[pasmembers] Re: Weather Watchers & Volunteers needed for events this week - Thur, Fri & Sat Events

  • From: Don Boyd <dazphotog@xxxxxxx>
  • To: pasmembers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2012 14:33:11 -0700

Accuweather is saying 14% at 6 decreasing to 11% by 8 with winds of 5 mph decreasing to 3 mph for Thhursday.

Friday they are saying Clear at 6 and increasing clouds to 26% by 7.

Saturday in carefree they are saying 26% clouds all night till sunrise. and light winds.

On 10/18/2012 12:26 PM, Terri wrote:
Do weather forecasters or anyone running a weather predicting site, really know what's going on with the weather? I think, sometimes, they don't even look at the door to see that clear skies, could be clouded out.

Keep the forecasts for today coming in.
And help me decide around 2pm if we are
doing this event or not. Right now, what i see
is a repeat of last night, which was doable. Wasn't great
observing, but we did ok with it.
Let's keep this discussion going.
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    *From:* Tim Jones <timj@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
    *To:* pasmembers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
    *Sent:* Thursday, October 18, 2012 10:40 AM
    *Subject:* [pasmembers] Re: Weather Watchers & Volunteers needed
    for events this week - Thur, Fri & Sat Events

    Unfortunately, it seems that the NWS, Weather Channel,
    Accuweather, Skippy Sky, nor Clear Sky are too good at predicting
    things, either.  As of 8P last night while we were looking at a
    completly socked in Southern sky, NWS still said clear with good


    On Oct 18, 2012, at 10:35 AM, Terri <cosmicstarstuff@xxxxxxxxx
    <mailto:cosmicstarstuff@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:

    > However,
    > the Rock method only works for the here and now. It doesn't'
    forecast the weather a few hours into the future.

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