Our low predicted tonight ( temperature without wind chill ) is -23F. It is -12F now.
I am always amused by NOAA NWS (which is the source I choose for weather info) when they predict “breezy”. 25-30 mph is a wind to me, not a “breeze”.
My favorite weather experience was when, years ago, I was listening to the radio and the Emergency Broadcast System broke in with the usual honking, and announced that there was a tsunami warning. Being in Colorado, I had a quick think about it and decided that if there really was a tsunami on the way , that I probably would have heard about it, since the water would have already crossed over California,through Nevada and Utah and gone over the Sierra Nevada range, as well as the Rocky mountains.
Since that seemed rather unlikely I thought about the possibility of a tsunami coming from the Gulf of Mexico and discarded that possibility rather quickly as well.
It did make me think about geography though. Of course they did come back on the air to announce their mistake, bless their hearts. By that time I had decided that if they were serious, there was absolutely nothing I could do about it anyway.