Most people rely on the forecast, especially when it comes from a reputable weather person on the television for the radio. I’ve been getting my weather report from a Denver television station for the past 15 years. There are several different Denver television stations that have news and weather, but I prefer the ABC station. The weatherman has been reporting for 10 years and the guy is almost always on the money. Last weekend, the weatherman was wrong, wrong, bro. He could not have been more incorrect in the worst time. My friends and I decided to go camping in the upper elevations of Denver. There was no rain or cold temperatures in the forecast. My friends and I were prepared with extra sleeping bags and a battery operated heater. One time we were stuck in the woods without any heat and it was a very cold night. Since then, I’ve always packed the battery operated heater. Cold air was not our problem that night. Shortly after we finished dinner, drops of rain started to sizzle on the rocks outside of our fire pit. The rain started out slowly and then it began to pour. Our tent was soaked with rain and there was water on the floor. It was wet and cold and I spent the night shivering. I couldn’t use the heater, because the entire floor was wet. I was worried we might get electrocuted. I trusted the weather forecaster that night and he let me down, but I wasn’t the only person surprised by the strange storm and freak weather occurrence.