Weather and energy planning

Weather forecasting has never been an exact science. In some areas of the world, people inspect "woolly worms" to predict the severity of the coming winter. It is believed the thickness and color of the critter's hairy bands foretell accurately the type of winter approaching.In other places, however, the moon is studied for weather forecasting because of its impact on "atmospheric tides." Some people believe the moon is the key to short and long-term weather patterns.If chasing worms and staring at the moon is too much trouble, the Old Farmer's Almanac allows you to sit in the comfort of your living room and read what is going to happen months in advance. For instance, Old Farmer&...

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