As far as newspapers are concerned, the USA Today’s weather section is probably one of the best, not necessarily because of the forecasting or weather graphs and charts, but because of the various tidbits of information that weather enthusiasts like myself really enjoy. Well, yesterday, when I opened turned to the back page of Section A, which is where weather is always found at, I noticed that the weather event for the day was how parts of the country are experiencing much cooler than normal temperatures. Here’s a snapshot of what the page looked like.
As you can see, Brainerd, Minnesota was mentioned as one of the spots experiencing spring-like temperatures on the first full day of summer. I was pretty surprised that Brainerd, out of all the places experiencing cooler than average temperatures, was chosen to be on that part. I guess the Weather Channel, the one who is quoted as providing the information, must have looked at forecasted highs for Monday and compared them with the average. The 3 cities with the biggest dissonance between these two temperatures must have been the ones shown. I thought it was interesting, anyway.