90+% Chance of a Precipitationless Spring Fling

For those of you who have spent the past few days checking weather forecasts every fifteen minutes anticipating rain during Spring Fling, stop.  The weather forecast looks very optimistic right now. Courtesy of Weather.com:

Spring Fling is roughly from 2PM to 6:30PM, which means we start off with some clouds and a 10% chance of precipitation and end up sunny with a 0% chance of precipitation.  As they say, all’s well that ends well.

6 thoughts on “90+% Chance of a Precipitationless Spring Fling

  1. Wigman

    Your math is incorrect. Since the probability of precipitationlessness is .9 for five hours, one multiples these probabilities to get the probability of complete precipitationlessness:

    .9 x .9 x .9 x .9 x .9 x 1 x 1 = .59

    New Title: 60% Chance of a Precipitationless Spring Fling

  2. Wigman

    Your math is incorrect. Since the probability of precipitationlessness is .9 for five hours, one multiples these probabilities to get the probability of complete precipitationlessness:

    .9 x .9 x .9 x .9 x .9 x 1 x 1 = .59

    New Title: 60% Chance of a Precipitationless Spring Fling

  3. Charlotte "Incensed" Heyrman

    That is a stupid title. You almost reduced Daniel Nass to a fit of hysterical sobs when I read it aloud in Usdan. Precipitationless could be stated SUNNY!!!

  4. Charlotte "Incensed" Heyrman

    That is a stupid title. You almost reduced Daniel Nass to a fit of hysterical sobs when I read it aloud in Usdan. Precipitationless could be stated SUNNY!!!

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