Weather forecasting is the application of science to predict the state of the Earth’s atmosphere for any given location. Mankind has attempted to predict the weather for millennia. Give or take, mankind has normally been successful in weather prediction, often predicting the weather over a five-to-seven day projected forecast.
In 1989, Dr. Ian Malcolm mentioned on the jet ride to Costa Rica to the inspection group about weather prediction, and how it may not always be correct. Giving an example, if someone launched two projectile in a certain altitude, and have it land in nearly the exact same place, the two would land in nearly the exact same spot. But, if someone had two almost exact temperatures, humidity and weather statistics, the two would react very differently from the first.