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Does anyone else have the impression that the Met Office forecasts have become quite unreliable over the last six to ten months?
I've been relying on my local forecast on their website for some years and it used to be fairly accurate, as I remember. But these days it seems to be more and more just plain wrong. Then you check a couple of hours later and they've altered it to match the current weather.
I'm getting the impression that much of the time they're reporting the weather rather than forecasting it.
Is the Met Office losing the plot? Or do they just have problems with my local area? Or is the weather getting more unpredictable? Or is it all in my imagination (don't really believe this)?
I think they are erring on the side of bad weather as it is often better than predicted.
I check the met office online rather than any of the other sources of weather information. And for today and the next day I think it's usually about right. Might get the timings a bit wrong, but sun with rain later usually happens, even if the arrival time of the rain isn't always spot on.
I think sometimes weather looks better than predicted as they'll show a rain clound and then add 60%, so a 60% chance of rain. Meaning that at first glance rain has been predicted and didn't arrive, when in fact rain was only likely in the forecast.
I commend them in their continuing struggle.
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