Why are weather forecasts wrong?

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May 20, 2017

Weather forecasts are sometimes wrong because weather is so unpredictable. It doesn't always work out the way we think it will. For instance, there could be a 90% chance that it will rain tomorrow, but that also means there's a 10% chance there won't be rain tomorrow. Clouds fade away over time, so a rainstorm is very likely, but it, along with any other weather, can never be 100% guaranteed to happen.