So currently my weather reading consists of watching the news, googling what the weather will be like or looking at the sky and seeing if there are any grey/dark clouds or if it looks fine.
Now these aren't exactly the most practical ways to read the weather- especially if your in a survival situation or something. I want to try gettting into ready the clouds and stuff and I was curious to see how deep your guys knowledge of this king of stuff is.
I'd love to hear ya thoughts,
I tend to follow you on that one bro. I glance at the weather forecast but I know it is notoriously inaccurate especially in Hamilton.
I have a friend who is a surfer. He was able to identify cloud formations and make reasonable predictions from them. It makes a lot of sense considering he would be on a board in the ocean most of his weekend and had to plan when to be in and out of the water according to the weather.
Oh yeah that would be a nice skill to have.
I'm considering trying to teach myself about that kind of stuff eventually, When I can be bothered.