Quote: Originally Posted by Barman58
Quote: Originally Posted by Dave76
It wasn't raining when Noah built the ark.
No but the weather forecasts were a lot better than today's
Universal Weather Forecast
This applies everywhere.
Tommorrow will be like today, which in turn was like yesterday. There will be outbreaks of sun and rain in various proportions and intensities dependant on the location. Some will have both at the same time and, where the sun is not present, you might have the moon. Of course, it is possible that you can have both sun and moon at the same time (this means that you may or may not be able to see the moon). This therefore implies that where you have neither sun or moon it will be dark. Temperatures will vary from hot to cold and in cold areas (or places of high altitude) any rain that falls may do so in the form of snow. Some precipitation of either rain or snow may be accompanied by thunder and lightning. Wind of various speeds and directions will accompany much of the weather.
Open your door/window and look outside. Your weather is what you've got.