hoping for precipitation to clear the air? Fuhgettaboutit.

    4.  UV assault comparatively low;

    5.  Yup your clothes are going to go moldy;

    6. Particulates in the air will be moderate to fairly high today, so don’t breathe overmuch;

    7. Luckily for you, pollen/airborne pathogens/evil spirit molecules are low today, so that’s something.

    This doesn’t add up, in my mind, for February in a country that is roughly at the latitude of Manchuria.  Surely the air should be cold and refreshing and nonthreatening.  I need to be straightened out and await the revelation.

    I agree with your interpretation of 2, 3, and 4.

    5 looks like a temperature index, telling you how many layers to wear.   This is February, so pretty cold, and no surprise about that low UV index.

    I also agree with your guess that 6 is pollen, which ought to be low in February, but not super low.

    That last one looks like a flu index.  Something nasty.

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  7. [spoiler title= Answers]

    1. Laundry: This is an index of what can be dried outside on the line. 
    2. Umbrella: No need for an umbrella today. 
    3. UV: How much sunblock is needed. 
    4. Clothing: How many layers do you need. 
    5. Dryness: Bring your chapstick and hand cream. 
    6. Flu/cold warning: Level of viruses or germs going around. 

    [/spoiler]

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