Daily Riddle: Find out the Connection between Weather Forecasters, Their Suits and Weather
Today's #Riddleoftheday allows you to think long and hard about three confusing aspects concerning weather forecasters. Below are the hidden meanings behind the forecasts.
The brain teaser is to find out the connection between weather forecasters with their outfits, including suits and the weather. Unfortunately, the only hints given are ties.
There are five individuals in this riddle, and they each wore different suits, including women. So what you need to figure out is the color of their suits.
The forecasters are getting ready for a weekend forecast. Each forecaster is predicting different weather and is choosing a suit and a tie of varying color combinations.
The three men out of the five are John, Matt, and Tim, and the only two women are Karen and Sarah. With the hints provided above, can you determine the color of the suit, the color and pattern of the tie, and the weather prediction of each forecaster?
The forecaster dressed up in a black suit did not predict snow or rain.
Many viewers called into the station to comment on the whimsically printed tan tie and brown suit combination.
The five forecasters were: Matt, the woman who predicted the high winds, the person wearing a black suit, the man with a striped tie, and the woman in an olive suit.
They chose a solid white tie to represent the snowy forecast on that day.
John's wife hated his orange-colored tie.
Sarah had on a teal-colored tie that was not floral.
Tim, on the other hand, predicted the sun and did not wear brown or black.
The man who predicted rain did not wear a striped tie.
A man wore a blue suit.
Do you now have an idea of what the connection may be between the listed clues above? If not, scroll downwards for the answers to the hidden meanings.
John, black suit, orange floral tie, foggy
Tim, blue suit, striped pink tie, sunny
Sarah, gray suit, dotted teal tie, windy
Matt, brown suit, whimsical tan tie, rainy
Karen, olive suit, solid white tie, snowy
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