Tomorrow in Albany and the surrounding area, we are expecting a cold arctic blast that’s going to make the temperatures drop below normal for this time of year. We can expect to see wind gusts up to 30/40 mph Wednesday night going into Thursday. Thursday morning is going to be chilly with the expected temperature around 32 degrees. The wind chill from this arctic blast will make the temperatures feel much colder, so make sure to bundle up and stay warm!! ❄️
The wonderful @moon.picnic have created some incredible toys, developed from their sister brand and printable craft website @mrprintables and I’m pleased to announce we are welcoming their latest creation, My Weather Station, to our store. It is now available on our website for preorder with delivery expected before the end of the month! Let your little ones explore the weather, seasons, temperature and even role play the weather forecast with this fantastic wooden toy! Tap for details... 👆🏼☁️☔️☀️⚡️ #woodentoys#weatherforecast#learntheweather#annualstore#moonpicnic#learnthroughplay
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Here's the weekly forecast for the @georgiamtbleague for Monday, October 15 to Sunday, October 21... A more typical fall-like pattern this week. We will start the week with a slightly unsettled weather pattern with a 20-30% chance of showers Monday through Wednesday. Temperatures will start warm on Monday with highs in the 80s and possibly a few 90s across south Georgia. By Wednesday high temperatures will be 65 to 75 north with 80s south.
Beautiful fall days for Thursday and Friday with partly to mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the 70s. However, a strong cold front will move across the state Saturday bringing a 40-50% chance of showers and thunderstorms. By Sunday the front will be out of the Georgia League’s area with dry, cooler and breezy conditions. Temperatures on Saturday will be in the 70s, but by Sunday, high temperatures will reach only into the 60s.
Your #WREG @3onyourside #MidSouth#weatherforecast for Tuesday: mostly overcast with scattered showers continuing through the day into this evening. Cool and breezy at times; high temps well below normal for mid October.
Dear diary, most of my look backs in history are quite long ago but today I've been reading about an event that happened in 1987!
Back then English TV had four channels only, and if you wanted to know what the weather was going to be you had to watch a #weatherforecast on the telly.
Now one of the coolest presenters on the #BBC when it came to the #weather was a gentleman called #michaelfish . He would reliably tell you each nightaboutvtge weather and maybe a fun tip bit or two.
All was well and good until the lunchtime of the 15th of October 1987. A woman had apparently phoned the BBC to enquire if rumours of an approaching #hurricane were true. And that led to Mr fish announcing to all with a smile with regards to the coming supposed hurricane "well I can assure people watching, don't worry there isn't".
Now to be fair to Mr fish his colleague later that e ending also did not foretale a coming storm either,
In the wee small hours of the 16th of October 1987" #Britian was battered on its South Coast by the greatest storm the country had witnessed in nearly 3 centuries. There were #gales reaching 115mph, causing massive devistation in their wake, 15million trees were flattened and over 2bn in damage. As well as the sad loss of 18lives.
It wasn't technically a hurricane but Mr fish still failed to predict a massive storm and his followers were astounded at how such a huge mistake could happen. It led to a public enquiry and an internal #netoffice investigation as to why both human and mechanical equipment failed to predict the storm.
Michael fish has mbe is still all these years later the ma who failed to predict the weather,
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