Wednesday, October 27, 2010

HOT TAMALE, CHILI TOMORROW

Saw this weather station in Canada a couple of weeks back. After studying it for a while I concluded that it is highly accurate. We can learn a lot from those people that would increase the accuracy of our own weather people.

20 comments:

  1. The most accurate weather station I've ever seen. Very funny.

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  2. Ha! I've seen this before in various versions, but it's still good. I kind of like not knowing what the weather will be and can just 'feel' the rock.

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  3. I saw something like that somewhere before and loved it!

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  4. I'd have to agree. If we had that rock here, it would probably be bouncing around pretty much all day :-D

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  5. Excellent! The Weather Channel (and one or two local meteorologists) could use this.

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  6. LOL, I bet that rock is popluar.

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  7. Small world, eh!! I just took a picture of a similar weather station in a neighboring town. Very true!! MB

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  8. Yup, that's the way we call the weather in Vermont, too.

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  9. lol! loved it! wonder how expensive is that rock?

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  10. Very funny. Rock on, my friend!

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  11. I like that! I wouldn't mind having one in my backyard.

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  12. Funny! We have weathermen in Maine who NEED this rock!

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  13. Sounds like this rock is more reliable than our local weatherpeople.

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  14. You went to Canada and they let you back in here?

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  15. Much more reasonable and reliable of most hi-tech weather reports. Not for everyone, but with a bit of training one can do wonders.

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  16. Rather cheeky, but so true and accurate!

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  17. Uh... A weather rock? Were they (ahem) stoned when they came up with this?

    The inquiring mind of «Louis la Vache» wants to know...

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  18. OH! Those Canadians are so clev....

    OK, I admit it's funny. :)

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