Expect a bright and Sunny Day

Since the Met Department predicted rain, and superstitions cannot be wrong. As a commenter mentioned in my earlier post, with the current chief minister, we should have deficit rainfall not an early monsoon. Superstitions and beliefs like this which affect voting patterns are not formed over night, and don’t change overnight either. Something has to be wrong.

Today’s paper had the answer. The Met Department predicted three days of rainfall for the city. As is the case with the Madras Met Department, they will always get it wrong. Everytime they predict rains, it will never rain. I remember the cyclone warnings they issue, asking people to expect heavy rain. The next day will usually be a bright and sunny day, with temperatures touching mid 30s as usual.

The superstition still holds, and the met department too has predicted a bright and sunny day. Today will be a bright and sunny day. Thankfully it will be a bright and sunny day. I don’t like rainy days. I cant drive my motorcycle without getting my trousers and jeans dirty.

4 Comments so far

  1. why (unregistered) on June 22nd, 2007 @ 11:01 am

    “I don’t like rainy days.” Where do u think you are living at cherapunji or u.k. or what?


  2. Navneeth (unregistered) on June 22nd, 2007 @ 11:34 am

    It’s 25degs in the middle of the day! What else do you want?

    Rain: Bring it on!


  3. Thad E. Ginathom (unregistered) on June 24th, 2007 @ 3:18 pm

    Good grief… where do you think the water to wash those jeans comes from?

    Maybe you forgot the smilie. maybe that was a joke….


  4. beachsundal (unregistered) on June 25th, 2007 @ 12:09 pm

    I guess the met dept. predicted rains for Andhra Pradesh but misquoted it for TN ;-)



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