HowTo:Predict the Weather
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So you want to predict the weather? Of course you do, that's why you're here! To predict the weather, you'll need to be a weatherman, which means you'll need to go to college. And to go to college, you'll need to have a lot of money. And to have a lot of money, you'll need to work. And who likes work? No one, that's who. And besides, why pay all that money just to throw darts at a few pictures? Because, as everyone knows, weathermen don't actually know how the weather's going to turn out- they're not meteorologists, and they don't have the fancy equipment to be able to figure it out for themselves.
- But aren't weathermen and meteorologists the same thing?
- No. No they are not. Quit asking questions and read.
Why Predict the Weather?
You're probably wondering why you should predict the weather, right? Well, you want to predict the weather if you want to make money. Don't know how to make money? Get a job then! Don't know how to get a job? Perhaps a few of my associates can help you then. This article isn't about getting you a job, it's about predicting the weather.
But why should you should predict it? Well, why shouldn't you? Also, it's fun, that's why! And the best part is that you don't even need to think to predict it! Just ask Al Roker!What about it is fun, you ask? Isn't it just a bunch of math and science? You couldn't be more wrong. Well, if you decide to gamble
Step 1: Figuring Out What Weather Is
Step 2: Predicting the WeatherThis is by far the easiest part of the job. There are two ways of doing this: one that requires physical effort, and one that requires the use of a computer. For the first one, you put on a blindfold, grab a few darts, aim, and throw. Whichever symbol (rain, snow, sun, etc.) your dart lands on, that's what you're going to
Step 3: Lather, Rinse, Repeat
Now that you've successfully predicted the weather once, you can do it again! Just like washing your hands or washing your hair, you simply repeat and repeat and repeat and repeat the process again, starting at step one! If your luck holds, you can even bet on what the outcome will be! Now get out of here and don't come back!
If you are fortunate enough to live in Wales, you don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows. Instead it blows a gale, tearing roofs up and trees down, particularly across roads and railway lines. Despite numerous complaints from visitors, the rainfall is actually of great benefit to this glorious nation, as we have not yet invented running water or the benefits of personal hygiene. However, we DID invent soap before the Romans. Too bad we thought it was milkybars and ate it all.