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  1. Ritchey
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    correct tense/use of forecast

    Please advise which is correct:
    A storm is forecast.
    A storm is forecasted.

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    Smile Re: correct tense/use of forecast

    Quote Originally Posted by Ritchey View Post
    Please advise which is correct:
    A storm is forecast. This would be the better choice.
    A storm is forecasted.

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    Re: correct tense/use of forecast

    Yes, cast is the same in both present and preterite, though you sometimes here the other.

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