Are weather forecasts ‘fake’ news?

2017-08-23 06:01
This photo taken by Bryan Walker last week shows that Lake Merthley has a long, long way to go – it currently is 43.85% full.

This photo taken by Bryan Walker last week shows that Lake Merthley has a long, long way to go – it currently is 43.85% full.

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AN interesting aspect, which maybe American president Donald Trump could answer, do all weather forecasts classify as being "fake news"?
For the past two weeks forecasts from weather stations in South Africa and as far afield as Norway have indicated rain – in some instances up to a 90% chance of rain, but as all Greytonians would know, its been more like 90 drops once in a while. But after all this is a spring rainfall and spring is just around the corner ... so here’s hoping.

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