1 00:00:05,940 --> 00:00:10,950 What do you see on the weather graph, Tyler? Not, yeah Tyler. 2 00:00:13,470 --> 00:00:17,280 The windy is the biggest isn't it? It's got the longest line of 3 00:00:17,280 --> 00:00:20,460 pictures you can tell. You can tell just by looking, let's 4 00:00:20,460 --> 00:00:21,390 count the windys. 5 00:00:21,000 --> 00:00:34,080 10 windy days in November so far. It's Reed's turn to talk, 6 00:00:34,110 --> 00:00:37,710 let's be polite listeners please. Reed had his hand up 7 00:00:37,710 --> 00:00:46,170 let's listen to Reed now. Snowy and warm are equally you could 8 00:00:46,170 --> 00:00:50,370 tell just by looking couldn't you, Reed? One, two, one two. 9 00:00:51,000 --> 00:00:54,270 Two is equal to two. What else do you see, Kaylee? 10 00:01:08,460 --> 00:01:08,970 Rainy. 11 00:01:09,090 --> 00:01:12,900 By rain is by itself that's what, follow my finger and see 12 00:01:12,900 --> 00:01:17,040 if it's equal to anything else? It's not equal to anything else, 13 00:01:17,040 --> 00:01:19,950 is it? You're right, Kaylee, hits all by itself? Rainy. 14 00:01:20,640 --> 00:01:21,210 Grace? 15 00:01:21,000 --> 00:01:31,590 Is sunny not equal anything? You're right. It's all by 16 00:01:31,590 --> 00:01:35,220 itself, isn't it? You can tell just by looking. Avery, did you 17 00:01:35,220 --> 00:01:39,870 have something you wanted to say? What about the chilly? 18 00:01:42,060 --> 00:01:44,460 There's only four. It's not equal to any other weather, is 19 00:01:44,460 --> 00:01:46,770 it? All right. Thank you friends.