I actually DO!
If they say it is going to be 10°, I will put more on than if they say it is going to be say 15°.
I do follow the weather forecasts, like today - they said it would rain heavily so I will take the short walk when I walk my dogs as they said it would rain!!
Then again, I don't enjoy my daily walk, so am happy to make it short.
The weather bureau are sometimes still wrong, but mostly quite right, so I do tend to follow what they say.
I get a notice each morning and evening on my i phone telling me about the weather, but dont think that was something I intentionally set up.
Yes I do. In hot/warm weather I wear: Dress & Sketchers, when I leave the house. In cooler weather? Same, but with black mostly black everything else: Marino leggings, long sleeve marino tops, cotton cardigan, short jacket. Staying home, in warm/hot weather, long cotton dress. In cooler/cold weather: Track slacks & tops, & sloppy Ugg boots!
Firstly.... I simply adore the Stone Forecast in your photo! It is far more accurate than any report I hear on the news!!
I never dress according to the weather forecast, as living here in Nth Qld, the weather is always so predictable: mild through most of the year, then hot through summer! When I lived in Victoria, I did take more note of what the forecast was, and I would dress fairly accordingly. I must say that though I do miss my glorious winter coats and suchlike, I far prefer the ease of dressing for the warmer climate here where I have been for over 35 years now!! The forecasts just do not matter to me any more apart to warn of major storms and floods!
Oh yes, I usually do. If it is supposed to be cold or to rain, I will dress appropriately, and bring a rain coat. If it is supposed to be nice weather, and lovely and warm, I will dress according to that . I can't understand people who wear jumpers on a predicted 30C day, but you do see them out there !!! The predictions are fairly accurate
I check the forecast and tend to dress accordingly. Sometimes the weather in my back yard is different from the forecast and then I will dress to suit. If I am going out and rain is predicted I take an umbrella and if heavy rain is expected I'll put on my parka as I don't have a car. I'll wear a hat when it's going to be hot.
I don't take any notice of the forecasts as they aren't always right. I've an umbrella, a golf umbrella and a shawl in my boot in case I'm in need of them when out and about. However when young mum taught us to look at the sky for answers on what the weather may be for the day so I tend to do that as soon as I open my front dood to let the cat out.