Moscow Man Can't Wait For Summer Weather
DAVID GREENE, HOST:
Good morning. I'm David Greene with news of a lot of flawed forecasts.
Last week we told you how Punxsutawney Phil is getting flak for predicting an early spring. Well, as winter grinds on in much of the world, a man in Moscow has his own grudge. He was picketing Moscow's Hydrometeorological Center, wearing swimming trunks and holding a sign that read: Let Summer Come Faster. Russian forecasters now predict that everything will thaw fast, adding: We're meeting him halfway.
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