posted on Feb, 16 2017 @ 07:54 PM
Weather is very unpredictable.
We've all gotten our wardrobe mixed up due to false weather predictions.
You dress all skimpy, and it starts storming and hailing, as if Thor ate Thai takeaways the night before.
But should you be able to sue the weather forecast, if they get it wrong?
I mean, they are making predictions without disclaimers.
Or is the disclaimer just implied, and any rational person should know it's not dependable.
Perhaps with astrology columns, but this claims to be science?
Well I agree with this lady who sued a weather center for getting it wrong.
They predicted sunshine, but then it rained and she got sick.
She dressed for their prediction, and they told her wrong.
Yes, they do owe her compensation!
edit on 16-2-2017 by halfoldman because: (no reason given)