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A beautiful woman can change a rather mundane weather prediction into a fascinating topic. Even when the forecast is for rain or depressing conditions, an attractive meteorologist can make the prediction look like a sunny day. Scientists are now equipped with sophisticated measuring devices and instruments that feed data into a supercomputer for analysis. A computer model is created using current atmospheric conditions and physics equations that predict how the weather changes over time. Short-term forecasting depends on precipitation, temperature, clouds, wind, and pressure.