Why is it impossible to correctly predict the long-term weather? The atmosphere covering the planet consists of about 5,600 trillion of its lengths. This atmosphere can strike the ground with lightning strikes or heavy rain, heat waves and hurricanes, not to mention that it is difficult for us to predict the weather.
We find a lot of yellow newspapers recording terrible weather headlines.
For example, you can read in the "Daily Mail" newspaper that one of the days will be the hottest in October for the past seven years, when the temperature reaches 25 degrees Celsius, although we are expected to see a decrease. Relatively in the heat and rain.
On the other hand, the newspaper "Daily Express" indicates that temperatures in the Arctic reach 3 degrees below zero, and the region will witness a relative decrease in temperature and precipitation during the three days that precede that day.
Our proficiency in calculating weather forecasts, at least with regard to heat, made great strides. Our ability to forecast temperature has improved by 0.566 ° C.
This improvement may seem trivial from your point of view, but the weather forecast affects our daily life, such as clothing, appointments, and warns the state in the event of a natural disaster.