"Pronósticos/Forecasts", it is a body of work with which I seek to safeguard a visual memory of how I observe the atmosphere at different times of the day for the months that make up the hurricane season in Puerto Rico, from May to November 2021. During this so-called season, for many years, the Puerto Rican community, as well as our sister islands in the Caribbean, have been on the lookout for any change or development of weather systems. There is a collective sense of concern about the post-traumatic stress of recent hurricanes and the need to predict what might happen in the future, which leads us to be continually on the lookout. But are we really? What do we use to know the state of the weather? Are we observing? The accessibility of tracking systems for climatological issues has made us trust and rely almost entirely on these forecasts, which have been developed, to a large extent as a form of understanding / control / dominion over nature and in search of an eventual good for the human being. On the other hand, the immediate experience of observing has taken a back seat. We move further away from our senses and therefore from the reception of the natural world. In this works, I ironize with language and the image the possibility of imagining or describing the states of the weather for any given day based on hundreds of documentary images of the atmosphere collected over the past months from Puerto Rico.