From 30 March 1998 through 3 April 1998, I forecasted the weather for the city of Flint, MI. I analyzed maps, charts, radar summaries, etc. on each of those days to come up with a logical forecast for the following day. You can view these forecasts, as well as how accurate they turned out to be, by following the links below.
From 31 March thorugh 4 April, I spent the afternoons analyzing the actual weather conditions as they developed, to see how accurate my forecast was compared to weather events unfolding. This allowed me to check my predictions for wind speed and direction at noon. Click here to view the site from which those data were obtained every afternoon.
From 1 April through 5 April, I gathered the weather summary from the previous day, to see how accurate my forecast was in terms of temperature, precipitation, etc. These data were gathered from http://asp1.sbs.ohio-state.edu/text/wxascii/climate/climinfo02.KFNT.
The afternoon data and the daily summaries can all be viewed in the weather log for each day, a link to which is located at the end of each day's page. Links to those pages can be found below.
And here is how the nation looked on Sunday, after the last day of the project:
To view the events that transpired in between (as well as my predictions about those events), view each day from the list below: