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How to predict the weather by observing a coffee with milk

How to predict the weather by observing a coffee with milk

How to predict the weather by observing a coffee with milk

The title of this article, “How to predict the weather by observing a coffee with milk”, it could be the name of a new posthumous publication of the Millennium series by Stieg Larsson. But nothing further. Apart from “the vast extension” of the statement, it has little to do with the novels of the Swedish fiction writer.

Actually, it sounds a tall tale that anyone can predict the time watching the behavior of coffee with milk, or chocolate milk, while the liquid turns into cup after receiving the typical toss with a teaspoon is all a matter of knowing interpret.

To make your own weather forecasts each morning while having a breakfast, you just have to give turns to coffee or cocoa diluted in milk, as usual, and instead of dropping eyelids overcome by sleepiness attack turning produce bubbles inside the cup, look closely and see how they react. There are three different behaviors with 3 different consequences, meteorologically speaking:

1. If latte bubbles move rapidly towards the walls of the cup, expect a clear day.

2. If they move into the walls of the cup, but do it slowly, the day will be cloudy.

3. And finally, if bubbles remain in the center of the cup, it is more than likely that it will rain that day.

I am aware that the relationship between weather forecasting and the breakfast just set, you may be looking at it as at a superlative hoax, but it’s actually based on scientific grounds. The explanation has to do with the fact that a situation of high or low pressure (the first would be responsible for the proper time, and the second of instability) causes the bubbles that appear when you stir your coffee.

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