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Can anyone explain these to me, please?For example, a day is forecast to have a 40% chance of rain. Then each individual hour has its own percentage chance of rain.And sometimes a day will be forecast to be wet, with said 40 per cent chance of rain, but I don't understand how that means it is more likely to rain than not?If someone could explain in simple terms I would be most grateful.
Sorry marrian, didn't see this. Can I ask where you are getting your forecasts from? It will help me explain a bit more.
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