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Jacques
post Jun 3 2010, 02:31 PM
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Hi, I noticed something weird on the Accuweather 15 day forecasts.

For day 15, Fayetteville, NC has a forecast high of 109F (real feal of 169F!!) and low of 80F. This is outrageous by itself, especially since it's near impossible to get that warm with 95% humidity (which could be where the 169F reading is coming from), but it's even stranger when a location in the very same state (Boone) has a forecast high of 65F and low of 38F.


Now, I know this is a distance away and the forecast should be taken with a grain of salt, but it's really weird, huh?
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post Jun 14 2010, 07:14 PM
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QUOTE(Jacques @ Jun 3 2010, 03:31 PM) *
Hi, I noticed something weird on the Accuweather 15 day forecasts.

For day 15, Fayetteville, NC has a forecast high of 109F (real feal of 169F!!) and low of 80F. This is outrageous by itself, especially since it's near impossible to get that warm with 95% humidity (which could be where the 169F reading is coming from), but it's even stranger when a location in the very same state (Boone) has a forecast high of 65F and low of 38F.
Now, I know this is a distance away and the forecast should be taken with a grain of salt, but it's really weird, huh?

*marks calendar to be far, far away from Fayetteville area on this date*


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