The weather forecast informs me that today's high temperature will be 49°. It also informs me that tomorrow's low temperature will be 58°. I'm so excited! I'm going to stay up until midnight tonight just to see what it's like when, contrary to all known laws of thermodynamics, the ambient external temperature instantaneously jumps 9°! It's going to be amazing!*
* Seriously though, am I missing something? These forecasts are generated by computer models, yes? Speaking as a geek, it would be trivial, easy as kiss-my-hand,** to add some validation logic to ensure that the model doesn't generate physically impossible forecasts. Hmm, seems like somebody's asleep at the code editor.
** What the heck is that expression about? (Well, I suppose kissing one's hand is easier than kissing other parts of one's person.)