Saturday air

by fati
(Kerman, Iran)

Rainy Gloomy Saturday Afternoon

Rainy Gloomy Saturday Afternoon

how is climate on saturday?

Barry's Response - Saturday air? Climate on a particular day of the week? An interesting situation.

I will start with a definition of CLIMATE:

typical weather in region: the average weather or the regular variations in weather in a region over a period of years

You could try substituting " on Saturday" for "in region" in the quote above. Based on statistics, these two variables shouldn't be correlated. But psychologically, people say things like "it always rains on my day off", which may indeed be a Saturday.

That's more of a perceptual / attitude problem than anything else. If you live in an industrial town, for instance, where local industry only operates during the week, then the air quality and climate can change on weekends relative to the rest of the week, and that could impact your microclimate. on those days.

If, on the other hand, you were asking for a weather forecast for this upcoming Saturday:

1) It's too late for me to respond to your message.

2) It's hard to make a forecast without knowing where you want it.

I hope this gives you some food for thought.

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What if your weather man worked weekends at Comedy Central?

Have you ever noticed how the weather hates our weekends? That's like Mother Nature saying, "You want to enjoy your days off, huh? Well, think again!"

Let's start with Mondays. Mondays, the day everyone hates. It's sunny and beautiful, birds are singing, and you're like, "Wow, this is actually a pretty nice day!" But what happens when the weekend comes around? Clouds roll in, and suddenly you're digging out your umbrella like it's a treasure map to Atlantis!

It's like the weather knows when you're at work, slaving away at your desk, and it's bright and sunny to mock you. The weekend comes along, and it's like, "Okay, everybody back inside, let's have some rain and gloom!"

Don't even get me started on Fridays. You know when you're full of hope and dreams because the weekend's just around the corner? Well, the weather sees your excitement and says, "Rain on their parade!" I've seen more Friday rain than my own family!

Here's the kicker. Sundays are the best. It's the day of rest, they say. It's also the day of unexpected weather. When you wake up, it's all calm and peaceful. But when you're halfway through brunch, you look out the window, and it's like a hurricane just blew through!

I'm convinced meteorologists hate weekends. They're in their weather stations, giggling like evil scientists, thinking, "Let's mess with their outdoor plans today!" They're like weather puppeteers, pulling the strings of sunshine and rain just to mess with our BBQs.

Next time you're looking forward to a nice, sunny weekend, remember that the weather probably has other plans. My friends, it's all part of the cosmic joke. Hey, at least we can complain about it, right? Make sure you stay dry!

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that was great!
by: Anonymous

That was great! I generally don't read articles about the weather or discuss the weather at all except to friends up north and that is only to torment them when they have to shovel snow and I am down here in Florida enjoying lite jacket weather....that was an enjoyable article because it was more philosophy, facetious at that, than it was weather...two thumbs up!

From Barry - Maybe you're being sarcastic. Making jokes about something serious, like the weather, is a common form of humor. This author is making a joke about how the weather can be different in different places, and how some people have more pleasant weather while others have harsher weather.

that was great!
by: Julie Martin

From Barry - I've heard of it. Thanks.

Which Saturday where?
by: connie

Where do these questions come from? Are they computer generated? If you want this site to be taken seriously, at least make an effort to find a decent question/statement to post. Like how many Saturdays of the year does it snow in Anchorage? That might not be a great question, but at least it is answerable!

From Barry - Search engines may generate these questions. They're not always the best quality, and it's hard to find a good, answerable question. Look for questions that are more specific and can be answered with a few Google searches or ChatGPT queries.

Could not understand
by: Amit

Sorry i just could not understand what you want to convey.Maybe due to lack of knowing good english you were unable to convey the message.

From Barry - Me not know how English speak good to.

by: Anonymous

I read the site and still have no idea what it is about. Why anyone would want to read such obvious and banal statements is beyond me. I can not say that the article contributed in any significant way to my understanding of weather on Saturday or any other day of the week where ever I happen to be located at that point in time. The article could also benefit from some serious editing to remove spelling and grammatical errors. The rest of the site may have more interesting pages, but frankly this first experience would not motivate me in the least to pursue the matter. If the site is more interesting why not start with the good stuff rather than pseudo-philosophical reflections?

From Barry - I'm guessing... Someone's not too thrilled with this website. Hey, not everything's as clear as mushroom soup, and sometimes you have to dig a little deeper to find the real gems. What's up with all this criticism, pal? You might just need a good laugh!

by: lydia the tatooed lady

i have always found a question or comment on the weather to be an automatic conversation starter. i live in michigan where the weather is very changeable and, right now, the source of much complaining. We have had snow, sleet, rain, and ice since the beginning of december. winter has come with a ferocious start. usually a complaint about the weather elicits empathy and sympathetic comments. it kind of draws people together like it is "us against nature." the person who wrote the article sounds like a weatherman on a news show and maybe he just gets tired of being asked the same question over and over again. this site is about the weather but i think i get enough on the subject from the tv news shows and talking with other folks.

From Barry - In the winter, the weather can be unpredictable and volatile, which can make people feel anxious. Talking about the weather can make people feel a sense of solidarity and connection when it's rough. Having a sense of connection and solidarity can help reduce anxiety and create a sense of community.

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