But come on, people, how about giving even a semi-accurate representation of what is happening right now?!
Here is such a recent report on a certain day in Hauancayo, where we live:
OK, listen; Cerro de Pasco is a bleak mining town at 14,400 feet, and again, if it ever reached 73 degrees, people would want to live there!All right, so what do I suggest?
The following method of reporting the weather is far more accurate than the transmitted information in this part of South America. It is known and loved by all Boy Scouts the world over, and an example can be found in any site worthy of calling itself a Boy Scout Camp. It is called "The Weather Rock," and this is an example:
The following conditions can be informed by the Weather Rock:
If the rock is white, it is snowing.
If the rock is wet, it is raining.
If the rock is warm, it is sunny.
If the rock is swinging violently, there is strong wind.
If the rock is slippery, there is ice.
If the rock is bouncing, an earthquake is happening.
If the rock is underwater, be careful, as a flood has occurred.
I maintain that this igneous device is far more accurate than what we get from the weather reports here.
May your local information be more accurate. Or get a rock.
Dave & Paula