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```import random
degrees_f = random.randint(60, 110)
wind_speed = round(random.uniform(5.0, 30.0), 1)

print(degrees_f)
print(wind_speed)
#If and else for temp in F degrees
if degrees_f >= 60 and degrees_f <= 70:
temp_broadcast = "It might be a little cold today, you might want to put on some coat"
if degrees_f >= 71 and degrees_f <= 86:
temp_broadcast = "It looks like today might be a good day for a walk in the park"
if degrees_f >= 87 and degrees_f <= 110:
temp_broadcast = "Ummm, today is a hot day, perfect temperature to go to the beach"
#If and else for wind speed
if wind_speed >= 5.0 and wind_speed <= 10.0:
wind_broadcast = "Wind low, current wind speed is {} miles per hour".format(wind_speed)
if wind_speed >= 11.0 and wind_speed <= 20.0:
wind_broadcast = "Wind medium, current wind speed is {} miles per hour".format(wind_speed)
if wind_speed >= 21.0 and wind_speed <= 30.0:
wind_broadcast = "Wind high, current wind speed is {} miles per hour".format(wind_speed)

```

So what I am trying to do is get a random int for "degrees_f" and a round float for "wind_speed". Then I have assigned some if statements for each number, for example, this:

```if degrees_f >= 60 and degrees_f <= 70:
temp_broadcast = "It might be a little cold today, you might want to put on some coat"
```

or this:

```if wind_speed >= 21.0 and wind_speed <= 30.0:
wind_broadcast = "Wind high, current wind speed is {} miles per hour".format(wind_speed)
```

But the problem that I am having is that sometimes It would generate random numbers but it would not put out the assigned messages. If you look at the top you would see that I have this code there so I can see what random numbers have been generated:

```print(degrees_f)
print(wind_speed)
```

So here is an example how this works, if "degrees_f" generated the number 72, so if you look at my if statements that means that it should put out this message, "It looks like today might be a good day for a walk in the park", but sometimes it does not and I'm not sure why.

Sorry for the confusing, I'm pretty new to Python and I don't even know how to explain the problem that I'm having. If you did not understand what is my problem, please code the first code that I have posted and try it out and you will see that sometimes it would not prompt the assigned message.

Here is a picture of how sometimes it does not put out the assigned message:

Hopefully somebody can help me with this problem, thanks !

your windspeed is not an integer so it will fall out at 10.5 and 20.1.

```if wind_speed >= 5.0 and wind_speed <= 10.0:
if wind_speed >= 11.0 and wind_speed <= 20.0:
if wind_speed >= 21.0 and wind_speed <= 30.0:
```

any values between 10 and 11 as well as any values between 20 and 21 will not meet the criteria. for any of your wind speed.

1. either convert wind_speed to integer or
2. try new logic
```    if wind_speed >= 5.0 and wind_speed <= 10.0:
if wind_speed > 10.0 and wind_speed <= 20.0:
if wind_speed > 20.0 and wind_speed <= 30.0:
```