Or, to be more specific, weather forecasts. Have you noticed that the more technology that is used to forecast the weather, the less accurate the forecast seems to be? Sometimes I think that the Farmer’s Almanac has a better chance of being right! The current standard seems to be the 7-day forecast, although I think it should really be called the 7-day WAG (wild-a**-guess.) I’ve seen too many times where the forecast isn’t right 7 hours in advance, much less 7 days! The accuracy percentage seems to be about 75% for the first day, 30% for the second day, and 0% beyond that. Of course, the meteorologists will never admit to that. Personally, I would much rather have a believable 3-day forecast than a useless 7-day one. And, what’s even worse, there is now a local station with a 10-day forecast! Their slogan is that it “always includes 2 weekends.” Well, anyone who plans their second weekend based on that forecast deserves whatever the weather brings!