In researching this project I was amazed to find the many books on this topic.After going through much information and reading an enormous amount of writing on weather forecasting i can only come to one conclusion that when all is considered the be,st forecasters can only give an educated guess of what is in store for weather. Through the many means at their disposal, such as satelites, ships, at the oceans, infrared, radio, and radar transmissions even with all of these techniques no prediction is 100% accurate.
One question that i asked my self was when was the first weather forecasting ever done, I found out that in 1863 in Britain their was a united forecasting system headed by captain Fitzroy would send ships around britain to warn people of storms and such. However, he was often wrong and therefore commited sucide. Since then there have been many other services, but the largest on currently is the national weather service. The national weather service gives predictions for all the world through satelite imagery for all countries. Also in recent history many local television and radio stations have been made private forecasts for small areas meteorologists are people who interpret the weather, through all forecaster have the same information and data at their fingertips, the way that they interpret what is in front of them can be different , meterologists receive information from various sources, but their interpretation of the data determine the accuracy of their prediction on a particular area; how could they predict a flawed that any one of a number of weather conditions may ruin a forecast. A fast cold or hot front moving in an unexpected flow from the ocean or a cold wind may change the whole days.