For Midwestern people like me no component of this local newscast is as expected as the weather prediction, but it usually ends up being the very unsatisfying segment too. Though they always greet us with smiling faces, rarely do the meteorologists provide us light temperatures with clear skies.
Rather than those grinning weather specialists, the prediction would be more palatable when the information channels selected music to represent the weather conditions. There are a large number of tunes that represent different kinds of climates, for example"Mr. Blue Sky" from the Electric Light Orchestra for its gorgeous days which are so uncommon in the Midwest.
Listed below are just ten other popular tunes that could be utilized to symbolize the weather predictions.
Stormy from the Classics IV
Its amazing melody belies the adjective that functions as the name, definitely the most recognizable in the pop group's catalogue.
Back in 1966 that this struck was omnipresent, and amid this tumultuous period its message of joy and gratitude was probably most welcome.
Among the several gems from the self-titled debut record, this monster struck describes a woman but may very well work for a January weather prediction.
Heat Wave from Martha and the Van Dells
Passion is the reason for the rising temperature within this doo-wop song, which may also be the title of a mid-August fad from the air.
Most probably, this soda standard would be utilized to get a morning version of this local news.
Windy from the Association
This strike may suffice to get a breezy day, yet it might also give you a craving for a double cheeseburger and a thick chocolate shake.
Rain From The Beatles
John Lennon penned this strike around the time of Revolver, just to see it carried on the compilation record named Hey Jude.
Snow from the Red Hot Chili Peppers
The alternative rockers scored a hit with this particular trail from Stadium Arcadium.
White Out Requirements by the New Pornographers
A.C. Newman and Neko Case discuss the vocals with this particular title track from the indie band's Most Up-to-date record