Weather in Paradise

What often makes the weatherman's job so tough is the same thing that assures him of having a job—the changeability and uncertainty of weather conditions. Our TV weatherman confided once, with tongue in cheek, that when seven of ten people on the staff thought it would probably rain, he felt confident in predicting, on the evening news, a 70 percent chance of rain!

Despite increasing accuracy in prediction, many view weather for what it so often becomes—a matter of probability. When weather tends to be harsh—too hot or too cold, too wet or too dry—Paradise may seem about the only place where a permanently ideal and steady atmosphere can be found.

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