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Sorry for the non-metric units on most weather services, but now we are getting there! The United States is now the ONLY country in the world which does not use metric units exclusively. Please write to the National Weather Service urging them to get with it and use metric units so that we can have easy international understanding, at least in the realm of weather. For my fellow Americans who feel that by going metric they are giving up something valuable, think of it this way: we give up a cumbersome system and make an easy adjustment to metric units, and the rest of the world accepts English as the international language of science, business, diplomacy, entertainment, and everything else. Pretty favorable deal from our point of view, I must say!

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