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Weather Man

Logic puzzles require you to think. You will have to be logical in your reasoning.

 

Puzzle ID:#3747
Fun:*** (2.82)
Difficulty:** (1.39)
Category:Logic
Submitted By:magisastar***
Corrected By:boodler

 

 

 



John was watching television. Just after the midnight news there was a weather forecast: "It is raining now and will rain for the next two days. However, in 72 hours it will be bright and sunny."

"Wrong again," snorted John. He was correct, but how did he know?




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Comments

mad-adeAhu*
Apr 30, 2002

clever, completely failed to take in to account the midnight part when trying to work it out. well done
(user deleted)
May 03, 2002

very good!
setzerknight
May 05, 2002

nice, but easy!
einat16Ail
May 07, 2002

not easy, but nice!
piffle*
May 08, 2002

great job, i tried to take into account the midnight part, but i couldn't take the time to figure it out. very clever.
bumblecon
May 11, 2002

this was an extremly easy one, that didnt fool ne of my mates either
dumbass
May 12, 2002

fooled me, i was thinking that, because it was midnight, there would be an extra day involved or something.
SandPman
May 12, 2002

The answer should be obvious but it caught me out - good one!
O_wise_one*
May 21, 2002

that was too easy, but I enjoyed it.
§*Chrissy*§
May 28, 2002

that's a REALLY easy one....
jimmh22
May 28, 2002

nice one, however on the north or south pole, there is 6 months on and 6 months off of alternating sunlight. therefore,
your solution to the teaser would only apply in the other regions of the planet.
missie
Jun 25, 2002

Does John drink a lot of caffeine?
sk8babe
Jul 17, 2002

oooooooo, i just thought that mayb it wasn't raining then -- meaning it would be wrong!!! =ŽO
SunroseAus*
Sep 19, 2005

Great Job. I enjoyed this one. Well written, Fun and easy, Nice Job



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