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Weather Man Apologizes For Forecasting Sunshine On Rainy Weekend

A BBC weather man apologized today (August 19) for incorrectly forecasting a sunny, hot weekend. Phillip Avery took to the airwaves today to apologize for any outdoor activities which may have been ruined because forecasters ignored computer models that put thunderstorms in the forecast!

The Telegraph quotes Avery with saying:

“I have to say we can’t even blame the computers, the computers actually wanted to put those thunderstorms in there but forecasters thought that it wasn’t supported by enough evidence and so we went for the dry, hot option.

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