FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. _ Will there be a cloud over George W. Bush's inauguration on Saturday?
If so, it wouldn't be that surprising. It has been overcast, rainy or snowing on 12 previous inauguration days, when Republicans were sworn in _ including Jan. 20, 1989, when Bush's father put his hand on the Bible.
Democrats, by comparison, have been sworn in nine times on bad weather days, the last one being in 1965 when Lyndon B. Johnson was inaugurated. It was gray and 38 degrees, with an inch of snow on the ground.
In light of Bush's installation, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has drummed up such observations and posted them on …