Superb paintings of lightning storms by Giorgione, Poussin, Delacroix, Constable, Bierstadt, Rousseau, Klimt, Bonnard, and Tom Thomson.
Snow, freezing rain, and thaw – just when you need the Met Office’s webpages. So it took its live weather pages offline, and promoted its mobile apps.
The app told me that in 10 minutes it would rain for 10 minutes, but there was a 43% chance of rain over the next hour.
Both significant events for 16 September turned out to be wrong: we walked when it should have been wet, and are still waiting for watchOS 2.0.
Was Turner right in his dying words, proclaiming that “The Sun is God”?
How many days are there to Christmas? And to the first winter storm? Now is the time to plan for both.
What do you think of a weather app which tells you that it is “a big fan of Jack the Ripper’s work”?
If you ever used a PowerBook G4 on naked flesh, you will already have experienced the thermal limit to processor speed.
You would be forgiven for thinking that tomorrow was the first of March, not June. If you dare mention ‘global warming’ round here I think the local hoteliers would lynch you.
Which weather forecasting app should you trust? Or are you looking for some digital seaweed?