View Full Version : SkicDave's Weather Forecast Machine
05-01-2001, 12:26 PM
Will all the talk about what the weather will be this weekend, I thought we need a new hitech weather forecasting system.
This new system works pretty well. I've learned from it that indeed its true, Mount Washington's weather is VERY unpredicatable.
Try it out... http://timefortuckerman.com/weatherforecast.html
Sweet weather frocaster! If I get the forcast I want, and leave it on my screen, then it'll be accurate right?
"Continued Crappy with periods of misery"
05-01-2001, 04:07 PM
Yup thats right! Just don't shutdown your browser... mathematically speaking I'd estimate it may take several decades of clicking your refresh button to get the same forecast up (30 to the power of 7 to be exact).
Send in your requests for 'todays weather' if you like to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
05-01-2001, 05:17 PM
So I guess I wasn't really there this weekend (no rain!!!)! BTW, it might make sense to add that it is always foggy in the evenings. Can't quite remember why though ...
On a serious note, www.intellicast.com (http://www.intellicast.com) does give reports for Tuckerman's. Just enter "Tuckerman Ravine" for the city. They're just about as accurate as yours. - SherpaKroto
05-01-2001, 05:41 PM
Good weather page ! That pretty much nails the weather......
I stay in Jackson a lot and if I have plans to go out for a ride or site-seeing (or to Tuck's this weekend) I have the opportunity to look off the deck for current conditions; clear over the top, dark in Crawford notch, good time for Tucks! (At least that's what I'm "planning" for weather this weekend.)
Think POSITIVE ! (No, not "I'm positive it's going to rain...")
05-02-2001, 12:10 AM
I am in tears following the emotional rollercoaster you just put me through!
05-02-2001, 06:59 PM
very funny skicdave! i especially liked the one time i hit refresh and saw that the summit was 20 degrees warmer than the valley. might want to stress a little more that it is only a joke, i can already see someone not reading the fine print and taking it seriously! lol!
05-02-2001, 07:19 PM
True... someone did email asking what 'non saxable' weather was.
I've added the fine print and made it more visible.
Remember: send in your own weather forecast 'messages' and I'll add them to the forecast machine. email@example.com
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