I've lived in Bim for 20 years and have never seen anything this accurate!
Was going to book in the Gap for a week - used your online tool and it told me I should wait. It was right! Dead-on accurate.
Told me to stay off the links for a day when the local forecasts predicted sun. Sure enough, it rained all day. Uncannily correct!
I can choose a beach and be certain whether I'm going to have sun or not. Invaluable!
An important tool for planning outdoor meetings and events.
I can be travlin' anywhere in de world and check de weather pun de Rock to see if I need an umbrella -ella -ella.
Obviously, we can't divulge all the details without revealing trade secrets. WENCAB's forecasting model is patented (US patent #31415926535, others pending) and is the result of decades of development. But the concept is actually based on a very simple principle.
Think back to your basic science class in school. You'll surely remember that two opposing air masses meeting in a subductal plane can produce interosity, right?
WENCAB simply samples both these masses (via the two tubes shown at top right) and compares their specific pericosities as displayed in the globacle chamber (shown at lower right). Our proprietary algorithm then extirpates this data over four dimensions. Quite simple in concept, difficult in execution.
Basically, the only new principle involved is that instead of the forecast being generated by the relaxive motion of conductors and fluxes, it is produced by the modial interactions of magneto-reluctance and capacitive directance.
For the weather geeks among you, here's a little bit of technical background about how WENCAB works that we're sure you'll appreciate!
The BAM team built upon the pioneering work of renowned climatologist Dr. Nils Boor, especially his groundbreaking study of cumulonimbular eluction flows. After BAM's own Dr. George Kaplan realized that intersecting fluxations hovering over a coral island could be predicted by calculating the fluid's grammeters and contrasting them with an isopolar derivation of Spurving's coefficient, the team took the first primitive steps to create the WENCAB. Meteorological engineers will appreciate the difficulty of nubbing together a regurgitative purwell and a superaminative wennel-housing. Indeed, this proved to be a stumbling block to further development until, in 2011, it was found that the use of anhydrous nagling pins enabled a kyptonastic boiling farnum to be tankered.
The operating point is maintained as near as possible to the HF rem peak by constantly fromaging the bituminous spandrels. This is a distinct advance on the standard nivelsheave in that no drammock oil is required after the phase detractors have remissed.
Undoubtedly, the Weather Encabulator has now reached a very high level of technical development. It has been successfully used for operating nofer trunnions. In addition, whenever a barescent skor motion is required, it may be employed in conjunction with a drawn reciprocating dingle arm to reduce sinusoidal depleneration.