More proof meteorologists have no real way to predict the weather. What is the difference between “possible” and “likely” weather.com?

More proof meteorologists have no real way to predict the weather. What is the difference between “possible” and “likely” weather.com?

  1. thinkingupblognamesishard said: Really? You don’t know the difference between something being possible and something being likely? OK… it’s possible to win the lottery, but is it likely for any given person?
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  3. fuckyeahsquidvicious said: No such thing as proof in science. delete yourself
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  6. whoaskedforthis said: The dictionary can help you with definitions of words.
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  11. dimlydaily said: This shows how electric engineers have no real way to predict the level of damage done to the power grid by a hurricane. Never blame the weatherman.
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  14. noahkalina said: likely is more possible
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