The Campaign For DA

1.12.2015

I'm No Weatherman




But doesn't a cold front come in from the North? So how is Decatur in full cloud cover right now when the front has moved through Arlington causing, oddly, a clear sky.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Read it again. The key word is PUSHED. The cold front PUSHED the cloud cover South. Hence, north to south.

Anonymous said...

Fronts don't always come from due north. They can come from west to east, and can push down in straight or not-so-straight lines.

Anonymous said...

That's just Jerry's retractable cloud cover.

Anonymous said...

Barry, I think you are looking north at the front of the front as it passes through Arlington, which is to your southeast. Thus, areas through which the front has passed would already be cloud covered.

DF Harold Taft

Anonymous said...

I think Barry's point was that how can the cold front have already "pushed" the clouds over Arlington away, but it front has not pushed the clouds in Decatur away...given that cold fronts move north to south and Decatur is north of Arlington.

At least that's what I think he was saying.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Simple, god hates Decatur. Not too fond of the rest or Wise County either.

Anonymous said...

Cold fronts don't necessarily come from due north. In half of the world a cold front comes from the south. And many times, while the main mass of colder moves in, clouds and other directions of air flow can happen at various layers of the atmosphere.

Anonymous said...

12:13 PM

He hates people who cant spell worth a shit, either.

Anonymous said...


You probly shoulda just left it at "I'm no wearherman"


Oh, in case you haven't heard: you don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.