#1
Anyone know how the National Weather Service predicts cold fronts?? ive been looking forever, i just cant find it.

And no, i wont rub icyhot on it, so please dont try that.
#2
i dont know if they really predict it...first its over there, then it comes here..that pretty much of they do it here
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#3
Q8. Is there somewhere I can purchase weather equipment to make my own weather observations?

A8. Entering "weather equipment" into an Internet search engine should yield many companies that sell thermometers, anemometers, rain gauges and much more.

Holy useless FAQ.

Anyways, I found a potentially helpful website, depending on how much you already know.
http://ww2010.atmos.uiuc.edu/(Gl)/guides/mtr/af/frnts/cfrnt/def.rxml

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#4
rub some icy hot on it
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