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Do I need a jacket? The next best thing to looking out the window.
posted by Arch Stanton (26 comments total)

 
Yes. Why? Because: It's cold.
posted by gimonca at 8:00 PM on March 20, 2005


Beheh. My all purpose US zip code, for when I must pretend I don't live in Canadia is near Chicago. If I were there, I'd need a jacket because 'It's frickin' freezing'.
posted by jacquilynne at 8:02 PM on March 20, 2005


I usually wear one because it's slimming. But hey, this thing says it's misty and cold at Dover Delaware, so there's another reason!
posted by mmahaffie at 8:05 PM on March 20, 2005


Do I need a condom?

Yes. Why? Because: She's a slut.
posted by Stan Chin at 8:07 PM on March 20, 2005


I'd love to have a firefox plugin keeping me updated... imagine just looking down at the corner of the screen and seeing "YES. Because it's cold. And it's windy."

Course i wear one anyway cause its got all my junk in it. Pez dispenser, gum, matches, and so on.
posted by BlackLeotardFront at 8:16 PM on March 20, 2005


Sorry, we couldn't find any weather info for 'YMEN'. Please try again!

Your Mileage Equals Nada?
posted by bdave at 8:29 PM on March 20, 2005


Weathe- errm, ForecastFox has made windows obsolete for me.

"Hey look, it's raining outside!" *pauses, listens, nods*
posted by DaShiv at 8:32 PM on March 20, 2005


Why? Because:
it's cold

Based on the weather at New York City, Central Park NY USA, 41 minutes ago.

cute : >
posted by amberglow at 8:35 PM on March 20, 2005


am i the only one who finds this extremely useful?
posted by Mach5 at 8:36 PM on March 20, 2005


I think it must get its data from Automated Weather Stations, which replaced humans in Australia about a month ago. No more lighthouse rainfall collecting for you, Eric. That is why there are some gaps. and BlackLeotardFront, look at the free version of this. I seem to recall that there were animated ones of these around years ago.

/answers own query, feels important

On preview: DaShiv
posted by bdave at 8:37 PM on March 20, 2005


These jacket people are wusses. It's 54 degrees Fahrenheit and it tells me I need a jacket. Pshaw.
posted by IshmaelGraves at 8:41 PM on March 20, 2005


It told me I needed to wear a jacket when I popped in 90210 as a zip code cause it's "not very warm out". It's 57 °F / 14 °C there. I beg to differ on the jacket issue!

I might, however, recommend a light sweater.
posted by Salmonberry at 8:48 PM on March 20, 2005


but..... I do not understand what it says for Miami (internl airport).... I need to know!
posted by carmina at 9:06 PM on March 20, 2005


Yes.

Why? Because you live in San Francisco, the land with one season year-round.
posted by Down10 at 9:41 PM on March 20, 2005


It's 54 degrees Fahrenheit and it tells me I need a jacket.

At work today, someone caught a shoplifter and mentioned that they weren't wearing a jacket to hide more things in. I was shocked, I had been outside less than 10 minutes before and it was 41 degrees out. My coworker described 41 as nice out, and I questioned whether a winter of 0-20 has made us celebrate every degree above freezing. Then again, when I was in High School, guys would wear shorts in January.
posted by drezdn at 9:42 PM on March 20, 2005


Hell. I live in Minnesota, and 41 is nice out. Assuming there's no wind, that is. Around those temperatures, windchill is everything.
posted by neckro23 at 9:47 PM on March 20, 2005


Reminds me of fuzzy clock. Just the information you need, and nothing more.
posted by BuddhaInABucket at 10:22 PM on March 20, 2005


This is extremely useful.

However, it's probably easier and faster to call up my mom.

She may be sleeping, in another state, in a different time zone and have absolutely no idea what the weather is like where i am, but she can, without fail, tell me exactly when i need a jacket, and what kind of jacket i will need.
And she will Always be right.
I learned when i was young that resistance is absolutely futile, if mom says you need a jacket, then you will absolutely freeze your ass off if you choose not to bring one.
posted by chatterbox at 10:49 PM on March 20, 2005


chatterbox, we may be long-lost relatives. By chance did your mother ever say "Put a jersey on - I feel cold?"

(Jersey = sweater for you foreigners).
posted by i_am_joe's_spleen at 12:15 AM on March 21, 2005


look at the free version of this.

The prob w/ WeatherBug is it puts tons of spyware on your system and is a bitch to get rid of, it doesn't come w/ an uniinstall feature.
posted by berek at 12:34 AM on March 21, 2005


Yep, tried that berek, it's crapola. Shoulda tried it first. And no Australia. Back to the BOM for me.
posted by bdave at 3:58 AM on March 21, 2005


Cute but useless for me.. I like making up my own mind as to whether or not I need a jacket, based on the temperature. I'll stick to Environment Canada's Weather Office.
posted by Menomena at 4:35 AM on March 21, 2005


Beheh. My all purpose US zip code, for when I must pretend I don't live in Canadia is near Chicago

It is working for me, and it looks like it works for Toronto.
posted by sleslie at 4:37 AM on March 21, 2005


Also downtown Toronto.

Woo, new home page.
posted by DrJohnEvans at 10:57 AM on March 21, 2005


Also, sleslie, that first link is slightly inaccurate. Should be:

YWG: Yes. Because it's frickin' WINNIPEG.
posted by DrJohnEvans at 10:59 AM on March 21, 2005


I think they need to take into account the fact that someone in "Canada will be perfectly happy going jacketless in 8-10 degree weather while someone in the Southern US would want to bundle up.
posted by Space Coyote at 2:28 PM on March 21, 2005


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