Seriously? Unknown?

For reals?

Funny. I thought this was, you know, the 21st century. Where we could tell what the hell was falling out of the sky.

Oh, well. At least it’s not more freakin’ snow.

7 thoughts on “Seriously? Unknown?

  1. Elspeth says:

    Srsly???? Um, rain, sleet, snow, hail, marshmallows, frogs, cats, dogs, hannah montana…? They are all identifiable…so what the hell is their problem…? Worst case, if it’s changing, just say “mixed”.
    I swear, in my next life, I am going to be a frikkin’ meteorologist (wth kind of name is that?) on television, you get a juicy salary, clothing allowance and you can be consistently wrong while keeping your job…!

  2. joejoejoe says:

    The fog is getting thicker. And Leon’s getting larger.

  3. Elspeth says:

    J3, great “Airplane!” reference!!!

  4. Jude T says:

    Actually, “unknown precipitation” is when an automated weather station can’t tell what’s coming down. So there’s some sense to it, if you know that. However, at face value, it just looks really freakin’ stupid. 🙂

  5. Elspeth says:

    then they could save a LOT of $ by ditching the computerized weather equipment and put a webcam viewing a rock on a string next to a thermometer. You would see the temp, and if the rock is dry, no precip, if rock is wet, it’s raining, if the rock is white, it’s snowing… no more of this ‘unknown precip’ mess.

  6. pansypoo says:

    i’m calling it snot.

  7. M31 says:


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