The answer to that is 100%, yes!
The clock has a barometric air pressure sensor at its core that continually measures the atmospheric air pressure throughout the day.
Even inside a relatively air-tight home the air pressure changes are sufficient for your clock to forecast from as you will see.
By monitoring the air pressure, the clock can tell whether it is rising or falling in relative terms over time – an important aspect of weather forecasting. (See the following section for further details.)
Very simply, if the clock notices the air pressure is rising then it will forecast sunnier weather. Conversely, if air pressure falls then the clock will forecast rain. The faster the rate of change, the more extreme the swing in either direction.
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