But, my forecasting abilities can be a bit off, too. Yesterday was a gorgeous, hot day with a bright blue sky and just a smattering of dark clouds in with the puffy white. But in the afternoon , my joints were aching and my skin hyper-sensitive, so I thought for sure the dark clouds were going to build and it was going to rain. When there had been no noticeable change in the weather by bedtime but I was still uncomfortable, I was down right put out about it. Where was the rain? And if it wasn't going to rain why was I suddenly hurting?
This morning, I woke up to find temperatures dropped significantly during the night. We only expect to get up to 60 (instead of 80) today and outlying areas around us may drop to 30 tonight (winter temps for us). Ahh - that explains it. I forgot to account for the possibility of a slow moving front.
Sometimes the human barometer is a bit off, too.