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7 Responses to “What do you think this weekend’s weather will be like? Do you put much faith in forecasts?”

  1. mike wazauski

    Nope…. But I do predict a 100% chance of daylight in the morning and the darkness in the evening.

  2. PL

    If you plan your day around the weather forcast, I have a beautiful 93 Voyager you would be interested in! -and Michele the side streets are bad all over town, I agree they need to do a better job with them. Maybe if our tax dollars were not WASTED on welfare, food stamps, and etc, our roads might get plowed once and awhile.

  3. Michele

    This has nothing to do about the newscasters I have more faith in them then the people that plow our streets.
    I think that it is funny how West Gambier St has become a major roadway, this street was plowed number of times the snow before today. I live one street over and they never came down our street or the other two after mine but yet plowed the snow where they did not clear it out on the side street intersections. Tonight (2/9/10) the snow plow went down our street about 7:15pm and had the blade up and was not even plowing. We watched this city truck cross West Gambier Street and put the plow down and start plowing up Fountain Street. If it takes to much work to plow the rest of the residential neighborhoods then none of them should be done. Or they need someone else in charge of who dispatches these trucks out. Or is it just we live in the west end and we don’t matter. Excuse me but the people in the West End Pay Taxes and Vote Also.

  4. hazeleyes

    Well we got what they said we would get last week,, and I believe we will get the same this week. My son travels south to VA every week and they have it much worse there, DC was shut down on Monday, so we shall see how much worse things gets tomorrow, the mountains were bad last night he told me. High winds!

  5. Diana

    I read the Farmers Almanac for my forcasts, and they appear to always be right.

  6. Allen

    I watch channel 4 because I like their newscasters and they seem to be more accurate than any of the others.